Sefer ha-yovel le-khvod Mordekhai Menahem Kaplan Le-M'lat lo Shivim Shanah. Helek Ivri.
by Davis, Moshe, edited by.
Jewish Theological Seminary
Octavo, blue cloth with gold lettering, frontispiece photo of Kaplan, x, 287 pp.
In Hebrew. There is also an English language volume not included here. Articles in the Hebrew section are "Philosophy and Religion," Samuel Hugo Bergman, "The Human Path," Martin Buber, "The Story of Hannah and Her Seven Sons in Hebrew Literature," Gerson D. Cohen, "Novellae of Solomon ibn-Adret to the Tractate of Megillah," Zalman Dimitrovsky, "Teaching of Patriotism," Ben Zion Dinur (Dinaburg), "Jewish Communal Life in Yemen," Shelomo Dov Goitein, "Why Was Jeremiah Ignored in the Book of Kings?" Joseph Klausner, "Pesikta de Rav Kahana, Shekalim," Bernard Mandelbaum, "Some Observations on the Lives of the Sages in the Talmud," Joshua Ovsay, "On Maimonides' Ethics," Simon Rawidowicz, "Mendelssohn's Political Ideas," Nathan Rotenstreich, :How to Approach the Study of the Bible," Joseph Schaechter, "At the Crossroads (Jewish Education in 20th Century America)," Zevi Scharfstein, "PHilanthropinism and Jewish Education," Ernst Simon, "The Problem of Bi-Culturalism and Its Relation to Contemporary Jewry," Arieh Tartakower, "Language and Phraseology in the Tractate of Aboth d'Rabbi Nathan," N.H. Tur-Sinai, "In Monte Dominus Videbitur: The Martyrs of Blois and the Early Accusations of Ritual Murder," Shalom Spiegel.
Language: Hebrew language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 21571