See also:Breslau rabbinical semi-nary, founded by Z .
See also:Frankel, he became the successor of Abraham Geiger in the rabbinate of Breslau . He made important contributions to the
See also:history of the school of Aqiba (q.v.) as well as to the history of Jewish philosophy, his essays on
See also:Ibn Gabirol and
See also:Maimonides being of permanent worth . But his most influential
See also:work was connected with the relations between Jewish philosophy and the
See also:scholasticism . He showed how Albertus
See also:Magnus derived some of his ideas from Maimonides and how
See also:Spinoza was indebted to the same writer, as well as to Hasdai Crescas . These essays were collected in two volumes of Beitrdge zur Geschichte der Philosophic (1876)3 while another two volumes of Blicke in die Religionsgeschichte (188o–1883) threw much
See also:light on the development of religious thought in the early centuries of the Christian era . Equally renowned were Joel's
See also:pulpit addresses . Though he was no orator, his
See also:appeal to the reason was effective, and in their published
See also:form his three volumes of Predigten (issued posthumously) have found many readers . (I .
JULES FRANCOIS ALEXANDRE JOFFRIN (1846–189o)
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