This book has a history, but it is a history that will engage the interest of those only who have made the acquaintance of the book itself. Therefore I reserve it for the end of the second and last volume. There the reasons, purely internal, will appear why almost fifteen years elapsed between conceiving the plan to produce an "Ethics of Judaism" and its present realization. There, too, honest account shall be rendered of assistance sought and found by the author. Yet I cannot refrain from mentioning here a few at least of my friends and pupils who were good enough to give me their efficient aid especially while the book was passing through the press. Herewith I express my deep gratitude to Mr. Meyer Friedman, Reader at the . . .
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