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Stanislaw Krajewski

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Born and educated in Warsaw, received there Ph.D. in mathematics and so called Habilitation in philosophy. He used to teach mathematics in Poland, and also, in 1988, in New York, and has been involved in scientific research in the field of logic and the philosophy of mathematics.
Since 1997 has been on the faculty of the Department of Philosophy of Warsaw University where he teaches logic as well as philosophy of religion.
Member of “Solidarity” from the beginning in 1980 until 1990, or in its pioneering and underground periods. After 1989 was among founders of the Polish Council of Christians and Jews and of the Polish-Israeli Friendship Society.
Since its creation, Krajewski has been the Jewish co-chairman of the Polish Council of Christians and Jews, and from 1992 to 1998 a member of the executive committee of the International Council of Christians and Jews.
From 1997 to 2006 Krajewski has been a member of the board of the Union of Jewish Religious Communities in Poland.
For many years he was also a member of the International Council of the Auschwitz Camp Museum and Memorial.
Since 1993 has been the Poland consultant to the American Jewish Committee.
From 2007 he has been working in the team preparing a major Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw.
Author of articles on logic, and on Judaism, Jewish history and Christian-Jewish dialogue (in Polish and in English), as well as books: Poland and the Jews: Reflections of a Polish Polish Jew, Krakow 2005 (in English), and (in Polish): Jews, Judaism, Poland, Warsaw 1997 (in Polish), 54 commentaries to the Torah for even the least religious among us, Krakow 2004, The mystery of Israel and the mystery of the Church, Warsaw 2007, as well as Goedel.s theorem and its philosophical interpretations: from mechanism to post-modernism, Warsaw 2003.
Married to Monika Krajewska, artist and author; they have two sons, Gabriel and Daniel.

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Un viavai di brumose apparenze.Poesie Scelte - Italian version

Un viavai di brumose apparenze.Poesie Scelte - Italian version

Zuzanna Ginczanka »
Siamo a  Varsavia, corre l’anno 1936. Ai tavolini della Mała Ziemiańska e dello Zodiak, principali punti di ritrovo della bohéme, siedono alcuni dei maggiori artisti dell’epoca. Tra loro c’è una poetessa appena giunta al successo. Julian Tuwim le ha aperto le porte di riviste letterarie del calibro di «Wiadomości Literackie» e «Skamander». Da alcuni mesi è entrata, unica donna, nella redazione del settimanale satirico «Szpilki». È la prima dama al tavolino di Witold Gombrowicz. Presso un rinomato editore della capitale è da poco uscito il suo primo volume di poesie. Ha solo diciannove anni. Si chiama Zuzanna Ginczanka.

Price: 80.00 PLN

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Leopold Kozłowski-Kleinman and his Friends – Memento Moritz. Concert live

Leopold Kozłowski-Kleinman and his Friends – Memento Moritz. Concert live

Leopold Kozłowski »
Double audio album with luxury external finish, containing Jewish songs arranged or composed and performed by Leopold Kozłowski-Kleinman and his friends (in Yiddish and Polish), recorded during famous concerts at Tempel synagogue, Cracow.
Price: 69.00 PLN

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Legends of Polish Jews

Legends of Polish Jews

Aleksander Eliasberg » / translation: Małgorzata Tomal »
Collection of chasidic stories, collected and translated into German by Alexander Eliasberg, a russian Jew, who based his stories on Jewish prayerbooks and a very popular book „Kehal chasidim”. "Legends of Polish Jews", originaly published in 1916 w Munich, were certainly read by Buber and Scholem.
Price: 40.00 PLN

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Living in the Land of Ashes

Living in the Land of Ashes

Konstanty Gebert »
Is there Jewish life in Poland after the Shoah? Should there be? How do present-day Polish Jews, children and grand-children of survivors, relate both to the wartime horrors and to the glorious history of Polish Jewry which preceded them? Do they feel comfortable living as a tiny minority in an overwhelmingly Catholic country? How do their Polish and Jewish identities interact? How did living for forty years under Communism impact on their fate? Konstanty Gebert was a witness and participant of many of the events he describes in his collection of essays on post-war Polish Jewry. His book is an indispensable guide for all those who want to understand the Polish Jewish experience today.
Price: 50.00 PLN

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Nesim all around me. The life of David Mitzner

Nesim all around me. The life of David Mitzner

Konstanty Gebert »
 Nesim means “miracles” in Hebrew. Clearly, the survival of almost any Polish Jew, during the most determined genocide mankind had ever witnessed, is nothing short of miraculous. Yet few would consider being arrested, sent to a Russian concentration camp for seven years, or having to flee one’s country, as miracles one has to be grateful for. And yet, when telling the incredible events of his life, David Mitzner often repeats: “All around me there were nesim”. As he looks back, he chooses not to view events through the only too justified bitterness and despair, which linger on just below the surface. What he sees are miracles, bestowed on a simple man by a mysteriously merciful God. 
Price: 70.00 PLN

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Notebook Klezmer Musicians from Karpaty

Notebook Klezmer Musicians from Karpaty

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The photo on the cover was made in the end of XIX century in Karpaty mountains.
Paper in this notebook is brown.
Price: 15.00 PLN

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Poland and the Jews

Poland and the Jews

Stanislaw Krajewski »
It is rare occasion when a book is written by someone who is both an activist and a scholar of the subject. Stanisław Krajewski was one of a handful of young Polish Jews who began their Jewish journey more than 25 years ago and has the vantage point of having seen all the changes in Polish Jewish society as well in Polish society at large. He has combined this experience both with a scholarly knowledge of this subject and the sensitivity of a deeply spiritual person. This book will add significantly to our appreciation and comprehension of a subject which is little understood. Krajewski's work is a testament to the perseverance of the human soul. We all owe a great debt of thanks to Stanisław Krajewski.

Michael Schudrich, Chief Rabbi, Jewish Community of Poland
Price: 34.00 PLN

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Poster The Sages of Israel

Poster The Sages of Israel

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Price: 25.00 PLN

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The Holocaust. Voices of Scholars

The Holocaust. Voices of Scholars

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The Holocaust: Voices of Scholars is a collection of 24 personal essays-reflections of eminent scholars and experts in research into the history of the Holocaust. Individuals, who for the greater part of their life have researched Extermination, write about their difficulties, questions, and most important points of reflection. They do so on the basis of their own experiences and thoughts, not avoiding criticism as well as creating new visions and demands for the future. The book was edited by Dr Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, the director of the Holocaust Studies Center at Jagiellonian University in Cracow.
Price: 75.00 PLN

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