By Barbara Ellen Galli
Galli's basic target is to discover Rosenzweig's assertion that his notes to Halevi's poems exemplify a realistic software of the philosophic method he set out within the celebrity of Redemption. via a longer, multifaceted research of Rosenzweig's concept, 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 line with Rosenzweig's personal mandate: complete speech is notice and reaction.
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Forsch wie viel! Keim ruht und Ziel in Wunder und Verborgenheit — Dap gelobt, o dap umkranzt, o dap geriihmt er, und geweiht. 19 20 God ALMIGHTY ONE Almighty One! Who is without Him! who would contend His rank! He, Source of the universe around Him, whose creation sprang from Him! His form — no eye has seen it, only the Heart soulfully, gazing out and recognizing, has penetrated to Him. His mighty splendour rings 'round the universe; thus He is called The universal "Place", because no place has surrounded Him.
Durchziehnd ihr Reich, dem Konig gleich, von Palast zu Palast; Was zeugt ihr Ruf? Wer sie schuf. Das Wie haust fern in Ratsels Gau. Der Mond, des Licht, kreists auch nicht in hohrm Kreis, rein doch blafit; Im Urgeball, im Endzerfall tont ehrfurchtbang Widerhall: Dann rings fern Stern an Stern, die Zahlen Ihm angepapt, Der sieht klar Plejadenschar: sieben um Leuchters Ast; Was sich hapt und was sich fapt, allem rolln sie im Blut. 48 God Bowed down it mutely gives testimony: One holds the universe embraced.
The sun moves at His word, rises, goes to rest. And whatever lives there, however boldly it lifts itself high over it You are enthroned in the blue. Traversing its realm like the king from palace to palace; Round about in the army of creatures — it bears exact witness to you who creates. The moon, whose light, though it does not circle in a higher sphere, yet grows pale in purity. What does their call witness? The One Who created them. The How dwells far away in the region of the riddle. Then far around star upon star, the numbers are adjusted Him.
Franz Rosenzweig and Jehuda Halevi: Translating, Translations, and Translators by Barbara Ellen Galli