Ahad ha-Am (Ginsberg, Asher)

(1856-1927)
   Ukrainian Hebrew essayist. Born in the Ukraine, he lived in Odessa and Tel Aviv. He advocated spiritual Zionism, which he believed would lead to the founding of a national spiritual centre. His writings include six volumes of collected essays.

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  • Ahad HaAm — Ahad Ha am Ahad Ha am ou Asher Tzvi Ginsberg (1856 1927) est un penseur nationaliste et leader des Amants de Sion. Il est l un des pères de la littérature hébraïque moderne. Il naît en 1856 en Russie. Il signe son premier article «Lo zé hadérèh»… …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Asher Ginsberg — Achad Ha am, geb. als Ascher Ginsberg am 18. August 1856 in Skwyra bei Kiew, Ukraine; † 2. Januar 1927 in Tel Aviv, war ein zionistischer Aktivist, Hauptvertreter und „Erfinder“ des später so genannten Kultur Zionismus, der Lehre vom „geistiges… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ahad Ha'am — Achad Ha am, geb. als Ascher Ginsberg am 18. August 1856 in Skwyra bei Kiew, Ukraine; † 2. Januar 1927 in Tel Aviv, war ein zionistischer Aktivist, Hauptvertreter und „Erfinder“ des später so genannten Kultur Zionismus, der Lehre vom „geistiges… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Ahad Ha'am — Asher Zvi Hirsch Ginsberg (1856 1927), primarily known by his Hebrew name and pen name, Ahad Ha am, ( he. אחד העם, lit. one of the people , Genesis 26:10), was a Hebrew essayist, and one of the greatest pre state Zionist thinkers. With his… …   Wikipedia

  • Ahad Ha-Am — (Asher Hirsch Ginsberg) (1856–1927)    Hebrew writer and exponent of cultural Zionism. Among the important figures in the early Zionist movement, Ahad Ha Am has a place unlike that of any other. He was not a leader, an organizer or an orator, but …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • AḤAD HA-AM — (Asher Hirsch Ginsberg; 1856–1927), Hebrew essayist, thinker, and leader of Ḥibbat Zion movement. Aḥad Ha Am was born in Skvira, Kiev Province in Russia. He received a traditional Jewish education in the home of his father, a Ḥasid who was a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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