R. Judah "he-Hasid" and the Rabbinic Scholars of Regensburg: Interactions, Influences, and Implications
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Scholars of Hasidei Ashkenaz during the last hundred years have paid little attention to sections 1592 and 1593 in the Parma edition of Sefer Haoidim (hereafter SH)} To my mind, however, these sections shed considerable light on several questions about the nature and role the German pietists that have been raised recently. After presenting analytical summary of these sections, I propose to locate them not within the larger context of SH but also more broadly within medieval Ashkenazic rabbinic scholarship and culture. (from Introduction).
Kanarfogel, E. (2006). R. Judah “he-Hasid” and the Rabbinic Scholars of Regensburg: Interactions, Influences, and Implications. The Jewish Quarterly Review, 96(1), 17–37. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25470129
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