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Studies in Jewish thought : an anthology of German Jewish scholarship / selected, edited, and introduced by Alfred Jospe.

Detroit : Wayne State University Press, 1981.
ISBN 081431676X, 9780814316764

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Other Authors Jospe, Alfred, 1909-
Subjects Judaism -- Doctrines.
Judaism -- History.
Judaïsme -- Doctrines.
Judaïsme -- Histoire.
Mendelssohn, Moses, 1729-1786.
Description 434 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes "A Publication of the Leo Baeck Institute."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents On Rabbinic literature (excerpts) / Leopold Zunz -- A century of Wissenschaft des Judentism (excerpts) / Ismar Elbogen -- Does traditional Judaism possess dogmas? / Leo Baeck -- Establishing norms for Jewish belief / Julius Guttmann -- Jewish piety and religious dogma / Max Wiener -- The purpose of human existence as seen by Greek-Roman antiquity and the Jewish Middle Ages / Isaak Heinemann -- The concept of Kavvanah in the early Kabbalah / Gershom G. Scholem -- Judah Halevi and al-Ghazali / David Hartwig (Zvi) Baneth -- Maimonides's attitude toward Jewish mysticism / Alexander Altmann -- Maimondie's Guide in world literature / David Kaufmann -- Scientific allegorization during the Jewish Middle Ages / Isaak Heinemann -- Leone Ebreo, Renaissance philosopher / Hiram Peri -- Religion and science in medieval and modern thought / Julius Guttmann -- Mendelssohn's concept of Judaism / Fritz Bamberger -- Mendelssohn's Jerusalem and Spinoza's Theologico-political treatis / Julius Guttmann -- Moses Mendelssohn on education and the image of man / Alexander Altmann -- Moses Mendelssohn and the religious forms of Judaism in the nineteenth century / Max Wiener.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7178309
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