|Translated title||Moses Mendelssohn 1729–1786. The Lifework of a Jewish Thinker of the German Enlightenment|
Wolfenbüttel, Germany, 1986. 195 pp., illustrations: 3 col., 155 b&w, 26 × 21 cm. German.
Herzog August Bibliothek (4–24 September 1986)
Mendelssohn’s evolution as a philosophical thinker, with particular emphasis on his scientific and literary works. Foreword by Paul Raabe. Introduction by Michael Albrecht. 19 sections on individual topics, including: Mendelssohn’s spiritual roots, biblical translation, concern with Jewish liberties, Jerusalem, and proof of God’s existence. Numerous title pages and portraits. In-depth scholarly entries. 147 items.