Sofer Responsum on Vilna-Slavuta Talmud Dispute, Pressburg, Hungary (1835)


Sofer Responsum on Vilna-Slavuta Talmud Dispute, Pressburg, Hungary (1835), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Responsa Hatam Sofer, Likutim, Part 6, No. 57

Full title original language:
שו"ת חתם סופר, ליקוטים, חלק ו', תשובה נז

Ruling on legal basis for and limits of rabbinic reprinting bans.

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Author: Moses Sofer

Publisher: N/A

Year: 1835

Location: Pressburg, Hungary

Language: Hebrew


Persons referred to:
Banet, Mordechai

Places referred to:
Frankfurt am Main

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book trade
books, protected subject matter
privileges, printing

Responsible editor: Neil Netanel

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