Lilienblum, Moses Leib
- (1843-1910)Russian Hebrew writer, critic and political journalist. He was born in Kedainiai, near Kovno. He was initially attracted to the Haskalah and encouraged religious reform, but in his autobiography HattotNeurim (1876), he criti-cized the impracticality of the Haskalah movement and expressed his socialist ideas. After the pogroms of 1881 he became an advocate of Zionism and a leader and ideologist of Hibbat Zion; he published articles in Hebrew, Yiddish and Russian.
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LILIENBLUM, MOSES LEIB — (1843–1910), Hebrew writer, critic, and political journalist. Born in Kedainiai, near Kovno, Lilienblum was one of the leaders of the Haskalah in its last period and a leader of Hibbat Zion. His Life and Public Activity His first teachers were… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Lilienblum, Moses Leib — (1843–1910) Hebrew writer, religious reformer and Zionist. Lilienblum received an Orthodox education in Lithuania, but became a socialist, believing this would end anti Semitism. The pogroms of 1881 changed his ideas and he turned to Zionism.… … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
Lilienblum — Mose Löb Lilienblum (Moses Lilienblum / Moshe Leib Lilienblum, hebräisch: משה לייב לילינבלום; gelegentlich unter Pseudonym: Zelaphchad Bar Chuschim; * 22. Oktober 1843 in Kedahnen, Litauen; † 12. Februar 1910 in Odessa) war russisch jüdischer… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Moshe Leib Lilienblum — (משה לייב לילינבלום) was a Jewish scholar and author born at Keidany, Kovno, October 22, 1843. From his father he learned the calculation of the course of the stars in their relation to the Hebrew calendar (Ḥaṭṭot Ne urim, i. 15). At the age of… … Wikipedia
Moshe Leib Lilienblum — Mose Löb Lilienblum (Moses Lilienblum / Moshe Leib Lilienblum, hebräisch משה לייב לילינבלום; gelegentlich unter Pseudonym: Zelaphchad Bar Chuschim; * 22. Oktober 1843 in Kedahnen, Litauen; † 1 … Deutsch Wikipedia
BEILINSON (Belinson), MOSES ELIEZER — (1835–1908), Hebrew and Yiddish writer and publisher. He was born in Dubrovna (Russia). In 1860 he published a brochure Ẓevi la Ẓaddik containing an apologia for Judaism and an attack upon Christianity and Karaism. He translated Ludwig Philippson … Encyclopedia of Judaism
HEBREW LITERATURE, MODERN — definition and scope beginnings periodization … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ZIONISM — This article is arranged according to the following outline: the word and its meaning forerunners ḤIBBAT ZION ROOTS OF ḤIBBAT ZION background to the emergence of the movement the beginnings of the movement PINSKER S AUTOEMANCIPATION settlement… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Judaism — /jooh dee iz euhm, day , deuh /, n. 1. the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the precepts of the Old Testament and in the teachings and commentaries of the rabbis as found chiefly in the… … Universalium
HASKALAH — (Heb. הַשְׂכָּלָה), Hebrew term for the Enlightenment movement and ideology which began within Jewish society in the 1770s. An adherent of Haskalah became known as a maskil (pl. maskilim). The movement continued to be influential and spread, with … Encyclopedia of Judaism