Horovitz, Saul

(1859-1921)
   German talmudic scholar. He was born in Hungary. He became lecturer in religious philosophy and homiletics at the Breslau Rabbinical Seminary in 1896; later he served as religious tutor at the seminary. He wrote studies of Jewish and Islamic philosophy, and began to publish critical editions of the halakhic midrashim.

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