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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Between East and West.
London : East and West Library, 1958
|Named Person:||Bela Horovitz; Bela Horovitz|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||214 p. : ill., plates, port. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||In memoriam Bela Horovitz, by M. Papo --
Hasidism and modern man, by M. Buber --
Hermann Cohen, by S.H. Bergman --
Franz Kafka and the tree of knowledge, by N.N. Glatzer --
Ahad Ha-Am and the future of the Diaspora, by L. Simon --
The Hebrew University --
a link between East and West, by N. Bentwich --
The Dead Sea scrolls type of Biblical exegesis among the Karaites, by N. Wieder --
An unpublished poem by Abraham Ibn Ezra, by S.M. Stern --
Maimonides theory of miracle, by J. Heller --
An unidentified Hebrew incunable, by J.L. Teicher --
An early nineteenth-century Frankfurt benevolent society, by K. Wilhelm --
Moses Mendelssohn's concept of tolerance, by D. Patterson --
Modern anti-Semitism and its place in the history of the Jewish question, by A. Bein --
Franz Rosenzweig on history, by A. Altman.
|Responsibility:||edited by A. Altmann.|