Buber, Solomon

(1827-1906)
   Galician rabbinic scholar. He was born in Lemberg and was a governor of the Austro-Hungarian Bank and the Galician Savings Bank. He published scholarly editions of midrashim, edited works by medieval scholars, and wrote on the history of the Jewish of Poland.

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  • BUBER, SOLOMON — (1827–1906), scholar and authority on midrashic and medieval rabbinic literature. Buber was born in Lemberg, Galicia, into a well known rabbinic family and devoted himself to the publication of scholarly editions of existing Midrashim, printed or …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BUBER, MARTIN — (1878–1965), philosopher and theologian, Zionist thinker and leader. Born in Vienna, Buber as a child lived in Lemberg with his grandfather solomon buber , the noted Midrash scholar. From 1896 he studied at the universities of Vienna, Leipzig,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • SOLOMON, SOLOMON JOSEPH — (1860–1927), English painter. Solomon was born in London where he settled and attained considerable social and professional popularity. When in 1918 he was appointed president of the Royal Society of British Artists, he wrote to a Jewish friend:… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Buber — is a surname. It may refer to:* Martin Buber, Austrian Jewish scholar, socialist, Zionist, and prominent advocate of a joint Jewish Arab state of Israel. * Solomon (Salomon/שְׁלֹמֹה) Buber (1827 1906), grandfather of Martin, Jewish scholar and… …   Wikipedia

  • Buber, Martin — born Feb. 8, 1878, Vienna, Austria Hungary died June 13, 1965, Jerusalem German Jewish religious philosopher and biblical translator. Brought up in Lemberg (now Lviv, Ukraine), he studied in Vienna, Berlin, Leipzig, and Zürich. Friedrich… …   Universalium

  • Buber, Martin — (1878–1965)    Israel philosopher. Buber bears out the adage that men are not prophets in their own country. In Jerusalem he was pointed out as a white bearded and fairly harmless professor, who collected chassidic tales (a Yiddish wag called… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Buber, Martin — (1878 1965)    Austrian theologian, grandson of Solomon Buber. He was born in Vienna. He joined the Zionist movement and became editor of Die Welt in 1901. He founded the Jewish National Council in Berlin during World War I and in 1916… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • FRIEDLAENDER (Friedland), SOLOMON JUDAH — (c. 1860–c. 1923), author and literary forger. Friedlaender gave contradictory biographical accounts of his life, claiming at various times to have been born in Hungary, Turkey, and Romania, but in all probability he was born in Beshenkovichi… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Salomon Buber — Solomon (or Salomon) Buber (1827 ndash;1906) was a Jewish Galician scholar and editor of Hebrew works. He is especially remembered for his editions of Midrash and other medieval Jewish manuscripts, and for the pioneering research surrounding… …   Wikipedia

  • Martin Buber — Full name Martin Buber Born February 8, 1878 Vienna, Austria Died June 13, 1965(1965 06 13) (aged 87) Jerus …   Wikipedia

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