Essential Papers on Hasidism: Origins to Present.
by Hundert, Gershon David, edited by.
New York University Press
Octavo, paper covers, xii, 546 pp., map, index
Articles are "On a Secret Society, and Therefore a Long Chapter," Solomon Maimon, "The Beginnings: The Baal Shem Tov (Besht) and the Center in Podolia," Simon Dubnow, "The Maggid of Miedzyrzecz, His Associates, and the Center of Volhynia (1760-1772)," Simon Dubnow, "The Origins of Hasidism and Its Social and Messianic Foundations," Benzion Dinur, "Miedzyboz and Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov," Murray Jay Rosman, "The Hasidic Movement - Reality and Ideals," Shmuel Ettinger, "Hasidic-Mitnaggedic Polemics in the Jewish Communities of Eastern Europe: The Hostile Phase," Mordecai L. Wilensky, "Devekut, or Communion with God," Gershom Scholem, "God and the Zaddik as the Two Focal Points of Hasidic Worship," Ada Rapoport Alpert, "Hasidic Prayer," Louis Jacobs, "Traditions and Customs in Hasidism," Aaron Wertheim, "Hasidism and Jewish Enlightenment," Raphael Mahler, "My Way to Hasidism," Martin Buber, "Hasidism in Modern Society," Stephan Sharot.
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15039