By Aubrey L. Glazer
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Extra info for A New Physiognomy of Jewish Thinking: Critical Theory After Adorno as Applied to Jewish Thought
But this would be entirely wrong! Never through a mere analysis of the consciousness of a future event would we come upon the meaning of the parousia in its relationship to ourselves. The structure of Christian hope—which in truth is nothing but a “meaning-relationship” towards the parousia—is radically different from all awaiting. Time and seasons (5:1, always mentioned together) present a particular problem for explication. If the “When” were grasped as belonging to an “objective” time that we represent, it would not be understood in its primordial sense.
The other possibility is a further rupture in the temporal-spatial realm, whereby another realm opens from its interiority to reveal the concealed origin which grounds be-ing’s truth. The move beyond Being to original be-ing parallels the movement away from God to the original gods. ” In passing over all the way into and through, this unpossessive owning has no appropriatable content. Whereas the identity of “God” has seen its demise in its overwhelming appropriation and distortion of content, the unpossessive owning of the “last god” begins by being emptied of any such appropriatable content.
19 Any future rubric for Jewish Thinking needs to expand into a renewed dialectical process, not limited by modernist discourse, but transcending and including it. 20 In rehearsing the arguments for the timelessness of concepts 20 New Physiognomy of Jewish Thinking like God, Torah, and Israel within modern Judaism and its theology there resurfaces a familiar limiting of its capacity to think beyond itself. Yet one must question the strength of Gillman’s argument for such timeless categories, especially after J.