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Der Hermeneutische Kontext in Der Talmudischen Literatur: Eine Versphatete Jubiläumsschrift

Schwarz, Adolf

Published by Wien; Selbstverlage Des Verfassers, 1921
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Clothbound. 8vo. 208 pages. 24 cm. First edition. In German, with Hebrew. Later red cloth. Title translates as: "The Hermeneutic Context in Talmudic Literature. " Adolf Schwarz (1846–1931) , a rabbi and scholar, born "in Hungary, Schwarz studied at the Breslau Juedisch-theologisches Seminar, where he was Z. Frankel's favorite pupil and intimate friend. From 1875 he was rabbi in Karlsruhe, a post he accepted at Frankel's behest in spite of his misgivings about the use of the organ in the Karlsruhe synagogue. In 1893 he became head of the newly founded Israelitisch-theologische Lehranstalt in Vienna, where he trained several generations of modern rabbis and teachers as leaders of traditional Judaism. His scholarly work was a conscious effort to continue in the paths of his teacher Frankel and was devoted mainly to the understanding of the Talmud and its methodology. His principal contribution to talmudic scholarship was his Controversen der Schammaiten und Hilleliten (1893) which was followed by six monographs on the hermeneutic rules: Die hermeneutische Analogie in der talmudischen Literatur (1897) , Der hermeneutische Syllogismus in der talmudischen Literatur (1901) , Die hermeneutische Induktion (1909) , Die hermeneutische Antinomie in der talmudischen Literatur (1913) , Quantitaetsrelation (1916) , and Der hermeneutische Kontext (1921) . A summary of these appeared in 1923 (Hauptergebnisse der wissenschaftlich-hermeneutischen Forschung, 1923) . " (From the 2007 Encyclopedia Judaica) Subjects: Talmud - Hermeneutics. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. Edges significantly soiled. Page margins lightly aged, pages throughout clean and crisp. Very good condition. (GER-36-28). Bookseller Inventory # 28879

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Title: Der Hermeneutische Kontext in Der ...

Publisher: Wien; Selbstverlage Des Verfassers

Publication Date: 1921

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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