New Perspectives on the Haskalah

Autor Shmuel Feiner, David Sorkin
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 16 dec 2004
Reassesses the relationship between the Haskalah, Orthodoxy, and hasidism, reviews the role of key individuals, and offers a new, more nuanced, definition of the Haskalah.
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ISBN-13: 9781904113263
ISBN-10: 1904113265
Pagini: 270
Dimensiuni: 156 x 235 x 14 mm
Greutate: 0.39 kg
Editura: LUP – Littman Library
Locul publicării:United Kingdom


Note on transliteration Introduction SHMUEL FEINER and DAVID SORKIN 1 The Early Haskalah DAVID SORKIN 2 Naphtali Herz Wessely and the Cultural Dislocations of an Eighteenth-Century Maskil EDWARD BREUER 3 Enlightenment Values, Jewish Ethics: The Haskalah's Transformation of the Traditional Musar Genre HARRIS BOR 4 Was there a 'Haskalah' in England? Reconsidering an Old Question DAVID B. RUDERMAN 5 Strategy and Ruse in the Haskalah of Mendel Lefin of Satanow NANCY SINKOFF 6 The Struggle of the Mitnagedim and Maskilim against Hasidism: Rabbi Jacob Emden and Judah Leib Mieses YEHUDA FRIEDLANDER 7 Magic and Miracle-Workers in the Literature of the Haskalah IMMANUEL ETKES 8 Portrait of the Maskil as a Young Man SHMUEL WERSES 9 Reality and its Refraction in Descriptions of Women in Haskalah Fiction TOVA COHEN 10 Enlightened Rabbis as Reformers in Russian Jewish Society JOSEPH SALMON 11 Towards a Historical Definition of the Haskalah SHMUEL FEINER Glossary Notes on contributors Bibliography Index