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I am the first and I am the last and there is no authority [ein elohim] besides me" (Isa. 6). 66 For Cohen, then, the human person as rational moral agent can only will and choose; he or she can never be chosen by anyone who addresses him or her from above. For this reason, the whole subordination of the so-called ritual commandments (bein adam le-maqom) to the moral commandments (bein adam le-chavero) is an inversion of the teaching of classical biblical and rabbinic Judaism. In terms of the commandments, both types of commandments are equally from God.
55. Cohen 1972, p. 253 = Religion der Vernunft, p. 295. 56. Cohen 1972, p. 260 = German, p. 303. 57. Cohen 1972, p. 267 = German, p. 312. 58. See Kaufmann 1966, p. 144. 59. This meaning of telos and eschaton is clearly expressed by Hegel at the conclusion of Phanomenologie des Geistes (Hegel 1952, p. 564): "Das Ziel, das absolute Wissen ... in der Form der Zufalligkeit erscheinenden Daseins, ist die Geschichte, nach der Seite des begriffnen Organisation aber die Wissenschaft des erscheinden Wissens, beide zusammen, die begriffne Geschichte, bilden ...
3ff. 19. See Yevamot 60b-61a re Ezek. 31 (d. v. ) 20. See Scholem 1956, pp. 108ff. 21. See Palliere 1985, pp. 169-70, where Palliere reports the critique of the theology of R. 1865) made by Palliere's teacher and Luzzatto's younger colleague, R. Elijah Benamozegh (d. 1900) for its neglect. See also Novak, introduction to Palliere 1985, pp. x-xiv. 22. Berakhot 6a. See Kohut, Arukh Completum, vol. 3, p. v. v. " 23. See the extensive treatment of this whole topic in Novak 1983. 24. 1. 25. See Kaplan 1957, pp.
A People Apart: Chosenness and Ritual in Jewish Philosophical Thought by Daniel H. Frank