They had ideological opposi- tion to the Torah but did not use the Torah itself for the sake of [developing] their errors.
In our times, we are witness to a strange phenomenon that has never existed previously. Heretics are using holiness as a base for their heresy, like those who create heresy from within the text itself, and those who utilize holy concepts like the land of Israel and the Hebrew language [for the sake of heresy]. Flohr eds. Studies presented to Nahum N. An Intellectual Biography, Chicago , pp. George Y. I wish to thank Dr. Kohler for sharing his expertise as well as for sharing the manuscript of his unpublished article. From Berlin to Jerusalem and Back, trans.
Jeffrey Green, Waltham , pp. These callous, audacious forgers come to criticize, as if such a thing could be done, the Tanakh and the Torah in their entirety. And with their intelligence, which becomes twisted due to their bad charac- ter traits and their desires, they delve into the outermost parts of the Torah in order to allow themselves to renounce it according to their corrupt desire. He was opposed to and appalled by Wissenschaft for its own sake, viewing it as a function of evil.
For him, nothing was more holy than the study of the Torah. The attempt to see it as something constructed by human beings, to examine it within an academic framework or to discredit it to any degree was, for him, the ultimate in sacrilege. However, over time, Orthodox forms of Wissenschaft developed. They provoked two diametrical- ly opposite reactions within Orthodox circles: One denigrated Wissenschaft completely; the other co-opted it.
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Samson Raphael Hirsch. His view was that because Wissen- schaft des Judentums initially set out to desecrate Judaism, no aspect of it could be sanctioned. Hirsch, one could not accept that part which was lawful separately from the unlawful, if one would thereby endorse the unlawful. Hirsch unabashedly rejected any potential con- tributions made by Wissenschaft because of the motives of its founders. All products of this enterprise were disallowed by association, even if they were 82 MM4, p. The translations are mine, E. German- Jewish Reception of Biblical Criticism, trans.
Michelle Engel, Berlin , p. Hirsch, Collected Writings, vol. See also Gafni, Emergence of Critical Scholarship, p. Translation in Breuer, Modernity within Tradition, p. Esriel Hildesheimer and R. David Zvi Hoffmann — , the leaders of the Orthodox rabbinical seminary in Berlin, made use of Wissenschaft des Judentums. Dessler never explicitly referred to Orthodox Wissenschaft, there are three anecdotal incidents that give us an indication of his perspec- tive. The first is a statement by David Zvi Hilman — , one of the original students of R.
Dessler in Ponevezh.
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He writes that when R. Dessler expressed no further objection. Meyer, Jewish Scholarship and Identity, p. Breuer, Modernity Within Tradition, p.
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