Introduction : incarnation and incarnational thinking Divinization and incarnational thinking in Hasidism: an overview Charisma speaking: uniqueness, incarnation, and sacred language (lashon ha-kodesh) in Nahman of Bratslav's self-fashioning Jewish ethics through a Hasidic lens: incarnation, the law, and the universal Malkhut as kenosis: malkhut and the zaddik in Yaʻakov Koppel Lifshitz of Mezritch's Shaʻarei Gan Eden "Brother where art thou?": reflections on Jesus in Martin Buber and the Hasidic master R. Shmuel Bornstein of Sochaczev Liberal Judaism, Christianity, and the specter of Hasidism.
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Print version: Magid, Shaul. Hasidism incarnate : Hasidism, Christianity, and the construction of modern Judaism. Stanford, California : Stanford University Press,  Encountering traditions