The Principle Of Mashiach And The Messianic Era Immanuel Shochet Persian Farsi

  • $300.00

Description: Rare book in Farsi.

Author: Jacob Immanuel Schochet (August 27, 1935 – July 27, 2013), Swiss-born Canadian rabbi, academic and scholar who wrote and lectured on the history and philosophy of Hasidism and on themes of Jewish thought and ethics. He was a member of the Chabad movement.
Background: Schochet was a son of Rabbi Dov Yehuda and Sarah Schochet. Rabbi Dov Yehuda Schochet was born in Telšiai (Telshe, Telz) Lithuania, and was an alumnus of the Telshe yeshiva. He served as rabbi in Basel, Switzerland from 1930 until 1947, and from 1947 to 1951 he served as chief rabbi of The Hague and the adjacent regional towns, in the Netherlands. Mrs. Schochet, née Mussensohn, was a scion of an illustrious Lithuanian rabbinical family. Shortly after emigrating to Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1951, Rabbi and Mrs. Schochet and most of their ten children joined the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.
Education: Rabbi Dr. J. Immanuel Schochet was born in Switzerland on August 27, 1935. Rabbi Dr. Schochet received his early education there and in the Netherlands. After moving to North America, he attended the Chabad Central Yeshiva Tomchei Temimim in New York from which he graduated in 1958. He developed a relationship with the Lubavitcher Rebbe even as a young student in the yeshiva, and thereafter the Rebbe urged and encouraged his academic pursuits and literary efforts. He received his academic education in Canada, attending the University of Toronto, University of Windsor, McMaster University, and University of Waterloo, he holds degrees of BA (Phil), MA (Religious Studies), MPhil (Phil) and PhD (Phil). His specialties in philosophy are Logic, Epistemology, Ethics, and Philosophy of Religion. His Master's thesis at McMaster University was titled: The Treatment of Anthropomorphism in Targum Onkelos (1966).His PhD thesis at the University of Waterloo was titled, The Psychological System of Maimonides (1974)

Scholarship:Schochet was an authority on Jewish Philosophy, Mysticism and Chabad Hasidism. He wrote 35 books, mostly on the history and philosophy of Chabad Hasidism. Other topics included biographies of the founder of modern Hasidism the Baal Shem Tov and the second generational leader of Hasidism Dov Ber of Mezeritch. Other published works focus on Chabad Hasidism and topics related to that Hasidic school of thought, including: Mystical Concepts in Chassidism, The Mystical Dimension (3 volumes), and annotated translations of the classical Hasidic texts Tanya, Tzava'at Harivash, and Likkutei Sichot. Most of Schochet's work was published by Kehot Publication Society and Merkos Publications, the publishing arms of the Chabad Lubavitch movement.

He also penned numerous articles in academic and popular publications dealing with philosophy, Jewish Mysticism and social-ethical issues. He has lectured at the Chabad societies at the universities of Yale, UCLA, Berkeley, McGill, Oxford, London, Cape Town, Melbourne, and has spoken to communities throughout the USA, Canada and Europe, Australia, South Africa, the Far East and Israel.

His book was translated by Yakov Yerushalmi into Persian, copyright 1992. Published by M.N.M. Milano Italia

Condition: This book is in like-new condition. Small tear to dust cover. All pages bright, crisp and new. No writing inside. Glossy perfect boards. Uncommon in general and in this condition.

Smart-phone users, click top right menu of phone, select 'request desktop site'. After the item reloads in desktop view, tap on main picture, it will open in spectacular viewing quality with zoom, enabling you to actually read the words on the pages and see tiny details. Tap side arrows to see next picture.

We accept payment by MO, Chk, All major Credit Cards and Paypal.

This listing has pictures of the actual book or books being sold, no stock-photos or photos of similar items, I took a complete set of new pictures especially for this listing and I have carefully described the condition of this specific item that you are looking at. Thank You.