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פילוסופיה הודית, בודהיזם הודי, פילוסופיה של הדת, פילוסופיה השוואתית, פילוסופיה וספרות

תחומי עניין
הינדואיזם, בודהיזם, דת השוואתית, פילוסופיה של הפסיכולוגיה, פילוסופיה וספרות,

 קובץ מצורף

פרסומים


Books

1.  Philosophy West, Philosophy East (with B.A. Scharfstein - General Editor)                                    
I.   Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1978                                                                                               
II.  Oxford University Press, New York, 1979                                                                               
III. Yachdav, United Publishers Co., Tel Aviv, 1978 (Hebrew)                                                         


2. Indian Philosophy, Tel Aviv, Broadcasted University, 1980 (Hebrew)                                                

3. Early Buddhism, Tel Aviv, Broadcasted University, 1995 (Hebrew)                                            


4. Knowledge and Scripture: An Essay in Religious Epistemology Numen Series), E.J. Brill, Leiden, 1995


5.  Philosophical Journeys: India and the West, Tel Aviv, Series: Culture, Politics, Society, Yediot Sefarim, 2003 (Hebrew)


6.  Crossing Horizons: World, Self, and Language in Indian and Western Thought, Columbia University Press, New York, 2008

7.  Buddhist Philosophy in India, Forthcoming, Tel Aviv, 2010 (Hebrew)


 

In Preparation:

- Truth and Life: A Comparative Study

 

Books - editing

8. Rationality in Question (with B.A. Scharfstein), [Philosophy and Religion - A Comparative Yearbook, Vol. I], Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1989.

9. Interpretation in Religion (with B.A. Scharfstein), [Philosophy and Religion - A Comparative Yearbook, Vol. II], Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1992.

10. Myths and Fictions: Their Place in Philosophy and Religion (with B.A. Scharfstein), [Philosophy and Religion - A Comparative Yearbook, Vol. III], Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1993.

11. Relativism and Beyond (with Y. Ariel and O. Rotem) [Philosophy and Religion - A Comparative Yearbook, Vol. IV], Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1998.

12. The Blind Spot (with R. Lazar), Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibutz Ha-Meuhad, 2005 [Hebrew].

13. Desire (with R. Lazar), Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibutz Ha-Meuhad, October 2007 [Hebrew].

14. Katz, S.T. (General ed.), Biderman, S., Greenberg, G. (eds.), Wrestling with God: Jewish Theological Responses during and After the Holocaust, New York, Oxford University Press, 2007, pp. 205-216.

 

Refereed articles

15. Biderman, Shlomo & Kasher, Asa, "Spinoza's Excommunication", in: Special Colloquium in Memory of Baruch de Spinoza, February 21, 1977, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, 1977, pp. 31-58. (Hebrew).

16. Biderman, Shlomo, "Śankara and the Buddhists", in: Journal of Indian Philosophy, Vol. 6, 1978, pp. 1-9.

17. Kasher, Asa & Biderman, Shlomo, "When Was Spinoza Banned?", in: Studia Rosenthaliana, Vol. XII, 1978, pp. 108-110.

18. Biderman, Shlomo & Kasher, Asa, "Judaism and Fundamentalism - The Case of Jacob Emden", in: Da'at, Vol. 2, 1980, pp. 25-38 (Hebrew).

19. Biderman, Shlomo, "Philosophical Implications of the Religious Language of the Mimamsa School", in: Religion and Language, (M. Halamish, ed.), University Publishing Projects Ltd., Tel Aviv, 1981, pp. 63-72 (Hebrew).

20. Biderman, Shlomo, "Religion without God in Indian Philosophy", in: Religious Atheism?, (L. Apostel, ed.), E. Story-Scientia, Gent/Belgium, 1981, pp. 125-132.

21. Biderman, Shlomo, "Imperatives and Religion in India", in: Religious Traditions, Vol. 4, 1981, pp. 59-70.

22. Biderman, Shlomo, "The Sceptic's Dilemma - An Indian Version", in: Journal of Indian Philosophy, Vol. 9, 1981, pp. 29-39.

23. Biderman, Shlomo, "A ‘Constitutive' God: An Indian Suggestion", in: Philosophy East and West, Vol. 32, 1982, pp. 425-438.

24. Biderman, Shlomo, "God and Prayer", in: God - Contemporary Discussions, (F. Sontag, ed.), New York, Paragon Press, 1982, pp. 333-344.

25a. Kasher, Asa & Biderman, Shlomo, "Why Was Spinoza Really Excommunicated?", in: Zemanim, Vol. 4 (13), 1983, pp. 40-53 (Hebrew).

25b. Kasher, Asa & Biderman, Shlomo, "Por que, en verdad, fue excumulgado Baruj de Spinoza?", Dialogo, Vol. 16, 1985, pp. 16-27 (in Spanish).

25c. Kasher, Asa & Biderman, Shlomo, "Por que foi realmente excomungado Baruch de Espinoza?", (abridged version), Heranca Judaica, Vol. 67, 1987, pp. 41-49 (in Portuguese).

26. Biderman, Shlomo, "The Status of Religious Language in Indian Philosophy", in: Israeli Philosophy, Papyrus Publishing House, Tel Aviv, 1983, pp. 93-108 (Hebrew).

27. Biderman, Shlomo, "Orthodoxy and Philosophy in India", in: Orthodoxy, Heterodoxy and Dissent in India, (S.N. Eisenstadt, R. Kahana, D. Shulman, eds.), Mouton, Berlin, 1984, pp. 73-84.

28a. Biderman, Shlomo & Kasher, Asa, "Religious Concepts of Punishment and Reward", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. XLIV, 1984, pp. 433-451.

28b. Biderman, Shlomo & Kasher, Asa, "Religious Concepts of Punishment and Reward", Iyun, Vol. 31, 1982, pp. 39-57 (in Hebrew)].

29. Biderman, Shlomo, "God and Authority", in: God in Language, (R.P. Scharlemann, ed.), New York, Paragon Press, 1987, pp. 100-113.

30. Biderman, Shlomo, "Scepticism and Religion: On the Interpretation of Nāgārjuna", in: Indian Philosophy of Religion, (R.W. Perrett, ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1989, pp. 61-74.

31a. Kasher, Asa & Biderman, Shlomo, "Why was Baruch de Spinoza Excommunicated?" [A New Version], in: Sceptics, Millenarians and Jews, (D. Katz & J.I. Israel eds.), Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1990, pp. 98-141.

31b. Kasher, Asa & Biderman, Shlomo, "Why was Baruch de Spinoza Excommunicated?" [A New Version], in: Spinoza: Critical Assessments (Four Volume Set) (G. Lloyd, ed.), London, Routledge, 2001 [Reprinted from31a].

32. Biderman, Shlomo, "Dharma in Hinduism: The Limits of Interpretation" in: Interpretation in Religion (Philosophy and Religion - A Comparative Yearbook, Vol. II), (S. Biderman & B.A. Scharfstein, eds.), Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1992, pp. 111-128.

33. Biderman, Shlomo & Scharfstein, Ben-Ami, "'Is it All Our Fancy'"? in: Myths and Fictions (Philosophy and Religion - A Comparative Yearbook, Vol. III), (S. Biderman & B.A. Scharfstein, eds.), Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1993, pp. 1-15.

34. Biderman, Shlomo "Escaping the Paradox of Scripture: The Mimamsa Solution", in Studies in Mimamsa, (R.C. Dwivedi, ed.), Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, 1993, pp. 54-67.

35. Biderman, Shlomo, "Jewish Ethics as a Bridge of Tensions", in Aspects of Religion  (P. Masefield, ed.), Peter Lang, New York, 1994.

36a. Ariel, Yoav & Biderman, Shlomo, "The Big Sleep", Alpaiim, no. 18, 1999, pp. 222-240 (in Hebrew).

36b. Ariel, Yoav & Biderman, Shlomo "The Big Sleep", in: Relativism and Beyond (Y. Ariel et. al., eds.), Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1998, pp. 197-224.

37.  Biderman, Shlomo, "Mysticism and the Word: Eastern Perspectives", in: Mysticism and Sacred Scripture (S.T. Katz, ed.), Oxford University Press, New York, 2000, pp. 68-86.

38. Biderman, Shlomo, "The Agreement to Argue: Philosophy and Academic Freedom", in: Academic Freedom (N. Cohen & A. Heldrich, eds.), Munich, Herbert Utz Verlag, 2001, 109-122.

39. Biderman, Shai & Biderman, Shlomo, "Love turning into Hate: The Case of Amnon", in: Trials of Love (ed. Orna Ben Naftai & Hannah Naveh), Tel Aviv, Ramot Press, 2005, pp. 415-432 (in Hebrew).

40. Biderman, Shlomo, "What Kafka Lost and Brecht Found", in: Brecht: Philosophy, Life and the Theatre" (G. Kenar, ed,) Assaph Book Series - Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, 2005, pp. 131-144.

41. Biderman, Shlomo, "Being a Victim: Responses to the Holocaust", in: Wrestling with God: Jewish Theological Responses during and After the Holocaust (S.T. Katz, general ed.), New York, Oxford University Press, 2007, pp. 205-216.

42. Lazar, Rina  & Biderman, Shlomo, "Knowledge and Blindness", in: The Blind Spot, Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibutz Ha-Meuhad, 2005, pp. 7-14 (in Hebrew).

43. Lazar, Rina and Biderman, Shlomo: "The Double Life of Desire", in: Desire, Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibutz Ha-Meuhad, 2007 (in Hebrew).

44. Biderman, Shlomo, "Compassion and Beyond", in Shulman D. & Weil, s. (eds.), Karmic Passages: Israeli Scholarship on India, New Delhi, Permanent Black, 2009

 

REVIEWS

[Numerous review articles in journals]


פרסים

 

1972 Research Grant, Tel Aviv University
1973-1974  Scholarship, Tel Aviv University, 
for one-year stay in England
1978 Research Grant, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
1979-1980Research Grant, Israel National Academy for Sciences
Research Grant, The Research Authority, Tel Aviv University
1988-2010Research Grant, The I.M. Meyer Fund for Asian Studies
2003Prize for Excellence in teaching, Tel Aviv University

 

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