Nachman Krochmals Werke (Kitvei Rabbi Nachman Krochmal)

Rawidowicz, S.

Published by Ararat Publishing Society, Ltd, 1961
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4to. 238 pp. Introduction with Arabic numerals as pagination + 524 pp. of text with Hebrew pagination and index. Blue cloth with gold lettering on front cover and spine. Nachman Krochmal was an important figure in the Eastern European Haskalah best known for his "Moreh Nebuhei Ha-Zaman." As a religious moderate he attempted to reconcile 19th century thought, particularly that of Hegel, with traditional Judaism. Also included are letters and Krochmal's abridgement of the biblical commentary of Abraham ibn Ezra. Illustrated with four b/w facsimile photographs of Krochmal's home, his grave, a plate commemorating his death and a letter in his handwriting. Facsimile of his signature from his original stamp on front endpaper. Spine slightly creased. Slight age wear to spine. Some in-text pencil markings and underlining, easily erasable. Book is in Hebrew. Exterior in good, interior in good condition. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Nachman Krochmals Werke (Kitvei Rabbi ...
Publisher: Ararat Publishing Society, Ltd
Publication Date: 1961
Binding: Hardcover
Edition: Second enlarged edition

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Book Description Ararat Publishing Society, Ltd, London, 1961. Hardcover. Book Condition: g+ to vg. Second enlarged edition. Quarto. 238 pp. Introduction with Arabic numerals as pagination + 524 pp. of text with Hebrew pagination and index. Blue cloth with gold lettering on front cover and spine. Nachman Krochmal was an important figure in the Eastern European Haskalah best known for his "Moreh Nebuhei Ha-Zaman." As a religious moderate he attempted to reconcile 19th century thought, particularly that of Hegel, with traditional Judaism. Also included are letters and Krochmal's abridgement of the biblical commentary of Abraham ibn Ezra. Illustrated with four b/w facsimile photographs of Krochmal's home, his grave, a plate commemorating his death, a letter in his handwriting and two documents. Facsimile of his signature from his original stamp on front endpaper. Text in Hebrew. Binding with light wear along edges and spine. Binding in good+, interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 38704

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