Archive - Atlas, Samuel Correspondence
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The Samuel Atlas Correspondence consists of correspondence with Jehiel Jacob Weinberg.
- Creation: circa 1920s-1960s
- Atlas, Samuel (Person)
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Samuel Atlas was professor emeritus of philosophy and Talmud at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, and an authority on the philosophers Maimonides and Kant. He was ordained as a rabbi in Lithuania and earned a doctor of philosophy degree at the University of Giessen in 1928. From 1929 to 1934, he lectured in philosophy and Talmud at the Institute of Jewish Studies of Warsaw, and at Cambridge University from 1935-1939. He began teaching at Hebrew Union College in 1942.
Samuel Atlas Dead at 77. (1977). Jewish Telegrahic Agency. Retrieved from http://www.jta.org/1977/07/29/archive/samuel-atlas-dead-at-77.
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- Preliminary Guide to the Samuel Atlas Correspondence
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