Raphael Mahler's scientific contributions

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... Scholarly research has tended to emphasize the products of Orthodoxy and Haskalah in contrast with one another, examining the spectrum of Jewish reactions to the "penetration" of the Jewish world by modernity. At the same time, the 19th-century Jewish bourgeoisie has been studied (Mahler 1985;Sorkin 1987, pp. 107-23;Kaplan 1991)-alongside the working class (Mendelsohn 1970)-as the direct result of processes like emancipation, acculturation, industrialization, urbanization, and secularization. ...