The Modern Period in Jewish History: Its Distinctiveness, Essence, and Shape

Ben-Zion Dinur



The terms “recent generations” or “modern times” are commonly employed to denote the period of history which is close to us not only in time, but also in character—in its material circumstances, philosophical outlook, and general view of life. The problems which exercised the people of that period, the goals which they set themselves and the…

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