Address : Republic Of Belarus, Minsk Region, Volozhin
, 222357, Ul.
See also these more conventional analyses: Harvey Shapiro, Educational Theory and Jewish Studies in Conversation: From Volozhin
to Buczacz (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2013), and Jacob Neusner, New Humanities and Academic Disciplines: The Case of Jewish Studies (Wipf and Stock, 2004).
(241) See generally Norman Lamm, Torah Lishmah in the Works of Rabbi Hayyim of Volozhin
and his Contemporaries (1989).
A direct descendent of Rav Chaim of Volozhin
, the greatest student of the Vilna Gaon, Peres immigrated at the age of 11 from what was then Poland (now Belarus) to Palestine, where he became aide de camp to David Ben-Gurion, the founder of the State of Israel.
Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin, Humash Haamek Davar (Jerusalem: Yeshivat Volozhin
, 1999), Vol.
(44) Impressed with his intellect, the rabbi sent Sender to the famed Volozhin
Yeshiva, where Jarmulowsky emerged with rabbinical ordination and impressive scholarly credentials.
The pillar of Volozhin
; Rabbi Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin and the world of nineteenth-century Lithuanian Torah scholarship.
Al, Il'in VK, Maksimovskii, Sidorenko AB, Istranov LP, Tsarev VN, Istranova E, Aboiants RK, Development and use of periodontal dressing of collagen and lactobacillus casei 37 cell suspension in combined treatment of periodontal disease of inflammatory origin: a microbiological study.
In the original text, as well as in Magnus' edition, readers gain access to a heder initiation ritual supposedly witnessed by Lilienthal, a dramatic formal promise he was said to have sworn to the Jewish community in Vilna, and his visit to Volozhin
. Wengeroff did not witness any of these events.
The great Rabbi Chaim Volozhin
writes in Ruach Chaim, "It is not good for a righteous man to be involved in the punishment of sinners.
His father, who left the village of Volozhin
in Russia's Pale of Settlement at the age of twelve, in 1892, had died almost a decade before I was born, so I never heard him speak except in the voices of his six children.
Rabbi Hayyim of Volozhin
The body is inclined to sin.