La Terre comme projet utopique dans les représentations religieuses et politiques juives

The problematical question of Land has held an important place in the Jewish tradition fronm the beginning. An existential and symbolic stake, permanently underlied by ethical demands, Land is at the heart of the individual and collective, religious and national identity of the Hebrews, then the Jew... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Azria, Régine
Quelle: in Archives de sciences sociales des religions Vol. 36, No. 75 (1991), p. 55-67
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Zusammenfassung: The problematical question of Land has held an important place in the Jewish tradition fronm the beginning. An existential and symbolic stake, permanently underlied by ethical demands, Land is at the heart of the individual and collective, religious and national identity of the Hebrews, then the Jews. This issue is also a major one for diasporic Judaism whose identity consciousness, deprived of a place of concrete roots, emphasizes the spiritual dimension of its link to the land. The "promised land" is becoming a symbolical and substitutive object for all the nostalgia and expectations. Exiled from their land, scattered on the land, the Jews develop an ambivalent relationship towards space which over-values the spiritualized image of the Holy land to the detriment of the concrete reality of the lands of exile. Land still occupies a prominent place in the debates which have mobilized the European Jews since the end of the last century. Various modern Jewish ideologies have emerged from these: zionism but also different territorialist and diasporic trends.
ISSN: 0335-5985

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