Narrative, Textuality, and the Other
Introduction“Narrative, Textuality, and the Other” is a special issue of the Journal of Textual Reasoning, collecting the best independently submitted essays from the past year and a half. The essays divide naturally into three subareas of study, each expanding our approaches to textual reasoning in significant ways.
Part I: Language, Identity, and Textuality
The Teshuvah of Jacques Derrida: Judaism Hors-texte
Part II: Textual Reasonings for a "Vav" and a "Na"
About a Vav: Arguments for Changing the Nusach Masorti Regarding Hanukkah
The Binding of Isaac as a Trickster Narrative: And God Said “Na”
Eugene F. Rogers Jr.
Part III: Reading Texts With and Against the Other
Inter-religious Dialogue and Debate in Classical Islam: ibn Kammuna’s Cultural Model