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Reflections And Conclusions On The Jews Of France At The Turn Of The Third Millenium

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This chapter presents some concluding remarks on this book, which endeavors to draw a picture of the "Jewish fact" in France at the turn of the millennia, based on empirical studies analyzed within the historical, political, philosophical and cultural context. The issues explored in this book are of primary concern not only to French Jews, but by extension to both Jewish world at large and to Europe. The approach of this book seeks to be different and considers that irrespective of changes in the socio-political environment in which individuals develop, they remain subject to the rules of social logic. In addition to their sociological interest and importance, the data and analyses presented have policy implications for the contemporary French Jewish community. This chapter locates the main issues that on the basis of the author's research, he concluded should be considered by community leaders and policy makers.

Keywords: French Jews; social logic; third millenium



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