Abraham Joshua Heschel

rabbin, philosopho, e activista anti-racista

Iste articulo es del rabbin e philosopho del 20e seculo. Pro altere rabbinos appellate Abraham Joshua Heschel o Avraham Yehoshua Heschel vide le pagina de disambiguation: Avraham Yehoshua Heschel

Abraham Joshua Heschel
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Nascentia 1907-01-11 (Varsovia)
Decesso 1972-12-23 (New York)
Citatania Statos Unite de America, Polonia
Educate in Humboldt University of Berlin[*], Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums[*]
Occupation rabbi, philosopho[*], Judaic scholar[*], professor universitari[*]
Religion judaismo
Infantes Susannah Heschel
Premios Guggenheim Fellowship[*]
Lingua anglese, germano, Lingua yiddish, Lingua hebree
Identificatores
ISNI 0000 0001 0864 3391
VIAF 4931176
Commons Abraham Joshua Heschel
Heschel da le Premio de Judaismo e Pace Mundial a su amico Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1965

Abraham Joshua Heschel (11 de januario 1907 - 23 de decembre 1972) era un rabbin, philosopho, e activista pro derectos civil e contra le Guerra de Vietnam nate in Polonia qui iva al SUA post fugir le nazis. Ille trabalhava pro directos civil con Martin Luther King, Jr., qui appellava Heschel "un del vermente grande homines de su tempore" e "un grande propheta."[1]

Ille era un professor a Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) e in scriptor cuje libros include The Sabbath (Le Sabbato) e The Prophets (Le Prophetas). Ille moriva al etate de 65 in su appartamento in le vicinitate de JTS a 425 Riverside Drive in Manhattan, NYC.[2] Su filia es le scriptor feminista e professor Susannah Heschel.[3][4]

Il ha quatro scholas appellate in su honor, in le Upper West Side de Manhattan; Northridge, California; Agoura Hills, California; e Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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  1. https://kinginstitute.stanford.edu/encyclopedia/heschel-abraham-joshua
  2. https://www.nytimes.com/1972/12/24/archives/rabbi-abraham-joshua-heschel-dead.html New York Times, obituario, 12/24/1972: "Heschel...died early yesterday at his home here at 425 Riverside Drive"
  3. https://www.ushmm.org/antisemitism/podcast/voices-on-antisemitism/susannah-heschel
  4. https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-their-fathers-fought-for-civil-rights-together-they-say-the-struggle-isn-t-done-yet-1.9480456