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Musar movement
Mussar-Bewegung {f}
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Übersetzung für 'Musar movement' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Musar movement
Mussar-Bewegung {f}relig.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The Rabbi of Novardok, Rabbi Yechiel Michel Epstein, although not a follower the musar movement, helped Horwitz to succeed.
  • The Musar movement arose among non-Hasidic Orthodox Lithuanian Jews as a response to the social changes brought about by the Enlightenment, and the corresponding Haskalah movement among many European Jews.
  • He grapples with his uninspired devotion, atheist-leaning doubts, and frequent disapproval of most everybody's behavior, based on the tenets of the Musar movement.
  • Zundel provided the spiritual inspiration for his most famous student, Rabbi Yisrael Salanter, the founder of the Musar movement.
  • 1824–1898), also known as Simhah Zissel Ziv or the "Alter of Kelm" (the Elder of Kelm), was one of the foremost students of Yisrael Salanter and one of the early leaders of the Musar movement.
  • Her areas of scholarly expertise include the thought of Abraham Isaac Kook, the modern Musar movement and the ideology of Mitnaggedism, and Judaism and gender.
  • The Musar movement has also made use of nigunim, based on the realization of how music affects the inner life.
  • Contemplation has also been central to the Musar movement.
  • Many Ashkenazi yeshivas' highest level lectures in Talmud and Halakha are delivered in Yiddish by the rosh yeshivas as well as ethical talks of the Musar movement.
  • Eliyahu Eliezer Dessler (1892 was a disciple of one of the main leaders of the Musar movement, Rabbi Simcha Zissel Ziv, best known as the "Alter (Elder) of Kelm".
  • Lipkin is recognized as the father of the Musar movement developed in 19th century Orthodox Eastern Europe, particularly among the Lithuanian Jews.
  • In 1896, Rabbi Yosef Yozel Horwitz founded one of the most famous Jewish higher educational religious institutions in Novogrudok, the Novardok Yeshiva, which was one of the largest and most important yeshivas in pre-war Europe and a powerful force in the Musar movement.
  • A century after his death, Luzzatto was rediscovered by the Musar movement, which adopted his ethical works.
  • Business ethics received special emphasis in the teaching of Rabbi Yisrael Lipkin Salanter (19th century), founder of the Musar movement in Eastern Europe.
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