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William V Rowe's "Difficult Freedom: The Basis of Community in Emmanuel Levinas" is an interesting sequel to Morgan's presentation. , Husserl and Heidegger) into France. " He analyzes Levinas' diagnosis of and prescription for this ghetto predicament. " Indeed, it is in this responsibility that the possibility for a new, nontotalitarian universality-antidote to the ghetto of modernity-inheres. Nomi M. " Her concern is the fate of communal aspirations within the constitutional order of the United States; the prism through which she contemplates this fate is the case of Kiryas Joel, a Satmar Hasidic Jewish community in upstate New York, whose residents appealed to the state to support the incorporation of a public school for its disabled children.
Mention must also be made of Professor Alan Mittleman of Muhlenberg College for his trenchant critique of my and Professor Stolzenberg's papers. I would also like to thank Professors Harold Baillie and David Friedrichs of the University of Scranton for agreeing to chair two of the conference's sessions. Vital financial support for the conference and volume has come from many individuals and institutions. Among those who kindly offered assistance were Irwin E. Alperin, Myer M. , Herbert Barton, Richard S.
4. Baron, "Ghetto and Emancipation," 518, 520. 5. Baron, "Ghetto and Emancipation," 517. 6. Baron, "Ghetto and Emancipation," 524. 7. See Michaelis' response to the pro-emancipatory pamphlet of C. W. , The Jew in the Modern World (New York, 1980), 36-38. 8. Carl E. Schorske, Fin-de-Siècle Vienna: Politics and Culture (New York, 1980), 117. 9. " Fin-de-Siècle Vienna, 119. 10. , 118. 11. This is not to suggest that anti-Semitism did not exist, and at times in powerful doses, in the United States.