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As fackenheim puts it the divine human meeting assumes

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Unformatted text preview: the religious tradition that he represents, Judaism- - in terms of commandment: there is a transcendent being, God, and we are related to it by appropriately responding to the commands (about what we should do) that it gives us. As Fackenheim puts it: [T]he Divine- human meeting assumes structure and content in Judaism through the way man is accepted and confirmed as a consequence of this meeting. In Judaism God accepts and confirms man by commanding him in his humanity […]. (32- 33) How does this relationship of commandment give rise to a meaning for our lives, however? Fackenheim goes on to explain that it gives rise to a meaning because it implies, or confirms for us, four basic things about ourselves and our lives that are especially __________ ______________________________________: Responsibility Agency Partnership Security Re...
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