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  • Moreover, he understood philosophy to be the philosophy of science and logic to be the logic of science (where “science” has its broadest sense, which is best captured by the German word Wissenschaft).

    Nobody Knows Nothing

  • Armin Ehrenzweig, “Kain und Lamech,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 35 1915: 1ff.


  • Zeydner, “Kainszeichen, Keniter und Beschneidung,” Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 18 (1898): 120–26, and Theodor Reik, “Das Kainszeichen,” Imago 5 (1917–1919): 31–42.


  • Jans-Jorg and I head back to the Institut für Politische Wissenschaft, my new summer job, where I am to meet the Lehrstuhl II, Clemens Kauffmann, for lunch.

    Mungowitz in Deutschland--Day 2

  • As a research fellow at the Akademie fur die Wissenschaft des Judentums in Berlin, Stern Taeubler published her first book and began composing her magnum opus, a three-volume study of Jewry in eighteenth century Prussia.

    Personal Information for Selma Taeubler

  • Peter Schmitts Langenscheidts Fachwörterbuch Technik und angewandte Wissenschaft is supposed to be one of the best technical dictionaries out there.

    A word on dictionaries for German translators (and perhaps other languages) « Musings from an overworked translator

  • However, since his parents could not afford to send him to university, he registered — with the help of the local rabbi — at the Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums in Berlin, a center for the scientific study of Judaism and a rabbinical seminary.

    Esther Herlitz.

  • Initiative Wissenschaft. 1 (1990): 24 – 36 and 2 (1991): 20 – 22; Andraschko, Elisabeth “Elise Richter – eine Skizze ihres Lebens.”

    Elise Richter.

  • Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 107 (1995): 240 – 246.

    Jael: Bible.

  • In 1924, she matriculated at the Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums, founded in Berlin in 1872.

    Regina Jonas.


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  • May 22, 2010

  • New Oxford American Dictionary- the systematic pursuit of knowledge, learning, and scholarship (esp. as contrasted with its application).

    ORIGIN German, literally ‘knowledge, science.’

    May 22, 2010