Thursday, March 2, 2017

American Radicalism, Rare American Jewish History and one ringer.

Pamphlets are a large part of my inventory. Below is a selection of some of the more interesting English language pamphlets and ephemeral items that have come through in the past couple of months. Mostly American radicalism with a Jewish connection (though mostly tenuous) and a couple of rare items specifically Jewish.

   Alpert, William I. Auxiliary Brooklyn Hebrew Home & Hospital for the Aged [fund-raising letter]. Brooklyn, New York, Auxiliary Brooklyn Hebrew Home & Hospital for the Aged , c. 1927. Royal octavo, paper covers, 4 pp., creased across the center horizontally, b/w photos and a political cartoon on the rear. Softbound. Very Good. A fund raising letter/ brochure. The Brooklyn Hebrew Home was founded in 1907 and continues today at a different location and under the name Metropolitan Jewish Health System. Some images from the Brooklyn Visual Heritage archive can be found here.  (83396)     $18.00

    Cohn, Michael A. Some Questions and an Appeal. New York, Independent Sacco-Vanzetti Committee, 1927. Octavo, stapled paper covers with minor wear to the spine, 11 pp., minor soiling to the rear cover. Softbound. Good. Cohn was involved with the defense of the most important American Anarchists beginning with Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman. This is Cohn's third and last publication on Sacco and Vanzetti. Uncommon. (83374)     $95.00

   Fraina, Luis C. Revolutionary Socialism: A Study in Socialist Reconstruction. New York, The Communist Press, Publishers, 1918. Small octavo, paper covers with wear at the spine ends, 246 pp. Softbound. Fraina was a product of the hard-scrabble streets of the Bowery. He came to socialism and then to communism through his own program of self-education. He was one of the founders of the American Communist Party. His European and Soviet travels in 1919-1920 led to probably fallacious accusation of espionage. He had a long and active life, spending time in Mexico in the 1920s, and becoming an active Lovestonite in the latter part of the 1930s. He broke with communism in 1940. He died in the early 1950s while being hounded by the House Un-American Activities Committee and his old friends from the Communist Party. Very Good-. Signed by Fraina (later known as Lewis Corey) on the free front endpaper. (81972)      $50.00
  Goldman, Emma. The Truth About the Boylsheviki. ["Dedicated as my last contribution before going to Jefferson City, Mo., prison for two years, to the Boylsheviki in Russia in appreciation of their glorious work and their inspiration in awakening Boylshevism in America."]. New York, Mother Earth Publishing Ass'n., [1918]. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 12 pp., small chips at the open corners of the rear panel. Softbound. Good. Uncommon. (83375)       $295.00

   Hillquit, Morris, preface by. The Trial of Scott Nearing and the American Socialist Society. Presiding Judge - Julius M. Mayer. Attorneys: - For the Government: Earl B. Barnes. For the Defense: Seymour Steadman of Chicago, S. John Block of New York, Walter Nelles of New York, I.M. Sackin of New York, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, New York City, February 5th to 19th, 1919. New York, The Rand School of Social Science, 1919. Duodecimo, paper covers, 249 pp., ads. Softbound. Nearing was acquitted but the the American Socialism Society was not. Nearing's radical socialism faded into the background of his Tolstoyan preaching of simple living. This is how I knew him in my youth and his old age. He one of the few figures from the teens whose activity ran from the teens through the eighties. Very Good.  (81974)    $27.50

   Panken, Jacob. Socialism for America. New York, Rand School Press, c. 1933. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 16 pp. Softbound. Very Good. Briefly inscribed by the author on the front cover. Panken was a major figure in the Socialist Party of America in the first third of the Twentieth Century. He served as a municipal court judge in New York City for ten years and ran for many other higher offices as the Socialist candidate unsuccessfully. He was eventually pushed out of the party late in his career and founded the Social Democratic  Federation. Sadly he was also active in the anti-Zionist camp. (82004)     $35.00

   Rosenberg, Arthur. Label-Advertising or Bootlegging? The Alternatives Under NIRA's Prohibitions. New York, The Author, 1933. Octavo, stapled paper covers with mild soiling, 12 pp., political cartoon. Softbound. The history of advertising is tied up in the history of prohibition and the subsequent effort to rectify all of the falsehood that was of the essence of bootleg liquor advertising. Good.  (82006)        $40.00

   Sacher, H. A Hebrew University for Jerusalem. Zionist Pamphlets No. 4. London, "The Zionist", 1915. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 16 pp. Softbound. Very Good. An uncommon pamphlet and an early one on the subject of a Jewish university in the Land of Israel. Sacher was a lawyer with office in both Mandate Palestine and London. He was active in the actual work that led to the creation of Hebrew University. (83398)      $75.00

   Weinberger, Harry. Free Speech and Free Press. The first casualties of war are Free Speech and Free Press. New York, The Author, [c. 1917]. Duodecimo, stapled paper covers, 8 pp. Softbound. Very Good. Reprinted from "The FRA." Undated. Because it discusses the Irish Revolt it can't be dated earlier than 1917. The 1917 date of US entry into World War One seems another logical reason to date the pamphlet 1917 as well. Worldcat usually lists 1917, but there is one date entry that places the date at 1944. Perhaps the item was reprinted by Weinberger again during the Second World War. The type face indicates the teens more than the 40s, but if the item was a reprint then that might be of no consequence. I'll bet on 1917 as the date, but with the above concerns as noted. (82007)      $25.00
   Ritual of Chevra Rofa Cholim, including Opening, Closing, Initiation and Installation Ceremonies, The Order of Business and Funeral Ritual. [San Francisco], Chevra Rofa Cholim, 1890s. 16mo, black cloth with gold lettering, marbled pastedown endpapers, 13 pp., two sheets loose. Hardbound. Good. Chevra Rofa Cholim was one of the many Jewish burial societies in San Francisco in the 1890s. There are no copies listed in Worldcat and the book does not appear in Sara Cogan's bibliography on the Jews of San Francisco and I could not locate it in Kaganoff's "Judaica Americana." The Magnes Museum collection which was surrendered to the Bancroft Library may include a copy of this book, but if so, it has not been cataloged. A rare book and perhaps a unicum. (83291)      $350.00

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Selections on the History of Medicine among the Jews

A selection of books on Jewish Medical History. The last of our Medical posts.

Berger, Natalia, edited by. Jews and Medicine: Religion, Culture, Science. Based on the Exhibit at Beth Hatefutsoth, The Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora. Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society, 1995. ISBN: 0-8276-0644-3. Quarto in dust jacket, 275 pp., b/w and color illustrations, contributors, photography credits, ink-stamps, wear to the rear free endpaper. Hardbound. Good. Preface by Giora Goren. Articles are "Why Medicine?" Berger, "Healing in Jewish Law and Lore," Samuel S. Kollek, "Medical Treatises in the Middle Ages," Ron Barkai, "The Marriage of Science and Ethics," Aaron Feingold, "Jewish Folk Medicine," Hagit Matras, "The Era of Modern Medicine," Thomas Schlich, "Jewish Doctors in Central Europe," Gerhard Baader, "Jewish Women in Medicine," Harriet Pass Freidenreich, "Sigmund Freud," Peter Gay, "Jewish Medicine during the Holocaust, Daniel Nadav, "Jewish Physicians in the U.S.A.," Theodore M. Brown, "Nobel Prize Winners," "Medical Services in the Holy Land," Shumel Nissan, "Israel's Health Care System," Shifra Shvarts. (81382)      $10.00

Berger, Stephen A., compiled and edited by. The Infectious Diseases of Israel. Jerusalem, Gefen Publishing House, 1991. ISBN: 965-229-073-4. Octavo in dust jacket, xii, 179 pp., seventy-five figures, references, index. Hardbound. Very Good.  (82510)     $35.00

Collins, Kenneth. Go and Learn: the international story of Jews and Medicine in Scotland. Aberdeen, Scotland, Aberdeen University Press, 1988. ISBN: 0-08-036408-X. Octavo in dust jacket, frontispiece illustration, xxii, 193 pp., b/w illustrations, tables, glossary, bibliography, index, small ink-stamps to the edges. Hardbound. Very Good-.  (76104)      $15.00

Feingold, Aaron J. Three Jewish Physicians of the Renaissance: The Marriage of Science and Ethics. Tel Aviv, American Friends of Beth Hatefutsoth, The Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, 1996. ISBN: 0-9653735-0-9. Duodecimo, illustrated paper covered boards, 60 pp., two illustrations, source notes. Hardbound. Very Good.  (82506)     $7.95

Finkel, Abraham Yaakov. In My Flesh I See God: A Treasury of Rabbinic Insights about the Human Anatomy. Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, 1995. ISBN: 1-56821-425-1. Octavo in dust jacket, xxviii, 356 pp., notes, glossary, passages cited, index. Hardbound. Very Good.  (10039)     $29.95

Freeman, David L. and Abrams, Judith Z., edited by. Illness and Health in the Jewish Tradition: Writings from the Bible to Today. Philadelphia, The Jewish Publication Society, 1999. First Edition. ISBN: 0-8276-0673-7. Octavo, frontispiece photo, xxviii, 291 pp., additional reading, historical background, notes and credits. Hardbound. Very Good.  (66167)     $12.00

Friedenwald, Harry. The Jews and Medicine: Essays.
New York, KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 1967. Octavos, gray cloth with gold lettering, xxxvi, 390 pp., b/w illustrations + x, 391-817 pp., b/w illustrations, works of reference, index. Hardbound. Very Good.  (66117)     $35.00

Linenthal, Arthur J. First A Dream: The History of Boston's Jewish Hospitals 1896 to 1928. Boston, Massachusetts, Beth Israel Hospital in association with The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, 1990. First Edition. ISBN: 0-9626606-0-4. Octavo in dust jacket, frontispiece photo, xxii, 737 pp., b/w photos, maps, appendixes, general sources and abbreviations, notes, index of personal names, index of subjects. Hardbound. Very Good. Inscribed by the author on the free front endpaper. (20818)     $10.00

Nowak, Janie Brown. The Forty-Seven Hundred: the story of The Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing. Canaan, New Hampshire, Phoenix Publishing, 1981. First Edition. ISBN: 0-914016-79-2. Octavo in dust jacket with one tear along the open edge, xiv, 146 pp., b/w photos, chronology, sources, list of illustrations, index. Hardbound. Very Good. Edited, produced and illustrated by the Historical Study Committee. (15804)      $10.00


Preuss, Julius. Biblical and Talmudical Medicine. Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson Inc., 1993. ISBN: 1-56821-134-1. Octavo, glossy paper covers, xxxii, 653 pp., bibliography, index. Softbound. Very Good. Preface by Immanuel Jakobovits. Translated and edited by Dr. Fred Rosner. (79939)     $27.00

Rosner, Fred. Medicine in the Bible & the Talmud: Selections from Classical Jewish Sources. New York, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., Yeshiva University Press, 1977. ISBN: 0-87068-326-8. Octavo, paper covers with a worn spot to the front cover, xiv, 247 pp., glossary of Rabbinical Authorities and Commentaries, indices. Softbound. Very Good-.  (30511)     $12.00

Rosner, Fred, edited by. Pioneers in Jewish Medical Ethics. Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, Inc., 1997. ISBN: 0-7657-9968-5. Octavo in dust jacket, xxii, 254 pp., index. Hardbound. Very Good.  (15637)     $15.00

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Practical guides for ill and suffering Jewish people and their doctors and care-givers.

A miscellany of works on pregnancy, birth, the medical aspect of Berit Milah, family planning, life in hospital, mental health, depression, chaplaincy, Shabbat observance, terminal illness, and end of life care. All can be ordered through the hollanderbooks website. A full list of our holdings in the area of Jewish Medicine you can find the list here.

Abraham, Abraham S. Halachot for the Physician on the Shabbat & Festivals. Jerusalem, The Dr. Falk Schlesinger Institute for Medical-Halachic Research at Sha'are Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, 1995. ISBN: 965-7011-02-7. 32mo, paper covers, 130, glossary, index. Softbound. Very Good. Translated from Voume 5 of Nishmat Avraham: Medical Halachah for Patients & Physicians. A pocket guide. (82768)    $12.00

Cohen, Eugene J. Guide to Ritual Circumcision and Redemption of the First-Born Son. New York, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., 1984. ISBN: 0-88125-018-X. Octavo, printed paper covered boards with wear at the base of the spine from the removal of a label, frontispiece drawing by Chaim Gross, xvi, 200 pp., b/w illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, ink-stamps, wear to the rear free endpaper. Hardbound. Good.  (82067)      $125.00

Finkelstein, Baruch, Finkelstein, Michal. B'Sha'Ah Tovah: The Jewish Woman's Clinical and Halachic Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth. Jerusalem/ New York, Feldheim Publishers, 1993. ISBN: 0-87306-629-4. Octavo, glossy paper covered boards, xxx, 310 pp., warning signs during pregnancy, breast self-examination, RDA nutrition chart, a note about Tay-Sachs Disease, Hebrew appendix, glossary, glossary of medical terms, Hebrew childbirth lexicon, index. Hardbound. Very Good. Foreword by Rabbi Zev Leff. (82505)      $27.50

Grazi, Richard V., edited by. Be Fruitful and Multiply: Fertility Therapy and the Jewish Tradition. Jerusalem, Genesis Jerusalem Press, distributed by Philip Feldheim, Inc., 1994. ISBN: 0-9630936-4-9. Octavo in dust jacket, xiv, 220 pp., an explanation of Rabbinic terms used in this book, contributors. Hardbound. Very Good. With an Introduction by Lord Immanuel Jakobovitz (56092)      $29.95

Lamm, Maurice. The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning. New York, Jonathan David Publishers, 1969 [1981]. ISBN: 0-8246-0126-2. Octavo, paper covers, xx, 265 pp., notes, bibliography, glossary, index. Hardbound. Good.  (51755)   $2.95

Lamm, Maurice and Kinzbrunner, Barry M. The Jewish Hospice Manual: A Guide to Compassionate End-of-Life Care for Jewish Patients and their Families. New York and Miami, Florida, The National Institute for Jewish Hospice and Vitas: Innovative Hospice Care, 2006. 2nd Printing. Octavo, paper covers with yellow plastic spiral binding, v, 137 pp. Softbound. Very Good.  (82882)      $18.00

Schur, Tsvi G. Illness and Crisis: Coping the Jewish Way. New York, NCSY, 1987. ISBN: 1-879016-07-9. Octavo, glossy paper covers, 95 pp., bibliography. Softbound. Very Good.  (81828)     $2.95

Tendler, Moshe David. Pardes Rimonim: A Manual for the Jewish Family. Hoboken, New Jersey, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., 1988. ISBN: 0-88125-144-5. Octavo, glossy paper covers, xviii, 126 pp. Softbound. Very Good.  (82512)      $4.95

Twerski, Abraham J. Getting Up When You're Down: A mature discussion of an adult malady - depression and related conditions. Brooklyn, New York, Shaar Press, distributed by Mesorah Publications, ltd., 1997. ISBN: 0-89906-273-3. Octavo in dust jacket, 158 pp. Hardbound. Very Good.  (82756)     $9.95

Twerski, Abraham J. Self-Improvement? -I'm Jewish: Overcoming Self-Defeating Behavior. Brooklyn, New York, Shaar Press Publication, 1996. ISBN: 0-89906-583-X. Octavo in dust jacket, 111 pp. Hardbound. Very Good.  (21959)      $9.50

Weiner, Jason. Guide to Traditional Jewish Observance in a Hospital. Los Angeles, The Author, 2012. Octavo, paper covers, 109 pp. Softbound. Very Good.  (82591)      $18.00




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Medical Halakhah.

Various studies on Medical Halakhah from our recent acquisition in Jewish medicine. Some works are general and some are quite specific. There is clearly no consensus on the correct transliteration of the work Halakhah. As opposed to another imminent post that will offer books with more patient oriented texts this selection is primarily of interest to Rabbis, medical professionals and scholars. Quantities vary. All can be ordered through the hollanderbooks website. A full list of our holdings in the area of Jewish Medicine you can find the list here.

Abraham, Abraham S. Comprehensive Guide to Medical Halachah. An Updated and Expanded Edition of  "Medical Halachah for Everyone. A comprehensive guide to Jewish medical law in sickness and health." Jerusalem/ New York, Feldheim Publishers, 1990. ISBN: 0-87306-529-8. Octavo in edgeworn, 248 pp., glossary, index, abbreviations in the Hebrew references, Hebrew bibliography, yellowed paper. Hardbound. Very Good. Text is in English with Hebrew.  (82518)     $15.00

Bleich, J. David. Bioethical Dilemmas: A Jewish Perspective. Hoboken, NJ, KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 1998. ISBN: 0-88125-473-8. Octavo in dust jacket, xiv, 375 pp., index of Biblical and Talmudic Sources, general index. Hardbound. Very Good.  (82500)      $27.50

Bleich, J. David. Judaism and Healing: Halakhic Perspectives. New York, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., Yeshiva University Press, 1981. ISBN: 0-87068-891-X. Octavo, paper covers, xiv, 199 pp., bibliography, indexes. Softbound. Very Good.  (64113)      $7.95

Bleich, J. David. Time of Death in Jewish Law. New York, Z. Berman Publishing Co., 1991. Octavo in dust jacket, 178, 90 pp. Hardbound. Very Good. With a Hebrew language section at the rear reproducing much of the English text, but not all. (82752)     $24.00

Eidensohn, Daniel, compiled by. Yad Moshe: Index to the Igros Moshe of Rav Moshe Feinstein ZTL. Brooklyn, New York, The compiler, 1987. Quarto, paper covers, 102 pp. Softbound. Very Good.  (82596)     $30.00

Feinstein, Moshe. Responsa of Rav Moshe Feinstein: Translation and  by Moshe Dovid Tendler. Volume 1: Care of the Critically Ill. Hoboken, New Jersey, KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 1996.. ISBN: 0-88125-444-4. Octavo, glossy paper covered boards, viii, 213 pp., with the original Hebrew texts. Hardbound. Very Good.  (82499)     $79.95

Feldman, Emanuel and Wolowelsky, Joel B. Jewish Law and the New Reproductive Technologies. Hoboken, New Jersey, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., 1997. ISBN: 0-88125-586-6. Octavo in dust jacket, viii, 186 pp., notes. Hardbound. Very Good. Introduction by the editors. Articles are "Rabbinic Conception of Conception: An Exercise in Fertility," Edward Reichman, "Generation, Gestation and Judaism," Azriel Rosenfeld, "In Vitro Fertilization: Questions of Maternal Identity and Conversion," J. David Bleich, "Ovum Donations: A Rabbinic Conceptual Model of Modernity," Ezra Bick, "Maternal Identity Revisited," J. David Bleich, "Male Fertility: Halakhic Issues in Investigation and Management," Yoel Jacobovits, "Sperm Banking in Anticipation of Infertility," J. David Bleich, "Halakhic Approaches to the Resolution of Disputes Concerning the Disposition of Preembyros," Yitzchok A. Breitowitz. (82759)     $4.95

Freudenthal, Gad, edited and with an introduction by. AIDS in Jewish Thought and Law. Hoboken, NJ, KTAV Publishing House, Inc,, 1998. ISBN: 0-88125-610-2. Octavo, glossy paper covered boards, lxvi, 175 pp. Hardbound. Very Good. Articles are "Only a Moral Revolution Can Contain This Scourge," Lord Immanuel Jakobovits, "Memorandum on AIDS," Jakobovits, "Halachic Perspectives on AIDS," Jakobovits, "AIDS: A Traditional Response," Barry Freundel, "AIDS: A Jewish View," Fred Rosner, "AIDS: Jewish Perspectives," Abraham Steinberg, "The Problem of AIDS in a Jewish Perspective," David Novak, "An Analysis of Some Social Issues Related to HIV from the Perspective of Jewish Law and Values," Benjamin Freedman, "Compulsory Testing and Treatment for Aids," Shlomo Deichowsky, "Brit Milah and the Specter of AIDS," Alfred S. Cohen, "Response to AIDS by the Jewish Community," Fred Rosner, "Reform Responsa on AIDS," "Statements on AIDS by Jewish Organizations in the United States." (82513)     $15.00

Halperin, M., edited by. Asya: ma'amarim, tamtsiyot u-sekirot be-inyene halakhah u-refu'ah. Hoveret Mem"bet-Mem"Gimel, Nisan 747 (April 1987), (Kerakh Yud"Alef Hoveret Bet-Gimel)/ Assia: Original Articles, Abstracts and reports on Matters of Halachah and Medicine, No. 42-43, Nissan 5747 (April 1987) (Vol. 11, No. 2-3). Jerusalem, The Dr. Falk Schlesinger Institute for Medical-Halachic Research at Shaare Zedek Medical Center, 1987. Octavo, black cloth with gold lettering, 160 pp. Hardbound. Very Good. Text is in Hebrew. (82728)     $22.50

Herring, Basil F. Jewish Ethics and Halakhah for Our Time: Sources and Commentary. Volume II. Hoboken, New Jersey, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., Yeshiva University Press, 1989. Octavo, glossy paper covered boards, xxiv, 279 Softbound. Very Good.  (82504)  A third of the volume is devoted to Biomedical ethics.   $27.50

Jakobovits, Immanuel. Dear Chief Rabbi: From the Correspondence of Chief Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits on Matters of Jewish Law, Ethics and Contemporary Issues 1980-1990. Hoboken, New Jersey, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., 1995. ISBN: 0-88125-471-1. Octavo in dust jacket, xviii, 298 pp., glossary, index. Hardbound. Very Good. Edited by Jeffrey M. Cohen. (18456)     $20.00

Koenigsberg, Mordechai. Halachah & Medicine Today: Selections from Halakhah ve-Refuah. Expects Discuss the Application of Halachah to Contemporary Medical Practice. Jerusalem, Feldheim Publishers and Regensberg Institute Machon Ha-Rav Hershler, Institute for the Advanced Study of Halachah and Medical Problems, 1997. ISBN: 0873067967. Octavo in dust jacket, xii, 261 pp. Hardbound. Very Good. Edited by Rabbi Moshe Hershler. Introduction by Oscar A. Novick. Foreword by Eliyahu Rafael Heischerik. Preface by the editor. Articles are "May actions not directly associated with the saving of life be performed on Shabbat on behalf of the critically ill?" R. Ovadia Yosef, "The observant physician and Shabbat," Moshe Feinstein, "The concept of danger to life as it pertains to Shabbat and to fasting on Yom Kippur," Shabtai Avraham Rappaport, "Are Shabbat restrictions set aside to save a fetus?" Moshe Hershler, "Regarding a physician traveling to a sick person on Shabbat," Yehoshua Neuwirth, "Accompanying a patient to the hospital on Shabbat," Chaim Porush, "Treatment of a non-Shabbat observer on Shabbat," Ovadia Yosef and Moshe Feinstein, "Performing Shabbat-prohibited acts by means of a non-Jew," Yehoshua Neuwirth, "On a physician's obligation to consider the patient's own assessment of the seriousness of his illness on Shabbat," Isaac Silberstein, "The patient's feelings as a basis for halachic decisions on Shabbat," Dov Ehrlich, "Taking bloom and giving injections on Shabbat," Aaron Buchman, "Blood tests on Shabbat for neonatal jaundice," Eliezer Judah Waldenberg, "Attaching medical equiptment to patients on Shabbat," Levi Yitzchak Halperin, "Non-permanent writing on Shabbat," Yitzchak Yaakov Weiss, Shlomo Zlaman Auerbach & Levi Yitzchak Halpern, "Issues regarding the use of a microphone and a tape recorded on Shabbat," Chaim David Regensberg, "Use of a voice-controlled diagnostic computer on Shabbat," Zeev Low, "On the use of fax machines on Shabbat and Yom Tov in hospitals," Zeev Low, "Halachic problems in diagnosing and preventing infection on Shabbat," Meir Isaacson, "Medicines and remedies on Shabbat," Moshe Hershler, "A guide to treating eye disorders on Shabbat," Eliezer Judah Waldenberg, Moshe Hershler, and Elchanan Yedvab, "Medical therapy on Yom Tov," Benjamin Hirschman, "Therapeutic measurements on Shabbat," Moshe Hershler, "Brushing teeth on Shabbat," Chaim David Regensberg, "Bathing and swimming for paralyzed patients on Shabbat," Joshua Moshe Aronson, "Use of an electric blanket for the sick on Shabbat," Chaim David Regensberg, "Using modern cooking facilities on Shabbat," Yisrael Rosen, "Use of an electric oven for cooking and baking on Yom Tov," Zeev Low, "Use of automatic electric doors on Shabbat," Levi Yitzchak Halperin, "Scheduling an operation within three days of Shabbat," Menachem Mendel Schneerson, "Compensation for medical treatment on Shabbat," Chaim Porush, "Choosing between an observant and a non-observant physician," Moshe Feinstein, "The obligation to save life," Moshe Hershler, "Halachic issues regarding the treatment of kidney failure," Moshe Meiselman, "The Jewish attitude to the deaf," Yitzchak Shapiro, "Moral problems in the treatment of the elderly," Arnold J. Rosen, "Surrogate motherhood," Eliyahu Refael Heisherik. (82755)     $60.00

Levin, Faitel. Halacha, Medical Science and Technology: Perspectives on Contemporary Halacha Issues. New York, Maznaim Publishing Corporation, 1987. Octavo in dust jacket, x, 210 pp. Hardbound. Very Good.  (82776)     $19.95

Roodyn, Paltiel, translated and arranged by. Pathways in Medicine: A Journal of Topics in Medicine in the Spirit of Halacha and Jewish Thought. Netanya, Israel, Kiryat Sanz, Laniado Hospital, 1995. ISBN: 1-56871-060-7. Octavo, glossy paper covered boards, 167 pp. Hardbound. Very Good. Preface by Rabbi Meier S. Eisemann. Articles are "The World is Built on Torah Righteousness," Y. Halberstam, "The Torah of Lovingkindness," Halberstam, "Principles of Administration of the Hospital," Halberstam, "The Practice of Medicine Fulfils Hashem's Wishes," Eliyohu Shmuel Schmerler, "Washing a Patient with Hot Waters on the Sabbath," Halberstam, "The Jewish Meaning of Life," Asher Weiss, "Use of Disposable Diapers and Adhesive Plasters on the Sabbath," Chayim Pinchus Scheinberg, "Laniado Hospital as a Torah Institution," Moshe Feinstein, "Five Medical Topics," Feinstein, "Use of a Digital Contact Thermometer on the Sabbath," Eliezer Yehuda Waldenberg," "'Family Planning' according to Jewish Law," Yaakov Landau, "Psychiatry and Religion," Shlomo Wolbe, "Can an Ambulance Return to Its Station on the Sabbath," Israel Zalmanowitz, "The Gynaecological Examination," Shmuel Ha-Levi Wosner, "Inducing Birth for the Sake of Convenience," Menashe Klein, "Taking Medicine on the Sabbath," Chayim David Leifer, "Heart Transplants," Shmuel HaLevi Wosner," "Abortion for an Expectant Mother with German Measles," Meir Bransdorfer, "The Test-Tube and the 'Recipient Mother," Moshe Sternbuch, "Is a Particular Doctor Decreed to Cure a Patient?" Yitchak Zilberstein, "'Why Did You Save My Father's Life?" Yitzchak Zilberstein, "Operating on a Critically Ill Mother to Save a Fetus," Zilberstein, "Violating the Sabbath for One Who Has Deliberately Endangered His Life," Gabriel Zinner, "Abortion in the First Forty Days," Aharon Wieder, "Treating a Patient on Yom Kippur," Shmuel Baruch Werner, "Treatment of Non-Jewish Patients," Moshe Sternbuch, "Jewish Medical Care in Tiberias 1892-1896," Yisoel Freidin, "The Hospital Founded by Rabbu Akiva Eger," Meyer Wunder. (82754)      $15.00

Rosner, Fred, edited by. Medicine and Jewish Law Volume I. Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, 1993. ISBN: 1-56821-028-0. Octavo, paper covers, xiv, 202 pp., index. Softbound. Very Good.  (59414)      $2.95

Rosner, Fred, edited by. Medicine and Jewish Law Volume II. Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, 1993. ISBN: 0-87668-574-2. Octavo, paper covers, xiv, 169 pp., index. Softbound. Very Good.  (10102)     $3.95

Rosner, Fred & Tendler, Moshe D. Practical Medical Halachah. Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, Inc, 1997. ISBN: 0-7657-9990-1. Octavo, paper covers, 188 pp., Listing of Medical Responsa of Rav Moshe Feinstein in His Iggrot Moshe, Bibliography of Medical Halachic Books in English, Glossary of Hebrew Terms and Phrases. Softbound. Very Good.  (15581)     $3.95

Sokol, Binyomin. A Physician's Hospital Manual: Hilchot Shabbat. Chicago, Illinois, Medical Halakha and Jewish Bioethics, Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center, 1986. Octavo in dust jacket, vii, 307 pp., footnotes, glossary. Hardbound. Very Good.  (82821)     $24.00

Spero, Moshe Halevi. Judaism and Psychology: Halakhic Perspectives. New York, Ktav Publishing House, Inc., Yeshiva University Press, 1980. ISBN: 0-87068-703-4. Octavo in dust jacket, xvi, 275 pp., notes, glossary of Hebrew terms, index. Hardbound. Very Good.  (37100)     $15.00

Steinberg, Avraham, edited by. European Colloquium on Medical Ethics: Jewish Perspectives. Jerusalem, The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1989. ISBN: 965-223-711-6. Small octavo, paper covers, 223 pp. Softbound. Very Good. Articles are "The role of choice in mental health and illness," Albert J. Solnit, "Ethical dilemmas in psychiatry," Avraham Steinberg, "Truth and untruth in medical research," Shimon Glick, "Motivation in science," David W. Weiss, "Communication between the physician, the patient and his family," Morris B. Abram, "Communication between the physician and medical staff and the patient and family," Ygal B. Shafran, "The physician's response to terminally ill patients," Jochanan Benbassat, "The Jewish attitude to the dying patient," Immanuel Jakobovits, "Ethical dilemmas in artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization," Elliot E. Philipp, "Artificial insemination and genetic engineering," J. David Bleich. (82767)      $19.95

Steinberg, Avraham, compiled and edited by. Entsiklopedyah hilkhatit refu'it: ha-rofe, ha-holeh veha-refu'ah be-aspaklaryat ha-halakhah u-mahshevet Yisra'el: kolel kol ha-yeda be-khol nos´e ve-inyan bi-tehum ha-refu'ah veha-halakhah min ha-Mikra ve-sifrut Hazal ve-ad la-poskim vela-hokrim be-yamenu be-tosefet havharot, hearot ve-he'arot mi-tehume ha-mada, ha-refu'ah, ha-filosofyah, ha-etikah veha-mishpat/ Encyclopedia of Jewish Medical Ethics. In Six Volumes. Jerusalem, Mekhon Shlezinger le-heker ha-refu'ah al pi ha-Torah le-yad ha-Merkaz ha-refu'i Sha'are tsedek, 1988. Octavos, silver paper covered boards with various colors of lettering on the boards varying by from volume to volume, 316, 24 + 317-740 + xxv pp., 706 columns two to the page, 707-872 pp. + xlvi pp., 642 columns two to the page, 643-812 pp. + xxii pp., 642 columns two to the page, 643-710 pp. + xix, 694 columns two to the page, 695-756 pp., notes and indexes in each volume/ In a red paper covered slip-case. Hardbound. Very Good. Text is in Hebrew. (82520)      $125.00

Ha-Refu'ah le-or ha-halakhah: mehkarim u-verurim be-nos'im shonim ba-refu'ah she-nidonu be-Talmud Bavli vi-Yerushalmi, be-midreshe Hazal, be-sifre ha-sh. u-t. shel rabotenu ha-rishonim veha-aharonim. Shevuot u-tefilot ha-rofim. Kerakh Sheni. Jerusalem, Makhon le-heker ha-refu'ah ba-halakhah, 1983. Octavo, blue cloth with gold lettering, 130, 55 pp., notes. Hardbound. Very Good. Text is in Hebrew. (82530)     $25.00

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