Fifty Key Jewish Thinkers

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FIFTY KEY JEWISH THINKERS

Dan Cohn-Sherbok

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Chronological Table xi
  • Isaac Abrabanel 1
  • Abraham Ibn Daud 3
  • Ahad Ha-Am 6
  • Joseph Albo 9
  • Baal Shem Tov 11
  • Leo Baeck 14
  • Bahya Ibn Pakuda 17
  • Eliezer Berkovits 19
  • Dov Ber Borochov 22
  • Martin Buber 25
  • Arthur A.Cohen 27
  • Hermann Cohen 30
  • Dov Baer of Mezhirich 33
  • Solomon Formstecher 38
  • Abraham Geiger 40
  • Gersonides 43
  • Aharon David Gordon 46
  • Heinrich Graetz 48
  • Hasdai Crescas 51
  • Theodor Herzl 54
  • Abraham Joshua Heschel 57
  • Moses Hess 59
  • Samson Raphael Hirsch 61
  • Samuel Hirsch 64
  • Vladimir Jabotinsky 66
  • Judah Halevi 69
  • Zevi Hirsch Kalischer 71
  • Mordecai Kaplan 74
  • Abraham Isaac Koo 77
  • Isaac Luria 79
  • Moses Hayyim Luzzatto 81
  • Solomon Maimon 84
  • Maimonides 87
  • Ignaz Maybaum 90
  • Moses Mendelssohn 92
  • Claude Montefiore 95
  • Nahman of Bratzlav 97
  • Nahmanides 100
  • Philo 103
  • Leon Pinsker 105
  • Franz Rosenzweig 108
  • Richard Rubenstein 110
  • Saadiah Ben Joseph Gaon 113
  • Solomon Ibn Gabirol 116
  • Baruch Spinoza 119
  • Solomon Ludwig Steinheim 122
  • Hayyim Vital 124
  • Elie Wiesel 127
  • Sherwin Wine 130
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