By Barbara Ellen Galli
Galli's fundamental objective is to discover Rosenzweig's assertion that his notes to Halevi's poems exemplify a pragmatic program of the philosophic process he set out within the megastar of Redemption. via a longer, multifaceted research of Rosenzweig's idea, Galli uncovers his philosophy of translation, out of which she determines and unravels his philosophic end and his trust that there's just one language. within the ultimate chapters, she concentrates at the notes to the poems, and in doing so makes an attempt to philosophize in accordance with Rosenzweig's personal mandate: complete speech is notice and reaction.
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Did you lend it to anyone that he might ape it? On the shaft of your scales you see the transactions of man. Only the sap of your hope shoots in the shafts of the terrestrial tribes. The clasp of your key-bolt locks the clasps of all keybolts. ' "Call delivery to the souls from the service of corpses. Accept the giving of your inheritance, instead of passing through the universe. " 'Ah, him, the nearest to you, you pushed away, — who shows him the stars of consolation? Who helps him — you have abandoned him, he fell — , that he might learn to stand!
He Who clearly sees the Pleiades: seven around the candlestick's branches. God only He in the divine halls! He the Lord of Lords all! The largest circle, which during the day inclines westward its load, Gott 47 DAS ALL Jauchz' der Mund, was Du dies Rund des Augs lip schaun an Wunderschau! Gott nur Er im Gottersaal! Er der Herr der Herren all! So gut er kann, so heb' er an, — nicht weil er vor Dir sichs trau'. Heut und Jetzt stets ersetzt, — ersatzlos stets glanzt Sein Glast. Der Spharen Rad umhoht dein Pfad, und nimmer fa|3t Dich ihr Bau.
Lapt Kerkers Mauerblenden! zu fernster HofFnung Kuste! " 35 36 God 'Your spirit, your power pours out the spirit, the powers. Yours is all the authority! did you lend it to anyone that he might ape it? On the shaft of your scales you see the transactions of man. Only the sap of your hope shoots in the shafts of the terrestrial tribes. The clasp of your key-bolt locks the clasps of all keybolts. ' "Call delivery to the souls from the service of corpses. Accept the giving of your inheritance, instead of passing through the universe.
Franz Rosenzweig and Jehuda Halevi: Translating, Translations, and Translators by Barbara Ellen Galli