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Moritz Steinschneider [microform]

Kohut, George Alexander

Moritz Steinschneider [microform]

a tribute written on the occasion of his 90th birthday, March 30, 1906

by Kohut, George Alexander

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Published by Polyglot Print. Co. in [New York] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby George Alexander Kohut.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 86/5336 (D)
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. ; 16 cm.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2766082M
LC Control Number86124032

Moritz Steinschneider (30 March , Prostějov, Moravia, Austrian Empire – 24 January , Berlin) was a Bohemian bibliographer and received his early instruction in Hebrew from his father, Jacob Steinschneider (b. ; d. March ), who was not only an expert Talmudist, but was also well versed in secular house of the elder Steinschneider was the rendezvous. Read "Moritz Steinschneider. The Hebrew Translations of the Middle Ages and the Jews as Transmitters Vol I. Preface. General Remarks. Jewish Philosophers" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book deals with medieval Jewish authors who wrote in Brand: Springer Netherlands.

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Moritz Steinschneider was a Bohemian bibliographer and Orientalist. He received his early instruction in Hebrew from his father, Jacob Steinschneider, who was not only an expert Talmudist, but was also well versed in secular science. The house of the elder Steinschneider was the rendezvous of a few progressive Hebraists, among whom was his brother-in-law, the physician and writer Gideon Brecher.

This book deals with medieval Jewish authors who wrote in Arabic, such as Moses Maimonides, Judah Halevi, and Moritz Steinschneider [microform] book Ibn Gabirol, as well as the Hebrew translations and commentaries of Judaeo-Arabic philosophy. It brings up to date a part of Moritz Steinschneider’s monumental Die hebraeischen.

Table of Contents Introduction Part I: A Jewish Scholar in 19th-Century Europe Ismar Schorsch The Vision Beyond the Books Michael L. Miller “Your Loving Uncle”: Gideon Brecher, Moritz Steinschneider and the Moravian Haskalah Céline Trautmann-Waller Leopold Zunz and Moritz Steinschneider: Wissenschaft des Judentums as a Struggle against Ghettoization in Science Arndt Engelhardt Moritz.

Marx has a very useful bibliography on pp. For a list of Steinschneider’s writings, see George Alexander Kohut, “Bibliography of the Writings of Professor Dr.

Moritz Steinschneider,” in Festschrift zum Achtzigsten Geburtstage Moritz Steinschneider’s (Leipzig, ), v-xxxix. Moritz Steinschneider. STEINSCHNEIDER, MORITZ (), father of modern Jewish bibliography, one of' the founders of modern Jewish scholarship.

Born in Prossnitz, Moravia, Steinschneider received his early education in his native town and was influenced by.

Moritz Steinschneider: | | ||| | |Moritz Steinschneider| (–) | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias.

Moritz Steinschneider has 52 books on Goodreads with 24 ratings. Moritz Steinschneider’s most popular book is Catalogus Librorum Hebraeorum In Bibliothec. Studies on Steinschneider: Moritz Steinschneider and the emergence of the science of Judaism in nineteenth-century Germany / edited by Reimund Leicht and Gad Freudenthal.

— (Studies in Jewish history and culture ; vol. 33). (–), bibliographer, historian, and linguist; a founder of modern Jewish studies.

Born in Prossnitz (Prostějov, Moravia), Moritz Steinschneider received both a general and a Jewish education, including yeshiva studies in Nikolsburg ().In Prague, he qualified for a Hebrew teacher’s the course of his academic studies at the universities of Vienna, Leipzig, and Berlin.

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Moritz Steinschneider: an Appreciation Menahem H. Schmelzer This article is, with minor changes, a lecture delivered in April at The Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary as part of the commemoration of the Steinschneider Centennial.

Much of the flavor of the original oral presentation has been maintained. The microform collections contain reproductions of over entire manuscripts and o entire printed books (in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, Judeo-Arabic, Judeo-Persian and German), and records for overbooks and manuscripts in the field of Hebrew and Jewish Studies.

Geographical-Typographical Index to Moritz Steinschneider. “Of making many books there is no end.” In the hands of the master bibliographer Moritz Steinschneider, a phenomenon that induced despair in the author of Ecclesiastes was converted into great science and even greater art.

Steinschneider (–) lived through the 19th century and into the early decades of the 20th. Steinschneider: lt;p|>|Moritz Steinschneider| (Ma|Prostějov|, |Moravia|, |Austria| – Janu 19 World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation.

In doing so, he echoed, perhaps without knowing it, one of the founders of Wissenschaft, Moritz Steinschneider. A fantastically learned scholar of Jewish texts and a pioneer historian, Steinschneider rejected religion and, by extension, Jewish survival as a particularistic enterprise.

It brings up to date a part of Moritz Steinschneider’s monumental Die Hebraeischen Übersetzungen des Mittelalters und die Juden als Dolmetscher (The Hebrew Translations of the Middle Ages and the Jews as Interpreters), which was first published in and remains to this day the authoritative account of the transmission and development of.

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