Freedom of Thought and the Authority of Tradition in Modern Jewish Philosophy: the Cases of Spinoza and Mendelssohn

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Study of Religion and the Training of Muslim Clergy in Europe. Academic and Religious Freedom in the 21st Century.
EditorsW.B. Drees, P.S. Koningsveld
Place of PublicationLeiden
PublisherLeiden University Press
Pages47-57
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Munk, R. W. (2008). Freedom of Thought and the Authority of Tradition in Modern Jewish Philosophy: the Cases of Spinoza and Mendelssohn. In W. B. Drees, & P. S. Koningsveld (Eds.), The Study of Religion and the Training of Muslim Clergy in Europe. Academic and Religious Freedom in the 21st Century. (pp. 47-57). Leiden: Leiden University Press.
Munk, R.W. / Freedom of Thought and the Authority of Tradition in Modern Jewish Philosophy: the Cases of Spinoza and Mendelssohn. The Study of Religion and the Training of Muslim Clergy in Europe. Academic and Religious Freedom in the 21st Century.. editor / W.B. Drees ; P.S. Koningsveld. Leiden : Leiden University Press, 2008. pp. 47-57
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Munk, RW 2008, Freedom of Thought and the Authority of Tradition in Modern Jewish Philosophy: the Cases of Spinoza and Mendelssohn. in WB Drees & PS Koningsveld (eds), The Study of Religion and the Training of Muslim Clergy in Europe. Academic and Religious Freedom in the 21st Century.. Leiden University Press, Leiden, pp. 47-57.

Freedom of Thought and the Authority of Tradition in Modern Jewish Philosophy: the Cases of Spinoza and Mendelssohn. / Munk, R.W.

The Study of Religion and the Training of Muslim Clergy in Europe. Academic and Religious Freedom in the 21st Century.. ed. / W.B. Drees; P.S. Koningsveld. Leiden : Leiden University Press, 2008. p. 47-57.

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Munk RW. Freedom of Thought and the Authority of Tradition in Modern Jewish Philosophy: the Cases of Spinoza and Mendelssohn. In Drees WB, Koningsveld PS, editors, The Study of Religion and the Training of Muslim Clergy in Europe. Academic and Religious Freedom in the 21st Century.. Leiden: Leiden University Press. 2008. p. 47-57