Concepts of the Other in Near Eastern Religions

Concepts of the Other in Near Eastern Religions

This text examines the philosophical concept of "other" in the Near Eastern religions. It contains essays that are divided into three sections: the Ancient Near East; Judaism and Christianity; and Islam and India.

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