4 edition of Moses Mendelssohn found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Writings related to Mendelssohn"s Jerusalem, Mendelssohn"s Jerusalem|
|Statement||introduced by James Schmidt|
|Contributions||Samuel, Moses, 1795-1860., Schmidt, James, Samuel, Moses, 1795-1860., Mendelssohn, Moses, 1729-1786.|
|LC Classifications||B2690.E5 S264 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. ;|
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The era opened by Moses Mendelssohn (–86)—i.e., c. to c. —is sometimes called The son of an impoverished scribe called Menachem Mendel Dessau, he was known in Jewry as Moses Dessau but wrote as Mendelssohn, from the Hebrew ben Mendel (“the Son of Mendel”).
His own choice of the German Mendelssohn over the Hebrew. Moses Mendelssohn has books on Goodreads with ratings. Moses Mendelssohn’s most popular book is Jerusalem: Or on Religious Power and Judaism.
Feiner's book is a fascinating look at an all-too-often misunderstood man. The book is highly accessible and the interested reader may finish this in one sitting.
Highly recommended for anyone interested in the life of Moses Mendelssohn/5(6). Feiner’s book is the first that offers a full, human portrait of this fascinating man—uncommonly modest, acutely aware of his task as an intellectual pioneer, shrewd, traditionally Jewish, yet thoroughly conversant with the world around him—providing a vivid sense of Mendelssohn’s daily life as well as of his philosophical endeavors.
Moses Mendelssohn book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Alexander Altmann's acclaimed, wide-ranging biography of Moses Men 4/5. Moses Mendelssohn was born in Dessau, a city in the state of Anhalt-Dessau in Germany, on September 6, As a child, he suffered from a disease that left him with a curvature of the spine.
He was the son of a Torah scribe and his family was poor but learned. He began a traditional Jewish education under David Fraenkel, the rabbi of Dessau.
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