By Jay M .Harris
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They buttools plurality,totality,causality)correspond of by whichthe mindorganizesthe manifold sense impressioninto an ordered whole. Lastly,Reasonpositsthese orderedimpressionsunderthe overarching ideationalpostulatesof God, world,and soul. In eithercase,the ideasof Reasonalongwiththe subsistfirst and foremostin a self-contained conceptsof the Understanding cognitivesystemof internalreference. Accordingto Kant, the pleasuretaken in judging things beautifulis Injudgingsomethingbeautiful,the humansubjectsays likewiseself-contained.
P. 52. It thenservesgoodsexternalto it. "37 halakhah lest the latter lose its autonomous value. " he imploreshis readersto considerthat 33. 48-49. of theEthical," 34. 331: 35. 333. in autonomy shiftsfromtextto text. 36. 93. " in "Confrontation," 37. 20-21. He servesthe Holy One Blessed be He out of love. Does not manelevatehimselfby laying suprarational, supranatural tefillin?... Does notmanfeel the happinessof an additionalsoulon Shabbat? Does not observingmitzvot constitutean experiencethat sweetensthe bitternessin man'slife, purifyingandredeeminghimfromhis grief,fromhis lonelinessand Indeed,the morethe lawfulcharacteris "deprived" mourning?
We take it from Part One, section XIII, and identify it as a high point of the text. In section XI, halakhahwas said to constitute the third term resolving the antinomy between lowliness and loftiness. In section XII, Soloveitchik showed mighty and stoic men, bristling with halakhic armament,who master the fear of turbulence and death. Now, in section XIII, Soloveitchik's expands his rhetorical powers to offer this sublime vista of halakhic creativity: 22. Kant,CritiqueofJudgment,pp. 122-123. 23.
Association for Jewish studies 2000-2001- 25 by Jay M .Harris