- Title Pages
- 1 On the University
- 2 On Judaism and Jewishness: A sharp Critique and Outstanding Praise
- 3 On ‘the idea of the university’
- 4 On the ‘universal empire of spirit’ to the ‘the republics of knowledge’
- 5 On the German Intellectual Spirit and the Modern University
- 6 On the University and Democracy
- 7 On Political Involvement: From the Lavon Affair to Mccarthyism and Beyond
- 8 On Reshaping the University for the Twenty-First Century
- 9 Three historians, one conflict: Jacob Talmon, Arnold Toynbee and Menahem Begin, and the Arab–Israeli dispute
- Conclusion: On Talmon and his historiography – the art of pursuing unequivocalness through duality
- Appendix Excerpts with emphasis added from the ‘Minute by the Hon'ble T. B. Macaulay, dated 2nd February 1835’
- (p.1) Introduction
- Jacob Talmon
- Manchester University Press
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