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Asher D. Biemann

reduce Rosenzweig’s concept of history to the German Jewish flirtation with Herder, which had profoundly shaped the old Wissenschaft des Judentums (at least as profoundly as the flirtation with Hegel). 84 Nor can we assume that Rosenzweig accepted Herder’s ideas of history unqualified. 85 But it is

Myriam Bienenstock

of Cohen’s thought. I The story goes that when the philosopher and philologist Heymann Steinthal (1823–1899) introduced his protégé, the young Dr. Hermann Cohen, to Leopold Zunz, the already famous founder of the Wissenschaft des Judentums , he presented him as follows: “Herr Dr. Cohen, ehemaliger

Michael Zank

” interpretation of divine 20 See David Novak, The Election of Israel: The Idea of the Chosen People (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995). 21 Hermann Cohen, “Das Problem der jüdischen Sittenlehre. Eine Kritik von Lazarus’ Ethik des Judentums,” Monatsschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums 43

Ariel Evan Mayse

-Century Rabbinic and Philosophical Responses to the Wissenschaft des Judentums ,” Harvard Theological Review 110, no. 3 (2017): 393–420. See also Eliyahu Stern, The Genius: Elijah of Vilna and the Making of Modern Judaism (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013); Chaim Saiman, “Legal Theology: The Turn to

Nadav Berman Shifman

Wissenschaft des Judentums , such as Shmuel David Luzzatto and Zechariah Frankel, criticized Jewish attempts (like that of Maimonides) to portray halakhah as an immutable system. 119 On the more liberal-progressive side, halakhic fallibility appears frequently in twentieth-century Conservative Jewish thought

Bruce Chilton

on understandings of the tradition. In particular, he argues that the “Third Quest” of the historical Jesus at the end of the twentieth century brought into the mainstream of scholarship the finding of the Wissenschaft des Judentums during the nineteenth century that Jesus needed to be understood

Richard Bauckham

zum Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients B51; Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1989), p. 115. 71)  Samuel Klein, ‘Bemerkungen zur Geographie des alten Palästina’, Monatschrift fur Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums 54 (1910): 14-27, here 25-27; Samuel Klein, ‘Zur Geographie Palästinas in der Zeit

Cristiana Facchini

, that is, precisely, a Jewish Jesus. ‘What the Christians came to only very late and with much hesitation, was relatively easy for a believer in the only non Christian religion extant in pre-modern Europe’. 74 Members of the Wissenschaft des Judentums shared a similar perspective. Among them

Raymond R. Hausoul

, 101; Kommen Gottes , 332. 42 Arnold Goldberg, Untersuchungen über die Vorstellung von der Schekhinah in der frühen rabbinischen Literatur: Talmud und Midrasch , Studia Judaica (Studia Judaica. Forschungen zur Wissenschaft des Judentums 5; Berlin: De Gruyter, 1969), 333-335; Peter Kuhn, Gottes

David Biernot

Collet Sirats A History of Jewish Philosophy in the Middle Ages gewidmet. 4 Wie Moshe Idel in einer Studie zur Magie im Judentum zeigt, interessierte sich die Wissenschaft des Judentums des ausgehenden 19. und anfangs des 20. Jahrhunderts sehr wenig für dieses Phänomen, es wurde sogar absichtlich von