Carnal Israel.  About Sex in Talmudic Culture

Carnal Israel. About Sex in Talmudic Culture

Training in Intellect by Syndrome of Attention Deficiencies and Hyperactivity

Training in Intellect by Syndrome of Attention Deficiencies and Hyperactivity

From Dust of the Earth

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.Are women more perfect than men? Three variants of the duality of human understanding. Unproductive compromise and much more in a new book by Pinchas Polonsky. 

Man and Woman in the perspective of the Jewish Bible 

From the authors: "As religious people, we believe that God created the world, the best way for us - and that means that all the problems facing us, we need for our own development. We will try, based on the biblical text and Jewish sources try to understand the meaning and purpose of existence of differences between men and women, to understand what a lesson for us they are. " 

table of contents

1. foreword
1.1. On the meaning and purpose of the existence of differences
1.2. Appeal to the text of the Bible and other sources of Judaism
1.3. Are women more perfect than men?
1.4. The ideological conflict between the "submit " and " uplifting " concepts
1.5. The transition from the "men - centric " to "subject -subject " model of relations
1.6. The creation of man "from the dust of the earth " (but not from Mars or from Venus ... )
1.7. Creating a " dust of the ground " as the potential for advancement
1.8. The existence and importance of contradictions in the Bible text
1.9. Unity through a multiplicity
1.10 . creativity Connection
1.11. The family as a microcosm of
1.12. Romance in marriage
1.13. Reflections of an ideal and a dream
I. A man and a woman in the creation of the world
2 . Men and women at the level of different worlds
2.1. The approach of the Kabbalah : The creation takes place at several levels
2.2. Man and woman at Beria
2.3 . Male and female ( male and female ) as an influence and reception
2.4. Planning and implementation for the creation of man
2.5. World of Yetzirah , between idea and implementation
2.6. A man and woman in the world Yetzirah . The complexity of understanding of another
2.7. " Helper against it"
2.8. A man and a woman as HB
2.9. In the world of Asiya : reducing the Moon
2.10 . Fruit - trees and the ratio of goals and means
2.11 . The Legend of Lilith
2.12 . A man and woman in the world Asiya
2.13 . The existence of time-
2.14 . The Nature and Purpose of Evil
3 . The idea of ​​" dissection " ( nesira )
3.1. From the link " back to back " - a compound of "face to face"
3.2. Three variants of understanding of the duality of man
3.3. "Connecting and sharing ": between a man and a woman , and between man and God
3.4. Two schemes of creating women : from Face or Tails
3.5. Why do we need a tail?
3.6. The responsibility for each other and for the world
3.7. " He closed his flesh, then place" : the gap size and the power of attraction
3.8. Revelation of the world and the problem of understanding
3.9. Other vision dissection as a different perspective on the relationship of peace with God
3.10 . The interaction of personalities and achievement " like God "
4 . Energy spaced
4.1. The various stages of creation continue to exist in the already created world
4.2 . Dissection creates a distance and the desire to overcome
4.3. Sensuality as a process of rapprochement
4.4. The difference between male and female points of view on the connection
4.5. Two views : " bone of my bones " and " helper against him "
4.6. The difference of expectations and the related conflict
4.7. Different understanding of the words " and they shall become one flesh"
4.8 . unproductive compromise
4.9. Connection while maintaining the contradictions
4.10 . Closer to God and the preservation of remoteness from Him
5 . Saving space separating
5.1. Saving the distance in the Song of Songs
5.2 . " White space " in the Creation of the World
5.3. Overcoming Empty space in the relations between men and women
5.4 . Rationality and Irrationality in miropoznanii
5.5. Divine presence among them
5.6. More about trust : is it possible to live in one basket with a snake ?
5.7. Anecdotes do not explain
5.8. What is the difficulty " razverzheniya the Red Sea ?"
5.9 . To make sense of distance
6. Love and unity of life
6.1. The love of God , love of man and the measure of the level of spirituality
6.2 . The Jewish idea of ​​the unity of the different kinds of love
6.3 . Love-match
6.4. Love and the overcoming of death
6.5. Love is universal and love Election
6.6. Development of a community based on the initial separation
6.7 . Converge , but not to merge
6.8. The problem of love of parents and children , " that they were the same as us"
6.9. The problem of the relationship between the brothers , " the struggle for the common inheritance"
6.10 . Love of man and woman : the problem of "maintaining independence"
6.11 . Three types of love in the relationship . value crisis
6.12 . Love and Fear
7. "The Seven Blessings " Jewish wedding as a remake of creation
7.1. Dedication and marriage
7.2 . The blessings of consecration
7.3. The transfer of the ring
7.4. Wedding blessing
7.5. Breaking the glass
8. Sex in the Jewish tradition
8.1. Be fruitful and multiply
8.2 . Sex commanded initially
8.3. commandment Onat
8.4. principles of Nidda
8.5. The importance of monogamous marriage
8.6. Three levels of interaction with the world : production, the give and the build up
9. Completion of Part I. practical implications
9.1. The findings do, but do not give advice
9.2 . Indestructibility of the hierarchy in the world and the question of the primacy of
9.3. The interaction between the different personalities and decision-making
9.4 . The difficulty of compromise
9.5 . To recognize the importance of having a conflict of
9.6 . A constructive approach to conflict
9.7. The role of dialogue
9.8. On the limited capacity of the words
9.9 . trust
9.10 . Gaps in knowledge and frustration
9.11. responsibility
9.12 . love
9.13. What gives us the understanding of male and female
9.14. The practice of crisis
9.15 . conclusion
II. A man and a woman in the history of biblical characters
10 . "This book of the creatures of the person ... "
10.1. Spiritual progress of generational change
10.2. The relationship between brothers
10.3. A man and a woman in their influence on children
11. Adam and Eve , "the mother of all living "
12. "And Lamech said to his wives '
13. Abraham and Sarah , " is really a sister "
14. Isaac and Rebecca
14.1. Meet at the Well
14.2 . The wife 's mother
14.3. Reticence and closing the face
15. Jacob and his wife, sister-
16. Levirate marriage and the messianic process
16.1. Restore the name of the deceased
16.2. Judah and Tamar
16.3. Lot's daughters
16.4. Boaz and Ruth
16.5. Mashiach runs along the edge of the permissible
17. Women and the salvation of the Exodus
18. Age of Judges : Samson vs. Shmuel
18.1. Two such different judges in Israel
18.2 . " And he went mano for my wife "
18.3 . Elkana and prayer Hana
19. The kings of David , Saul and women
19.1. Shaul's wife
19.2. Shaul and girls , draw water
19.3. Shaul and women , praising his
19.4 . Conversations between David and his wives
19.5. David and Abigail
19.6. David and Michal
19.7. David and Bat- Sheva
19.8 . Talk Bathsheba with David
20. Completion of the II. Dialogues bibleykih pairs
21. Conclusion : a sense of humor 
More Information
Shelf Barrie/Toronto
Weight 0.400000
Publisher Orot Yerushalaim
ISBN 978-965-7392-41-6
Author Polonsky, Pinchas; Polonskaya, Nechama
Height (CM) 23
Length (CM) 15
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