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Collected Essays: v. 3

Collected Essays: v. 3

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Wydawnictwo Liverpool University Press
Data wydania 31/07/2019
Liczba stron 236
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla szkół wyższych i kształcenia podyplomowego
ISBN 9781904113997
Kategorie Studia judaistyczne
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Opis książki

Two main areas of medieval Jewish thought are explored in this collection of previously published and new essays. A section on Sefer Hasidim brings together over half a century of Soloveitchik's writings on German Pietism, many of which were published in out-of-the-way places, and adds two new essays. The first is a methodological study on how to read Sefer Hasidim, a baffling potpourri of pietistic sayings, religious practices, and stories, and on what constitutes (and does not constitute) a valid historical inference. The second new essay, `Sefer Hasidim and the Social Sciences', is a guide to the soundness of a number of sociological and anthropological inferences that have been drawn from that work in contemporary historiography. A section on R. Avraham ben David of Posquieres updates Soloveitchik's `Ravad of Posquieres: A Programmatic Essay', a highly influential essay which argued that, throughout the Middle Ages, Ravad was known and his influence determined by his role as talmudic commentator, not by his now-famous critiques of Mishneh Torah, which were largely unknown in that period. He has added a new essay on the acrimonious relationship between Ravad and R. Zerahyah ha-Levi of Lunel and the tensions that existed between the stormy, low-born genius of Posquieres and the Jewish aristocracy of Languedoc, particularly of Lunel.

Collected Essays: v. 3

Spis treści

PART I. SEFER HASIDIM
Specific Studies
1. Three Themes in Sefer Hasidim
2. On Dating Sefer Hasidim
3. Piety, Pietism, and German Pietism: Sefer Hasidim I and the Influence of Hasidei Ashkenaz
4. Pietists and Kibbitzers
5. The Midrash, Sefer Hasidim, and the Changing Face of God
6. Two Notes on the Commentary on the Torah of R. Yehudah he-Hasid
7. Topics in the Hokhmat ha-Nefesh

Methodological Issues
8. On Reading Sefer Hasidim
9. Sefer Hasidim and the Social Sciences

PART II. RABAD AND PROVENCAL STUDIES
10. Rabad of Posquieres: A Programmatic Essay
11. The Literary Remains of the Gedol ha-Mefarshim: A Study in Personal Rivalry and the Repulsion of Opposites
12. A Response to R. Buckwold's Critique of `Rabad of Posquieres', Part I
13. A Response to R. Buckwold's Critique of `Rabad of Posquieres', Part II
14. Jewish and Roman Law: A Study in Interaction
15. The Riddle of Me'iri's Recent Popularity
16. Printing and the History of Halakhah
17. Angle of Deflection

Bibliography of Manuscripts
Source Acknowledgements
Index of Names
Index of Places
Index of Subjects

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