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Lithuanian Yeshivas of the Nineteenth CenturyCreating a Tradition of Learning$
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Shaul Stampfer

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9781874774792

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: February 2021

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781874774792.001.0001

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The Telz Yeshiva

The Telz Yeshiva

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(p.286) Ten The Telz Yeshiva
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Lithuanian Yeshivas of the Nineteenth Century
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Shaul Stampfer

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781874774792.003.0013

This chapter takes a look at a third type of yeshiva — the Telz yeshiva. This yeshiva was a reaction to the perceived disintegration of traditional society and the decline in Torah study, but with no new values: its founders wanted to produce Talmud scholars capable of making profound halakhic decisions. Its importance in the history of Lithuanian yeshivas lies in its new organizational patterns: whereas Volozhin and Slobodka modelled themselves on the beit midrash, Telz was more like a modern educational institution. Other yeshivas eventually followed suit to varying degrees, so in that sense Telz marked a final stage in the development of the Lithuanian system. Later changes were very minor.

Keywords:   Telz, Telz yeshiva, Talmud scholars, Torah study, modern educational institution, Lithuanian yeshivas, Eliezer Gordon, Zionism, social crisis

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