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Books Recommend Book on Secular Philosophy and Jewish Philosophy contrasting Secular philosophies

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I am looking for a contemporary book with Jewish philosophy to secular philosophies (such as one's as ancient as Aristotle to as new asand how it relates to John Searle/Psycholgy also welcomed) primarilyother philosophies throughout history whether comparing or contrasting. Not comparative religion books but books from the Orthodox Jewish perspectivePerspective. I boughtFor example the Guide for the Perplexed by the Rambam already. Obviously not equating Jewish philosophies with secular philosophies just want to find some good insights on the two for certain Torah activities I would like to dobe an example.

EDIT: I am looking for academic/scholarly works Psychology is also welcomed. Does anyone know of any books that elucidates the contrasts or the comparisons between secular philosophies and Jewish philosophies indeals with this topic that is contemporary verbiage.?

Books on Secular Philosophy and Jewish Philosophy

Does anyone recommend any books that compare and contrast Jewish philosophy to secular philosophies (such as one's as ancient as Aristotle to as new as to John Searle/Psycholgy also welcomed) primarily from the Orthodox Jewish perspective. I bought the Guide for the Perplexed by the Rambam already. Obviously not equating Jewish philosophies with secular philosophies just want to find some good insights on the two for certain Torah activities I would like to do.

EDIT: I am looking for academic/scholarly works that elucidates the contrasts or the comparisons between secular philosophies and Jewish philosophies in contemporary verbiage.

Recommend Book on Jewish Philosophy contrasting Secular philosophies

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I am looking for a contemporary book with Jewish philosophies and how it relates to other philosophies throughout history whether comparing or contrasting. Not comparative religion books but books from the Orthodox Jewish Perspective. For example the Guide for the Perplexed would be an example. Psychology is also welcomed. Does anyone know of any books that deals with this topic that is contemporary?

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Does anyone recommend any books that compare and contrast Jewish philosophy to secular philosophies (such as one's as ancient as Aristotle to as new as to John Searle/Psycholgy also welcomed) primarily from the Orthodox Jewish perspective. I bought the Guide for the Perplexed by the Rambam already. Obviously not equating Jewish philosophies with secular philosophies just want to find some good insights on the two for certain Torah activities I would like to do.

EDIT: I am looking for academic/scholarly works that elucidates the contrasts or the comparisons between secular philosophies and Jewish philosophies in contemporary verbiage.

Does anyone recommend any books that compare and contrast Jewish philosophy to secular philosophies (such as one's as ancient as Aristotle to as new as to John Searle/Psycholgy also welcomed). I bought the Guide for the Perplexed by the Rambam already. Obviously not equating Jewish philosophies with secular philosophies just want to find some good insights on the two for certain Torah activities I would like to do.

EDIT: I am looking for academic/scholarly works that elucidates the contrasts or the comparisons between secular philosophies and Jewish philosophies in contemporary verbiage.

Does anyone recommend any books that compare and contrast Jewish philosophy to secular philosophies (such as one's as ancient as Aristotle to as new as to John Searle/Psycholgy also welcomed) primarily from the Orthodox Jewish perspective. I bought the Guide for the Perplexed by the Rambam already. Obviously not equating Jewish philosophies with secular philosophies just want to find some good insights on the two for certain Torah activities I would like to do.

EDIT: I am looking for academic/scholarly works that elucidates the contrasts or the comparisons between secular philosophies and Jewish philosophies in contemporary verbiage.

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