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Nachman Krochmal and Leopold Zunz: On the Influence of the Moreh nevukhe ha-zeman on the Wissenschaft des Judentums

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AbstractThe seminal work of Leopold Zunz was deeply influenced by its Eastern European forerunners, especially by Nachman Krochmal and his students. The paper addresses the question whether and how Zunz was influenced by the Moreh nevukhe ha-zeman, Krochmals main work, which has been edited by him, especially with regard to his perception of Aggadah. The article tries to demonstrate that Krochmals observations on Aggadah were stimulated mostly by Azariah de’ Rossi, but they nevertheless left their imprint on Zunz, though indirectly through his followers from Galicia.


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