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The Jewish Theological Seminary of Breslau and the Rabbinical College of Padua: A Comparison

their founding and the nature of the Jewish contexts of which they were a part, (2) their courses and programmes, and (3) the fundamental inspiration behind them. Both schools closed prematurely, but for different reasons. And both enjoyed a new life in North America, exercising a joint influence on a figure who, in the last decades of the nineteenth century, was one of the promoters of the conservative movement within Judaism. I am referring to Sabato Morais, who, though from Livorno, had ties with the Jewish community of Padua and was familiar with Central

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