Studies in Nineteenth-Century Jewish Intellectual History.
by Altmann, Alexander, edited by.
Harvard University Press
Octavo in soiled dust jacket, viii, 215 pp., indexes
Philip W. Lown Institute of Advanced Judaic Studies Brandeis University Studies and Texts: Volume II. Articles are "The term 'Jewish Emancipation': Its Origin and Historical Impact," Jacob Katz, "The Beginnings of Moden Jewish Studies," Nahmu N. Glatzer, "Manuals and Catechisms of the Jewish religion in the Early Period of Emancipation," Jacob J. Petuchowski, "The New Style of Preaching in Nineteenth-Century German Jewry," Alexander Altmann, "Parapoetic Attitudes and Values in Early Nineteenth-Century Hebrew Poetry," Eisig Silberschlag, "German Radicalism and the Formation of Jewish Political Attitudes During the Early Part of the Nineteenth Century," Hans Liebeschütz, "Samuel Hirsch and Hegel," Emil L. Fackenheim
Language: English Language
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