Bibliography of works by and about Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik zt”l

Complied by Eli Turkel
Last updated: November 28, 2023
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Please note: The following books and articles come from many sources. Some were written by Rav Soloveitchik some with his permission and others without his knowledge. As a result, there are occasional contradictions between the sources. It is the responsibility of the reader to decide which source is more reliable. In addition, it is well known that Rav Soloveitchik never used old notes in preparing lectures and so he frequently presented ideas at variance with interpretations presented at other times. There have been several complete bibliographies of the works of Rav Soloveitchik (see #72, #73 in the section of works about Rav Soloveitchik). We have added books and articles that have appeared since they were written and also material about Rav Soloveitchik. We have not included material that appeared in newspapers or other sources that are difficult to find. Links to sites offering further resources and information can be found at the bottom of this page.

Click here for the archive of R. Soloveitchik’s essays in TRADITION.

I. Introduction

Mekorot HaRav
An index to the works of
Rav Soloveitchik and his students
by subject and location has been published
by RUBIN MASS Ltd. Publishers, Jerusalem

See the Rav on the parsha at https://outorah.org/series/4097/

For a newspaper article on the arrival of Rav Soloveitchik at Ellis Island see https://thelehrhaus.com/scholarship/the-arrival-of-rabbi-soloveitchik-in-america-a-documentary-report/

And a discussion by R. Rakeffet on the early years at https://www.jstor.org/stable/23261244

The following books and articles come from many sources. Some were written by Rav Soloveitchik some with his permission and others without his knowledge.
As a result, there are occasional contradictions between the sources. It is the responsibility of the reader to decide which source is more reliable.

In addition, it is well known that Rav Soloveitchik never used old notes in preparing lectures and so he frequently presented ideas at variance with interpretations presented at other times.

There have been several complete bibliographies of the works of Rav Soloveitchik (see #72, #73 in the section of works about Rav Soloveitchik).
We have added books and articles that have appeared since they were written and also material about Rav Soloveitchik.
We have not included material that appeared in newspapers or other sources that are difficult to find.
There is further information at the following locations:
Yisrael Kashkin: The Rav: Resources on Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik zt”l
Jewish Virtual – biography
Baker   Brisk and Berlin
audio shiurim of Rav Soloveitchik are available at
yutorah – the rav
Bergen County Beis Medrash .
Large collection of recorded shiurim .   http://www.ericlevy.com/Recordings/Recordings.htm
An audio biography by Rabbi Rakeffet is available at http://www.ou.org/torah/td/therav.htm
A set of 6 audio cassettes by Rabbi Rakeffet on the Rav and Zionism is available at the OU
A summary of lectures by Rakeffet on Teachings of the Rav by Jonathan Baker is given at
http://www.panix.com/~jjbaker/teachrav.html
R. Meir Lichtenstein lectures on the Rav’s thought
A series of lectures on the philosophy of Rav Soloveitchik presented by Rabbi Ronnie Ziegler
is on the website of Yeshiva har Etzion. It is possible to read lectures at Har Etzion
also, an expanded set in Hebrew. R. Ziegler also has a book on R. Soloveitchik
For further information contact ra*@et****.il
Further works are found in various Y.U. publications as haMavaser, Commentary,Bet Yitzchak.
Contemporary teaching based on R. Soloveitchik ATID
Rav A. Lichtenstein on Reflections Upon UveKashtem Mesham www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/724718
R. Soloveitchik on Chalav Yisrael https://www.koltorah.org/halachah/chalav-yisrael-rabbi-soloveitchiks-view-by-rabbi-howard-jachter

shiurim for the 30th yahrzeit  https://betshemeshtorah.org/shiurim/
Audio tapes are available for sale from Rabbi Milton Nordlicht
(718) 261-7770 , (718) 261-7774 – fax, Mn****@ao*.com -email
R. Herschel Schacter recording R. Soloveitchik on
Hilchos Niddah; Pesachim / Rosh Hashana / Yoma / Megillah; Krias haTorah, Tzitzis, Tefillin; Shabbos; Gittin; Kiddushin

All names are given without the appropriate titles

……………………………………………………………
Rav Soloveitchik’s doctoral thesis was:
Das reine Denken und die Seinskonstituierung bei Hermann Cohen
by Josef Solowiejczyk, Berlin: Reuther and Reichard, 1932.
……………………………………………………………..

II. Works by Rav Soloveitchik in Hebrew (written personally or by students)

  1. הספד לרב חיים עוזר גרוזינצקי, HaPardes Shana 14 Choveret 7, 1940.
  2. ראינהו שחרית במזרח וערבית במערב
    HaPardes, Shana 17 Choveret 11:16-4, 1943.
  3. Hapardes, Shana 17 Choveret 11 in memory of his father R. Moshe Soloveitchik
  4. חטאו הגדול של דורינו
    Hapardes, Shana 30 Choveret 1:24-27, 1955.
  5. הקשר הנצחי בין כנסת ישראל ומדינת ישראל Or haMizrach, 4:27-31, 1957.
  6. לולי מזרחי לא היה לנו חלק בבנין הארץ
  7. הערות בראש פרק בן סורר  edited by Aaron Yaconsen
  1. באורים בסוגיות אלו הן הפסולים
    edited by Abraham Phamer based on notes of H. Schachter 217-231
  2. קונטרוס הלכה ואגדה בסוגיה דהזמנה מילתא                                                                                                                                                                                  edited by Gedalia Hochberg
  1. רב חיים הלר זצ”ל שמואל הקטן של דורינו Or Hamizrach, vol. 32-33, Tishre 5722,1962. (see פליטת סוםרים in דברי הגות והערכה p137-162)
  2. תפילתם של יהודים Maayanot 8:9-11, 1964
  3. לדמותו שך רב חיים הלר זצ”ל shana be-shana 197-221, 1970.
  4. איש האמונה translation to Hebrew from Lonely Man of Faith, also includes Kol Dodi Dofek 65-106, Mossad haRav Kook, Jerusalem, 1971.
  5. Rabbi Shalom Carmy notes in the preface to the special issue of Tradition that Kol Dodi Dofek was first published in Simon Federbush
    , Torah u- Melukha: Al Mekom ha-Medina ba-Yahadut
    (Jerusalem: Mosad ha-Rav Kook, 1961), 11-44
    and reprinted in Ish ha-Emuna (Jerusalem: Mosad ha-Rav Kook, 1968), 65-106
    and in Pinhas Peli, ed., Be-Sod ha-Yahid ve-haYahad: Mivhar Ketavim Ivriyyim
    (Jerusalem: Orot, 1976), 331-400
    and in Divrei Hagut ve-Ha’arakha (Jerusalem: World Zionist Organization, 1982), 9- 55. Aliner library

An English translation of Kol Dodi Dofek by Lawrence Kaplan was published in Bernhard H. Rosenberg and Fred Heuman,
eds., Theological and Halakhic Reflections on the Holocaust
(Hoboken: Ktav, 1992), 51-117
and reprinted as Fate and Destiny: From the Holocaust to the State of Israel (Hoboken: Ktav, 2000).
The essay was recently published with a new translation by
David Z. Gordon and edited by Jeffrey R. Woolf
in conjunction with Yeshiva University Press
as Kol Dodi Dofek: Listen.My Beloved Knocks (Jersey City: Ktav, 2005). revised edition, OU Press and Maggid Books (Koren) 2012

  1. “Kedushah Geluyah u-kedusha nistiret”, the image of Rav Zeev Gold, קדושה גאולה וקדושה נסתרתShanah be-shana 179-201, 1971.
  2.  (מזרחי) וגורלה של מפלגת דתית דרכה Shana be-shana 187-209, 1972
  3. “Grand Rabbi M.Z. Twersky”, Jewish Advocate, June 22, 1972
    See also Shiurei Harav
  4. “Five Derashot”, translated from Yiddish by David Telzner
    (originally four derashot, Machon Tal Orot, Jerusalem 1974.
  5. על התשובה edited by Pinchas Peli
    World Zionist Organization, Department for Torah Education
    and Culture in the Diaspora, Jerusalem, 1975.
    Some of the teshuva derashot. Alinor library
  6. בסוד היחד והיחיד edited by Pinchas Peli
    World Zionist Organization, Department for Torah Education
    and Culture in the Diaspora, Orot, Jerusalem, 1976.
  7. מבית מדרשו של הרב Jerusalem, 1978. No publisher listed.
    Shiurim on Shma, Tzizit and Tefillin
  8. משבר בין ישראל לארצות הברית יכניס היהודי למבוך פוליטי
    Hapardes, Shana 52 Choveret 3:2-3, 1977.
  9. ארץ סגולה ךעם סגולה Ohr HaMizrach 2/3 101-108, 1978.
  10. רעיונות על התפילה Hadarom 47:84-106, 1979.
  11. ובקשתם משם Hadarom 47:1-836, 1979.
  12. איש ההלכה גלוי ונסתר World Zionist Organization, Department for Torah Education and Culture in the Diaspora,                                                Orot, Jerusalem, 1979. reprint 4, 1992,
  13. Reprint of Ish-haHalcha, u-bekashtam mi-sham, raayanot al hatefila Aliner Library
  14. עיונים בנוסח הקידוש של שבת shana be-shana, 159-173, 1980.
  15. הקשר שבין קול נדרי ותשובה Or haMizrach, 28:8-10, 1980. Edited by Rabbi Besdin.
  16. יעוד וסיביות בהיסטוריה של עם ישראל Ohr Mizrach 3/4 198-203, 1982.
  17. םפר תורה והיה האדם Hapardes, Shana 57 Choverס et 4:5-8, 1982.
  18. דברי הגות והערכה  World Zionist Organization, Department of Torah Education and Culture in the Diaspora, Jerusalem, 1982.
  19. ” אשריכם ישראל לפני מי אתם מטהרים
    (translated from English) Ohr HaMizrach 31:3-8, 1983.
  20. שיעורים לזכר אבא מורי זצ”ל I  Akiva Joseph, Jerusalem, 1983.
    Translation from Yiddish of a portion of the Yahrzeit derashot. Reprinted in a two volume set in 2002 by Mossad HaRav Kook, Jerusalem
  21. פרקים במחשבת הרב סולוביציק World Zionist Organization, Department for Torah Education and Culture
    in the Diaspora, Orot, Jerusalem, 1984.
    Translation of “Reflections of the Rav”.
  22. קובץ חידושי תורה Machon Jerusalem, Jerusalem, 1984.
    A collection of articles that previously appeared (mainly in haPardes) from Rav Moshe Soloveitchik and Rav Joseph Dov Soloveitchik.
  23. לשמה והזמנה מילתא Zvi Yosef Reichman,
  24. Yechezkel haLevi Etzion, Beit Yitzchak 17, p103, 1985
  25. מצות ישיבת סוכה  Zvi Yosef Reichman Beit Yosef Shaul 1, 1985
  26. שיעורים לזכר אבא מורי  II Akiva Joseph printer, Jerusalem, 1985.
    Translation from Yiddish of a portion of the Yahrzeit derashot.                                                                                                                                      Reprinted in 2 volume set in 2002 by Mossad HaRav Kook, Jerusalem
  27. ימי זכרון Translated from Yiddish by Moshe Krone. Aliner Library, World Zionist Organization, Department for Torah Education and Culture
  28. In the Diaspora, Orot, Jerusalem, 1986. reprint no. 5, 1996.                                                                                                                                            Portions of the Aggadah sections of the Yahrzeit shiurim and also Teshuva Derashot
  29. קונטרוס בענין יום הכיפורים Daf-Chen, edited by R. A. Lichtenstein, Jerusalem, 1986.
    second edition עורי הגרי”ד עבודת יום כיפורים notes by Menachem Yair Kahn, Mossad haRav Kook, Jerusalem 2005.
  30. הערות הגריד סולוביציק לפרק ראשון (כתובות)
    Edited by Rabbi Berzon, Shaalei Daat 4, 1986.
  31. קונטרוס בעניני שטרות Yebul haYovlot, 217-236, Yeshiva University, Tova Press, Brooklyn, 1986.
  32. חמתא מרובה מזילתא פרוץ כעומד
    Zvi Yosef Reichman, Yechezkel haLevi Etzion
    Beit Yitzchak 18, p96, 1986
  33. קונטרוס הסמיכה Or haMizrach, 1988.
  34. “Reshimot Shiurim on Succah” arranged by Zvi Reichman
    photoset by Perfect Type Association, Cleveland, 1988.
  35. בגדר חזקת קרקעות haGrid Soloveitchik”, Shaale Daat 6:11-117 1989.
  36. Gedaliah Meir Hochberg Beit Yitzchak 21, 1989 p15-19 ברכת שופר ומצות ייהרג ואל יעבור
  37. בענין נוסח של מצות המצות    Shaale Daat 7 46-57, edited by Rabbi Berson, Bet Yitzchak 22, 1990
  38. , הזכרת מעין המאורע Zvi Schachter, p12   קריאת התורה  p23
    הזמנה מילתא Gedaliah Meir Hochberg, p25,               הערות ריש פרק בן   סוררAharon Jacobson, p41
    הערות בריש מסכת אבות  A Avraham Femer, p60
  39. משיעורי מרן הגאון רב יוסף דוב הלוי Bet Yitzchak 23, 1990-1991

בענין אין טוענים למסית וחטא נחש קדמון Meir Orlian p13

בענין הודאת בעל דין ושכיב מרע שאמר מנה לפלוני בידי Meir Orlian p17

בסוגות סנהדרין77-78  דין בעלות בד” אבות נזיקין Nachum Yehudah Shpirin p24

בענין קדשי עיר הנדחת Eitan Orlian p35

בענין ערוות דגר Gedaliah Meir Hochberg p38

  1. בענין מצוות קריאת שמע של שחרית וקריאת שמע של ערבית, Ohr haMizrach, 79:25-28, 1991.
  2. בענין שני ימים טובים של ראש הנה Ohr haMizrach, 79:126-133, 1991.
  3. קובץ שיעורים בנושאים שונים – שופר, ספר המצוות, מורה נבוכים,שמע,זקן ששכח לימודו by Blau, haDarom, 1992.
  4. רשימות שיעורים על מסכת שבועות ונדרים חלק א   Arranged by Zvi Reichman, Perfect Type Association, Cleveland, 1992.
    volumes one and two reprinted together in 2003
  5. דברי השקפה Translated from Yiddish by Moshe Krone, Aliner Library, World Zionist Organization, Department for Torah Education
  6. and Culture in the Diaspora, Orot, Jerusalem, 1993, reprint no. 2, 1994.
  7. Beit Yitzchak 24, 1992

ליקוטי תורה על הפרשיות p32
מעילהZvi Yosef Reichman, p48
ביסוד תקנת קריאת התורה בשבת ויום, Avraham Femer, p55       הערות בפרק הנשרפים, David Kamat, p65
זקן ממרא, David Kamat, p73
דרשה בעניני מגילת –  גירות, הר ביני, קנין חליפין, קרבן בגר Zvi Roitman, p78
הוראת בית דין שבהר הבית p87
במלקות דעדי בן גרושה ובן חלוצה, p89
בסוגיא דחצי דבר, p91

  1. חידושי הגר”מ והגר”דno publisher given, 1993
  2. גברא דאבל Moriah 19:53-55, 1993.
  3. ” בעיות אקטואליות לאור הלכהby Shlomo Zalman Shragai
    Correspondence with Torah leaders around the world
    including 4 letters by the Rav to Shragai, dealing with
    the Rav’s commitment to Mizrachi ideology.
    Mossad HaRav Kook, 1993.
  4. אפנה ואשנה pages 87-143 contain shiurim of Rav Soloveitchik
    on various topics. Edited by Alter Asher Yeshaya Blau.
    Keren Michael Scharf, Yeshiva University, 1993
    some of the topics include, שופר, ספר המצוות, מורה נבוכים, קריאת שמע, פורים, מסירת נפש,תורה ומדע
  5. כמה תשובות ממרן הרב זצ”ל
    by M.S. Schonfeld, Hadarom, 63, 25-27, 5753 (1993).
  6. הערות על פרק שבועת העדות, Moriah 19:3,4, Elul 1993.
  7. סגולתו של ספר משנה תורה Machanayim, 8-28, 1993,
    written by Zeev Gothold.
  8. Beit Yitzchak 25, 1993

ליקוטי תורה על הפרשיות  p15                                 קדושת ישראל של עבד כנעני Zvi Yosef Reichman, p26       חקירות ובדיקות בעדות

Eitan Orlian, p39                       זה בורר לו אחד  Daniel Zvi Feldman, p51

  1. ספר זכרון הרב קובץ חידושי תורה
    Collection of chiddushei Torah in memory of Rav Joseph Baer Soloveitchik, Edited by Chaim Wieder and Abraham Shmidman,
  2. Yeshiva University, NY, 1994.
  3. על הגדרתו הדתית של האדם Gevilin 1, 1994, 39-68.
  4. “A Yid Is Geglicach tzu ei sefer Torah” (yiddish),
    Hillel Zeidman, Beit Yosef Shaul 4, p17 1994
    A Hebrew translation by R. Carmy Beit Yosef Shaul 4, p68-103 1994
    An English translation by Shaul Seidler-Feller appeared in the YU publication Kol HaMevaser, in issues from 2009-2010.
    on p24-26 First
    on p22- Second
    on p27- Third
    on p18- Fourth
    on p21- Fifth
    Sixth
    Seventh
    p18- Seventh-2
  5. ההודי משול לספר תורה Hillel Zeidman,Shalom Carmy, Beit Yosef Shaul 4, p68 1994
  6. Beit Yitzchak 26, 1994

פסול מלך לעדות  Zvi Yosef Reichman, p151
הערות בענין ביטול חמץ  Chaim haCohen Gutsman, p164
עיונים במסכת סנהדרין בענין התראה וגר שנתגייר, הואיל ואישתנו אישתנו, סרחה ולבסוף בגרה Gedaliah Meir Hochberg, p171
הבא במחתרת Gedaliah Meir Hochberg, p179
עיונים בסוגיות זריזים מקדימים למצוות, בדיקת חמץ
Eitan Holtzer, p190
ליקוטי הערות ממורינו על כמה פסוקים בפרק א מספר בראשית p193

  1. הגדה של פסח Edited by Itzchak Abba Lichtenstein, Jerusalem, 1995.
  2. Beit Yitzchak 27, 1995

השורף וגוזל שטרות Zvi Yosef Reichman, p21
דור לי בחיי ראשך Eitan Orlian, p295
שעבוד נכסים במטלטלים Eitan Holzer, p34
בית הכנסת  Reichman, p36

  1. רשימןת שיעורים על מסכת שבועות ונדרים חלק ב
    Arranged by Zvi Reichman,
    Perfect Type Association, Cleveland, 1996.
    volumes one and two reprinted together in 2003
  2. Beit Yitzchak 28, 1996

אדם המזיק  Tzvi Yosef Reichmann, p35
בפירוש הגר”ח שכל הפושע מזיק הוא  Shlomo Zeev Pick, p40

  1. Beit Yitzchak 29, 1997

קטעים מנאומו של מורינו זצ”ל במסיבס שנערכה לכבוד מוסמכי השיבה p127
קביעת מועדים על פי הראיה ועל פי חשבון – חלק אגדה p145
חטאו הכבד של דורינו p198
תפיסה בקנס Zvi Yosef Reichman, p203
היתר אכילה ודין ממון וד מינים, Zvi Yosef Reichmann, p340

  1. האדם ועולמו
    Translated from Yiddish and English by Moshe Krone
    Sifriat Alinor, Department for Education and Culture in the
    Diaspora, WZO, Jerusalem, 1998, appeared in bookstores only in 2001
  2. הררי קדם Michal Zalman Shurkin,
    distributed by Girsah Seforim, Jerusalem, 1999
    expanded version 2008 shiurim on the holidays
  3. רשימות שיעורים על בבא קמא arranged by H. Reichman
    Alon Publishers, (no city listed) 1999.
  4. ספר שיעורי הרב על עניני אבילות ותשעה באבWritten and edited by Eliyakim Koenigsberg, Mesorah, Jerusalem, 2000,
  5. שיעורים של רב יוסף דוב סולוביציק על מסכת גיטין
    Notes by Herschel Schachter,David Pahmer,Jonathan Schwartz
    distributed by Biegeleisen Hebrew Books, Brooklyn, NY
  6. עיר הנדחת Michael Yitzchak Zilberman, Beit Yitzchak 32, p38, 2000
  7. איגרות הגרי”ד edited by Chaim Soloveitchik, Morasha, New York, 2001
  8. מפניני הרב Herschel Schacter, Flatbush Beth Hamedrash, Jerusalem, 2001
  9. שיעורי הרב יוסף דוב סולוביציק זצ”ל על מסכת קידושיןShiurei HaRav Yosef Dov Soloveithvik zt”l Mesechet Kiddushin – מפי השמועה
    Notes by Herschel Schachter, TorahWeb Foundation, NJ,, 2001.
    distributed by Biegeleisen Hebrew Books, Brooklyn, NY
  10. שיעורי הגאון רב יוסף דוב הלוי סולוביציק זצ”ל על מסכת פסחים, ראש השנה, יום כיפור, l notes by Herschel Schachter
    TorahWeb Foundation, NJ, 2002. distributed by Biegeleisen Hebrew Books, Brooklyn, NY
  11. שיעורי הגאון רב יוסף דוב הלוי סולוביציק זצ”ל על ציצית,תפילין וקריאת התורה Notes by Herschel Schachter,
    TorahWeb Foundation, NJ, 2002. distributed by Biegeleisen Hebrew Books, Brooklyn, NY
  12. הקשר הנצחי בין כנסת ישראל ומדינת ישראל
    The Eternal Bond Between the Collective Entity of the Jewish people and the state of Israel
    speech to the Mizrachi in 1957, Or HaMizrach 48:2-2, 2003 (see #3 above).
  13. מועדי הרבedited by Shlomo Pick. Machon haGavoah leTorah, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, 2003
  14. ספר שיעורי הרב על מסכת חלה ועניני מצוות התלויות בארץ
    Written and edited by Chaim Abraham Shuyovitz,
    Mesorah, Jerusalem, 2003,
  15. “הררי קדם II” by Michal Zalman Shurkin, Jerusalem, 2004
    shiurim on the Pesach, Haggadah and Tisha Baav, Kinot
    expanded version 2010
  16. שיעורי הגרי”ד על עניני תפילין, כתיבת סת”ם וציצית
    by Menachem Yair Kahn, Mossad haRav Kook, Jerusalem
    and Torat Harav Institute, 2004
  17. שיעורים של רב יוסף דוב סולוביציק זצ”ל על מסכת שבת מפי השמועה
    Notes by Herschel Schachter, TorahWeb Foundation, Jerusalem, 2005. distributed by Biegeleisen Hebrew Books, Brooklyn, NY
  18. שיעורים של רב יוסף דוב סולוביציק זצ”ל על הלכות נדה מפי השמועה  Notes by Herschel Schachter
    distributed by Biegeleisen Hebrew Books, Brooklyn, NY
  19. שיעורי הרב על עניני שחיטה, מליחה, בשר בחלב ותערובת
    Written and edited by Eliyakim Koenigsberg,
    Mesorah, OU, 2005,
  20. רשימות שיעורים על בבא קמא II”, arranged by H. Reichman
    Elon Printers, 2005.
  21. עבודה שבלב מסות על התפילה translation into Hebrew of “Worship of the Heart:                                                                                                                  Essays on Jewish Prayer and Worship” translation into Hebrew by Avigdor Shinon,
    MeOtzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Alon Shvut, 2006.
    First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life August 2003
  22. שיעורי הרב על עניני תפילה, וקריאת שמע
    Written and edited by Menachem Genack, Mesorah, OU, 2010,
  23. על התפילה Edited and translated by Reuven Grodner
    Based on tapes in English and Yiddish, Jerusalem, 2011.
  24. רשימות שיעורים על יבמותR arranged by Zvi Reichman 2011
  25. רשימות שיעורים על ברכות arranged by Zvi Reichman
  26. חידושי גר”מ הלוי Haym Soloveitchik, Riverdale: Morasha Foundation, 2012.
  27. יובל המאה של המזרחי תרס”ב-תשס”ב בעריכת יצחק אלפסי וגאולה בת-יהודה, מוסד הרב קוק, ירושלים אוזר ישראל בגבורה
  28. הררי קדם 3, Michal Zalman Shurkin, shiurim on Shabbat, 2012
  29. רשימות שיעורים על בבא מציעא arranged by Zvi Reichman 2016
  30. מסורה, OU edited by Rabbi Genack and Rabbi Schachter
    Appeared about biannually with notes on the shiurim of Rav Soloveitchik.
    28 volumes have appeared (as of 2018).
  31. Yediot Seforim reprinted several books of translations from English to Hebrew

אדם וביתו       Family Redeemed translated by Avigdor Shinan, Otzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Gush Etzion 2003

מן הסערה      Out of the Whirlwind: Essays on Suffering, Mourning and the Human Condition,  translated by Avigdor Shinan, 2004.

זמו חירותינוFestival of Freedom: Essays on Pesah and the Haggadah  2010

על התשיעות Days Of Deliverance Chanukah and Purim translated by Avigdor Shinan, 2010

איש על העדה Community, Covenant and Commitment  Toras HaRav Foundation, Gush Etzion 2011.

עמודו של עולם Abraham’s Journey 2016

בכו תבכה בלילה The Lord is Righteous in all his Ways – Tisha Ba’av Kinot 2020

חזון ומנהיגותVision and Leadership 2022

איש האמונה הבודד

חמש דרשות כה

  1. Defying Laws of Nature: Yiddish Address by Rav Joseph Soloveitchik zt”l                                                                                                                  Delivered at the 45th Anniversary Dinner of the United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth. Menachem Butler 2021
  2. Droshes vegan shivas tsiyon un kiyum ha-umo
    Yiddish Discourses on the Return to Zion and Jewish Destiny, OU Press
  3. רשימות שיעורים על קידושין arranged by Zvi Reichman and Yosef Zvi Bronstein 2022

III. Works by Rav Soloveitchik in English (written personally or by students)

  1. “The Sanctity of the Synagogue,” ed. Baruch Litvin.
    The Spero Foundation, NY, 1959. A revised and expanded third edition,
    ed. Jeanne Litvin. Ktav, Hoboken, NJ, 1987.
    Contains:
    “Message to a Rabbinical Convention” p109-114
    “On Seating and Sanctification” p114-118
    “An Open letter” p139-141 (Also appeared in Conservative Judaism, 11:1 1956)
  2. “Confrontation,” Tradition 6:2 p5-9, 1964.
    Reprinted in “A Treasury of Tradition”, Hebrew Publishing Co, NY, 1967.
  3. Letter to Editor, Cantorial Council of America Bulletin, Vol. 4#1, 1965.
    On repetition of words by the cantor, translated by Rabbi Schonfeld.
  4. “The Lonely Man of Faith,” Tradition, vol. 7#2, p56, 1965.
    Also published as a book by Doubleday, (1992).
    reprinted by Jason Aronson (1997)
    Analysis of the first two chapters of Bereshit
    Adam I – technological man versus Adam II – spiritual man
    also translated into French. Note that there is about a 20
    year gap between the first book Ish ha-Halakhah and this book.
    Translated into Hebrew.
  5. “Sacred and Profane, Kodesh and Chol in World Perspective,”
    Gesher, Vol. 3#1, p5-29, 1966. Originally a Yahrzeit Shiur, 1945
    also appeared in Hazedek, May/June 1945.
    Reprinted with notes in Jewish Thought, Volume 3 #1, p55-82, 1993
    and in Shiurei Harav (see #7) p4-32.
  6. “Shiurei Harav — A Conspectus of the Public Lectures of
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,”
    ed. Joseph Epstein. Hamevaser, Yeshiva University, 1974.
    by Tova Press, NY.
    Contains 20 shiurim given by the Rav and summarized by his students.
    Reprinted and expanded in 1994 by Ktav Publishing House.
  7. “The Halakhah of the First Day,” in
    Jewish Reflections on Death, edited by Jack Riemer
    JPS, Shocken Books, NY, 1972,1990.
  8. “Surrendering to the Almighty,” Light 17, Kislev 5736-1976.
    Excerpts from an address to the Rabbinical Council of America in 1975.
  9. Tradition 17:2 (Spring, 1978) has the following articles:
    “The Community”, p7-24
    “Majesty and Humility”, p25-37
    “Catharsis”, p38-54
    “Redemption, Prayer and Talmud Torah”, p55-73
    “A Tribute to the Rebbetzin of Talne”, p73-83
  10. “Reflections of the Rav: Lessons in Jewish thought adapted from lectures of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,” by R. A. Besdin.
    Department of Torah Education in the Diaspora, WZO, 1979,1993.
    (Distributed by Ktav)
    adaptation of speeches by the Rav, mainly in the 1970’s.
    Translated into Hebrew.
  11. “Purim – the Face and the Mask; Essays and Catalogue”
    of an Exhibition. New York: Yeshiva University Museum
    contains an article by Rav Soloveitchik,
    “Insights into Megillat Esther”, p9-15, 1979.
  12. “The Synagogue as an Institution and as an Idea,” in Rabbi Joseph H.
    Lookstein Memorial Volume, ed. L. Landman, Ktav, Hoboken NJ, 1980.
  13. “On Repentance in the Thought and Oral Discourses of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,” translation of “Al Ha-teshuva”.
    Arranged by Pinchas H. Peli,
    Oroth, Jerusalem, 1980, Paulist Press, Ramsey, NJ, 1984.
    Reprinted Jason Aronson, Northvale NJ, 1996.
  14. “Challenge and mission: the emergence of the English speaking Orthodox rabbinate,” L. Bernstein, Shengold, NY, 1982.
    Contains responsa of Rabbi Soloveitchik as chairman of the
    RCA Halacha commission.
  15. “The Rav Speaks,” translation of “Chamesh Derashot”
    Tal Orot Institute, Jerusalem, 1983.
    5 speeches of R. Soloveitchik to the Mizrachi
  16. “Halakhic Man,” translation of “Ish Ha-halakha by L. Kaplan,
    Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia PA ,1983
    Ideal vision of the rabbi
    First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life February 2012
  17. “Halakhic Mind: An Essay on Jewish Tradition and Modern Thought,”
    Seth Press, distributed by Free Press division of McMillan,
    NY London,1986.
    Originally written in 1944, only “real philosophy” book of the Rav.
  18. “Man of Faith in the Modern World: Reflections of the Rav II,”
    by Rabbi A. Besdin. Ktav, Hoboken NJ, 1989.
    More adaptations of lectures.
  19. “Fate and Destiny: From Holocaust to the State of Israel”
  20. “The Voice of My Beloved Knocketh” translation of “Kol Dodi Dofek” by L. Kaplan in Theological and Halakhic Responses on the Holocaust,
    eds. Bernhard H. Rosenberg and Fred Heuman. Ktav/RCA, Hoboken, NJ, 1993. Ktav Publishing, Hoboken NJ 1992 and 2000.
    review by George Cohen, Booklist, 97:5 p496-502, Nov. 1, 2000.
    Daniel Rynhold, L’eylah 51, June 2001
  21. Kol Dodi Dofek: Listen-my Beloved Knocks (Hardcover) by Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    translated and annotated by David Z. Gordon edited by Jeffrey Woolfץ Yeshiva University, NY 2006
  22. Noraot haRav 16 volumes, through 2010, on various topics related to the holidays                                                                                          Rosh Hashana
    Chanuka
    Taanit Esther and Megilla
    Haggadah
    Shevuot, Geula, Ten Commandments, Messiah
    Yom Kippur
    Yomim Tovim, Megillat Esther
    Chametz u-Matzah, Haggadah
    Selichot, Shofar, Lulav, Rosh Hashana
    Purim, Megillat Esther, Torah she-be-al peh
    Taanit, Tisha Beav
    Matza Shmura, 10 Commandments
    Shofar, Teshuva, Kedushat Yom Kippur
    Erev Pesach on Shabbat, Matzah Ashirah, Sefirat Haomer
    Malchiot,Zichronot,Shofrot, Yom Kippur, Hegiono shel Adam
    Teshuva
    prepared and edited by B. David Schreiber
  23. “Confrontation and Other Essays”The Community
    Majesty and Humility
    Catharsis
    Redemption, Prayer, Talmud Torah
    ConfrontationHaym Soloveitchik, Maggid Edition, Jerusalem, 2015.
  24. “Before Hashem You Shall be Purified,”                                                                                                                                                                      Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on the Days of Awe.                                                                                                                                         Summarized and Annotated by A. Lustiger.                                                                                                                                                                       Ohr Publishing, Edison NJ 1998.                                                                                                                                                                                 review by Shlomo Pick, Jewish Action 62#1, fall 2002.                                                                                                                                      Expanded version 2022
  25. “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on the Brisker Method,”                                                                                                                                                 by Jeffrey Saks, Tradition 33:2 50-60, 1999.                                                                                                                                                                  Translation of portions “Ma Dodech MiDod”.
  26. “A Halakhic Approach to Suffering,”
    Torah U-Madda Journal, volume 8, 3-24, 1998-1999.
  27. “Family Redeemed,” Essays on Family Relationships,
    edited by David Shatz and Joel B. Wolowelsky,
    MeOtzar HoRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 1, New York, 2000.
    See review in Tradition, Vol 35#2, p74, 2001
    Lawrence Kaplan, Judaism, 50:4, 491-499, Fall 2001
    Daniel Rynhold, L’eylah 50, June 2000
    “Adam U-Beto,” translation of “Family Redeemed” by Avigdor Shinan,
    See review in Or HaMizrach 48:2-2, 2003.
  28. “The Rav Speaks: Five Addresses on Israel, History,
    and the Jewish People”
    Reprint of Five Derashot, translated by Lehrman and Rabonowitz
    Meotzar haRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, New York, 2002.
  29. “Derashot Harav: Selected Lectures of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik”
    Summarized and Annotated by Arnold Lustiger.
    Ohr Publishing, Edison, NJ, 2003.
  30. “Worship of the Heart: Essays on Jewish Prayer and Worship”
    edited by Shalom Carmy, Meotzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 2
    New York, 2003, Distributed by Ktav Publishers, Jersey City, NJ
    review by Joshua Amaru, The Torah u-Madda Journal, 13, 2005
    response by L. Kaplan, The Torah u-Madda Journal, 14, 2006-2007
  31. “Out of the Whirlwind: Essays on Suffering,
    Mourning and the Human Condition”
    edited by David Shatz, Joel B. Wolowelsky and Reuven Ziegler
    Meotzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 3, New York, 2003,
    Distributed by Ktav Publishers, NJ
    “Me Ha Seara”, 2004 translation into Hebrew by Avigdor Shinan, 2004
    review by William Kolbener, “Into the Whirlwind: The Persistence of the Dialectic in the Works of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Tradition 40:2 78-95, 2007.
  32. “Me-Afelah Le-Or Gadol
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on Pesach, Sefirat Ha-Omer and Shavu’ot”
    David Shapiro
    The Joseph B. Soloveitchik Institute Library – Volume 2
    Urim Publications, Jerusalem, New York, 2004
  33. “Community, Covenant and Commitment”
    Selected Letters and Communications, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    edited by Nathaniel Helfgot, Meotzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 4
    New York, 2005, Distributed by Ktav Publishers, NJ
    Book review by M. Meiselman, Jewish Action, Fall 2005
    Book review by Shmuel Safran, “Community, Covenant and Commitment”
    Contemporary Problems in Light of the Writings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    BDD 22:67-90, 2010
    Translated into Hebrew as “Ish Al HaEdah”, 2011.
  34. “The Emergence of Ethical Man”
    edited by Michael S. Berger
    Meotzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 5
    distributed by Ktav Publishing, Jersey City, NJ, 2005.
    Book review by Daniel Rynhold. Religious Studies 42:3 p364-5, 2006.
    Book review by Yoram Hazony, Commentary, April 2012.
  35. “Festival of Freedom: Essays on Pesah and the Haggadah”
    edited by Meotzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 6
    distributed by Ktav Publishing, Jersey City, NJ, 2006.
    Translated as “Zman Cheruteinu”
  36. “Lord is Righteous in All His Ways”
    Reflections on Tish’ah Be-av Kinot edited by
    Meotzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 7
    distributed by Ktav Publishing, Jersey City, NJ, 2006.
  37. “Days of Deliverance: Essays on Purim and Hanukkah”
    Edited by Eli D. Clark, Joel B. Wolowelsky, and Reuven Ziegler
    Meotzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 8
    distributed by Ktav Publishing, Jersey City, NJ, 2006.
    translated as “Al Ha-Teshuot”, 2010.
  38. Machzor Mesorat HaRav Le-yom Kippur, Yom Kippur Machzor
    commentary adapted from the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Sloveitchik
    editor – A. Lustiger, co-editor – M. Taubes
    Khal Publishing and Orthodox Union, 2006.
  39. Machzor Mesorat HaRav Le-Rosh Hashana, Rosh Hashana Machzor
    commentary adapted from the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Sloveitchik
    editor – A. Lustiger, co-editor – M. Taubes
    Khal Publishing and Orthodox Union, 2007.
  40. “Abraham’s Journey: Reflections on the Life of the Founding Patriarch”
    edited by David Shatz, Joel B. Wolowelsky and R. Ziegler
    MeOtzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 9New York, 2007, Distributed by Ktav Publishers, Jersey City, NJ
    reviewed by E. Korn
    “Windows on the World – Judaism Beyond Ethnicity:
    A Review of “Abraham’s Journey” by Joseph B. Soloveitchik and
    “Future Tense” by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks”
    Meorot, Sept. 2010
  41. “Haggadah for Pesach Vayaged Yosef”
    With Commentary Based on Shiurim of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik”
    Yosef Adler, Urim Publications Jerusalem, Israel, 2008
  42. “And From There You Shall Seek”
    Translation of U-Vikkashtem mi-Sham Naomi Goldblum.
    Introduction by David Shatz and Reuven Ziegler
    MeOtzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 10
    New York, 2008, Distributed by Ktav Publishers, Jersey City, NJ
    First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life Nbr. 2009, January 2009
    first Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life Nbr. 2010, January 2010
  43. “The Passover Haggadah The Seder Night: An Exalted Evening”
    Menachem Genack, OU Press, New York, 2009
  44. “Derashos Un kesavim”
    Yiddish drashos and writings of Rav Soloveitchik
    edited by David-Eliyahu Fishman
    MeOtzar HaRav, Ktav Publishing House Inc. 2009
  45. “Kinot Mesorat HaRav”
    OU Press, Koren Publishers, Jerusalem, 2010
  46. “Thinking Aloud on the Parsha – Sefer Bereshis”
    David Holzer, Lacor Ltd, Jerusalem, 2010
  47. “Darosh Darash Yosef
    Discourses of Rav Yosef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik on the Weekly Parsha”
    Avishai David, Urim Publications, Jerusalem, 2010
  48. “The Koren Mesorat HaRav Siddur: The Berman Edition ”
    OU Press, Koren Publishers, Jerusalem,2011.
  49. “Thinking Aloud on the Parsha – Sefer Shemos”
    David Holzer, Lacor Ltd, Jerusalem, 2011
  50. “Chumash Mesorat HaRav with Commentary based on the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik – Sefer Bereishis”`
    compiled and edited by Arnold Lustiger OU Press, Distributed by Im Hasefer, Brooklyn, NY, 2012
  51. “Thinking Aloud on the Parsha – Sefer Bamidmar
    David Holzer, Lacor Ltd, Jerusalem, 2013
  52. “Vision and Leadership: Reflections on Joseph and Moses”
    edited by David Shatz, Joel B. Wolowelsky and R. Ziegler
    MeOtzar HaRav, Toras HaRav Foundation, Vol. 10
    New York, 2013, Distributed by Ktav Publishers, Jersey City, NJ
  53. “Chumash Mesorat HaRav with Commentary based on the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik – Sefer Shemos”`
    compiled and edited by Arnold Lustiger OU Press, Distributed by Im Hasefer, Brooklyn, NY, 2014
  54. “The Rambam and the Rav on the 54 Portions of the Torah”
    Richard Borah, 2014
  55. “Chumash Mesorat HaRav with Commentary based on the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik – Sefer Vayikra”`
    compiled and edited by Arnold Lustiger OU Press, Distributed by Im Hasefer, Brooklyn, NY, 2015
  56. “Moadei HaRav: Public Lectures on the Festivals by Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik Hardcover”
    edited by Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Pick, Urim Publications, 2016
  57. Rabbi Warns Jew2s on Education: Advises Blende of Secular Study, Boston Sunday Advertiser, December 25, 1932 reprinted in Lehrhaus 2017 and 2023
  58. “Maimonides, Between Philosophy and Halakhah:
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Lectures on the Guide of the Perplexed”
    R. Homnick, edited by Lawrence Kaplan, Littman Library Of Jewish Civilization, 2016
    review by H. Zelcer, Hakirah 22, p35-48, 2017.
  59. Halakhic Morality: Essays on Ethics and Masorah
    ed. by J.B. Wolovelsky and R. Zielger
    Toras HaRav Foundation, Maggid books 2017.
  60. “Megillat Esther Mesorat haRav”
    Commentary based on the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    edited by S. Posner, E. Krakowski and M. Genack, OU Press, Koren Publisher, Jerusalem, 2017
  61. “Chumash Mesorat HaRav with Commentary based on the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik – Sefer Bamidbar”`
    compiled and edited by Arnold Lustiger, OU Press, Ohr Publishing, Edison, NJ, 2017
  62. “Chumash Mesorat HaRav with Commentary based on the teachings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik – Sefer Devarim”`
    compiled and edited by Arnold Lustiger, OU Press, Oht Publishing, Edison NJ, 2018
  63. “Jewish Sovereignty and the Redemption of the Shekina” translation of a Yiddish drasha at the 28th national; convention of Mizrachi June 1948, Tradition 53(1) 1-26, Winter 2021.
  64. Kol Dodi Dofek – קול דודי דופק: Listen, My Beloved Knocks Paperback – August 19, 2022                                                                                  David Z Gordon (Translator)
  65. Droshes vegan shivas tsiyon un kiyum ha-umo
    Yiddish Discourses on the Return to Zion and Jewish Destiny
    OU Press
  66. “Concepts in Halakha as Elaborated Upon by the Aggada and Kabbala”  Tradition special digital edition, 2023
  67. Lectures of Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik: The Relationship between Halakhah, Aggadah and Kabbalah” — Transcribed by Rabbi Dr. Robert Blau                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Edited and footnotes by: Eliyahu Krakowski, Heshey Zelcer and Mark Zelcer                                                                                                            Hakirah 33, 2023
  68. The Return to Zion – Addresses on Religious Zionism and American Orthodoxy, translated from Yiddish by Shaul Seidler-Feller, edited by Joel Wolowelsky and Simin Posner, OU Press and Ktav Publishing 2023
  69. Concepts in Halakha as Elaborated Upon by the Aggada and Kabbala Tradition Transcribed and edited by Yaakov Homnick, Special Digital Edition 2023
  70. Mendi Gopin  Maaseh Harav – In Commemoration of His 120th Birthday and His 30th Yahrzeit – Pesach 5783, 2023.
  71. The Rav on Tefillah: An Anthology of Teachings by Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on Tefillah

Edited and annotated by Rabbi Dr. Jay Goldmintz, OU Press 2023

IV. Books about R. Soloveitchik or containing chapters about him

  1. A New Jewish Theology in the Making by Eugene Borowitz, Philadelphia, 1974. Chapter 7 is on Heschel and Rav Soloveitchik
  2. My Search for the Messiah: Studies and Wanderings in Israel and America, by Mark Jay Mirsky. MacMillan Publ. NY p69-73, 1977.
  3. Challenge and Mission: The Emergence of the English Speaking Rabbinate, by Louis Bernstein. Shengold Publ, NY, 1982
  4. Choices in Modern Jewish Thought, by Eugene Borowitz.
    Behrmann House, NY, p222-223, 1983.
  5. כבוד הרב edited by Moshe Sharman and Jeffrey Woolf,
    Yeshiva University, NY, 1984.
  6. Jubillee volume in honor of Rav Soloveitchik.
    Mossad haRav Kook and Yeshiva University, NY
    Edited by Rav Shaul Israeli, Rav Nachum Lamm and Dr. Isaac Rafael, 1984.
  7. The Modern Impulse of Traditional Judaism by A. Kurzweil,
    Ktav, Hoboken NJ, 1985
    See chapter 7, “Universalism in the philosophy of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik.”
  8. A Living Covenant, by D. Hartman. The Free Press/Macmillan, NY, 1985.
    Much of “part 1” discusses the Rav: chap 3, “‘Halakhic Man’:
    Soloveitchik’s Synthesis,” and the appendix to chap 6, “Halakhic critique of Soloveitchik’s Approach to Prayer.”                                                See also Conflicting Visions, by D. Hartman, Schocken Books, NY, 1990
  9. טוב ורע בהגות יהודיתTov by Shalom Rosenberg, p74-81, Tel Aviv, 1985.
  10. The Biblical Echo: Reflections on Bible, Jews and Judaism, by Emanuel Feldman. Ktav, Hoboken, NJ, 1986.
  11. משנות הגות של הרב קוק והרי”ד סולוביציק
    edited by Chaim Chamiel, Be-Oro, Jerusalem, 1986
  12. Between Berlin and Slobodka: Jewish Transition Figures from
    Eastern Europe, by Hillel Goldberg, Ktav, Hoboken NJ, 1989.
    Discussion of Rabbi Israel Salanter, Prof. Harry Wolfson,
    Rabbi Isaac Hutner, Rabbi Joseph Baer Soloveitchik,
    Abraham Joshua Heshel and Rabbi Joseph Zev Lipovitz.
    Reviewed by L. Kaplan, Daat 35, V-XXXIV, 1995.
  13. Tradition in an Untraditional Age by Rabbi J. Saks,
    Valentine, London, 1990. see chapter ‘Joseph B Soloveitchik:
    Conflict and Creation’
  14. Echoes of the Song of the Nightingale: The Torah as a Divine Document,
    by Leon Mozeson. West New York, NJ, Sharei Tzedek, 1991
    Interpretation of data supporting creation includes unpublished
    lectures of R. Soloveitchik including what the Rav said and did.
  15. Confrontation: The Existential Thought of Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik, by Zvi Kolitz. Ktav, Hoboken, NJ, 1992.
  16. “Jewish-Christian Dialogue: A Jewish Justification”
    by David Novak Publisher: Oxford University Press; Reprint edition (February 1992)                                                                                               reviewed by Rashkover, Randi,
    “Jewish Responses to Jewish-Christian Dialogue:
    A Look Ahead to the Twenty-First Century”,
    Cross Currents:” 50:1-2 p211-20, 2000.
  17. Eretz HaZvi, Hershel Schacter, Genesis Jerusalem Press, Israel, 1992.
  18. HaKiyum HaDati el Mul HaModernia Al Pi HaRav Y.D. Soloveitchik
    Zivan, Masters thesis, Bar Ilan, 1993.
  19. Nefesh HaRav, Herschel Schacter, Jerusalem 1994.
  20. Thinkers and Teachers of Modern Judaism,
    Evan M Zuesse, The Gate to God’s Presence in Heschel, Buber, and Soloveitchik’
    Aaron M. Singer, “Soloveitchik’s ‘Lonely Man of Faith'”
    Parargon House, 1994, Raphael Patai, Emanuel S. Goldsmith, editors
  21. זכרון הרב Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, NY, 1984                                                                                                                                      Divrei Torah by many authors in memory of Rav Joseph B. Soloveichik
  22. The Soloveitchik Heritage: A Daughter’s Perspective,
    Shulamith Meiselman, Ktav, Hoboken, NJ, 1995.
    A memoir about her parents (R. Moshe Soloveitchik)
  23. אמינה בזמנים משתנים Sifriat Elinor, Department for Education and Culture in the Diaspora,
    WZO, Jerusalem, 1996. Aliner Library
  24. Exploring the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,
    Marc Angel. Ktav, Hoboken, NJ, 1996.
    Articles from Tradition by Wurzburger, Fox, Peli, Sossevsky, Carmy Sokol, Spero, Kolbrener, Saks, Blau and Blidstein
  25. William Kolbrener, “Towards a Genuine Jewish Philosophy:
    ‘Halakhic Mind’s new philosophy of religion”, Tradition 30,3 21-43, 1996
  26. William Kolbrener, “‘No ‘elsewhere’; Fish, Soloveitchik
    and the unavoidability of interpretation”
    Literature and Theology 10:,2 171-190, 1996
  27. The Rationale of Halakhic Man: Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s
    Conception of Jewish Thought, Reiner Munk, Benjamins, 1996.
  28. Oliver Leaman, ‘Jewish Existenialism; Rosenzweig, Buber,
    and Soloveitchik’ in History of Jewish Philosophy
    Routledge History of World Philosophies, Vol 2
    Daniel H. Frank and Oliver Leaman, editors, 1997.
  29. Halakhic Positions of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,
    Aharon Ziegler, Jason Aronson Inc., Northvale NJ, 1998.
  30. Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik: Man of Halakha, Man of Faith,
    Menachem Genack (editor), Ktav, 1998.
    Collection of articles from Tradition 30:4 (summer 1996) see #77
  31. The Rav: The World of Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik, Vol 1,2,
    Aaron Rakeffet, Ktav, 1999. Biography and quotes.
    see book review by Yosef Blau, Tradition 34:4
    Philip Weinberger, Jewish Action 61#1, fall 2000
    response, Jewish Action 61#3, spring 2001
    Daniel Rynhold, “The Maggid of Boston”, L’eylah, 49, December 2000.
    Daniel Rynhold, Journal of Jewish Studies, 53:1, p187-188, Spring 2002.
    Carmy, Shalom, “His Master’s Voice”, First Things:
    A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life, 1004 p68-71, Jun/July 2000.
  32. והיו לאחדים בידך Yuval Cherlow.
    From dialectics to harmony in the thought of
    Rabbi Joseph Baer Soloveitchik, Tevunot, Alon Shvut, 2000.
  33. Community, Leadership and Education:                                                                                                                                                                    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Maimonides School and the Development of Boston’s Orthodox Community,
    Seth Farber, Ph.D. thesis Hebrew University, 2000.
  34. בשם אומר Shiurim of Rav Soloveitchik from notes of Goldstein
    Arranged and edited by Zvi Harris Gedalia and Ephraim Haddad,
    Keren Gimel, Jerusalem, 2000.
  35. Mekorot Harav, index to the works of Rav Soloveitchik and students,
    Eli Turkel and Chaim Turkel, Rubin Mass Ltd. Publishers, Jerusalem, 2001
  36. Love and Terror in the God Encounter:
    The Theological Legacy of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    David Hartman, Jewish Lights Publishing, 2001.
    See reviews by
    Rudman, Idelle, Library Journal, 126:20, p132-135, Dec. 1, 2001.
    Garrett Lynn, Riess Jana and Zaleski Jeff, Publishers Weekly,
    248:30 73-77, Sept 23, 2001
    E. Stern, “Defining Jewish Orthodoxy”, First Things, 49-54, April 2002,
    Kessler, Seymour, “Rav Soloveitchik’s Legacy”,
    Judaism, 51:3, 366-370, Summer 2002.
    Eugene Korn, נצחוני בני, The Edah Journal 2:1
    Shaul Maggid, “And They Created Him in Their Image’:
    David Hartman’s Soloveitchik and the Battle for a Teachers’ Legacy” Shofar, 21:2, p134-139, winter 2003
  37. Halakhic Positions of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Vol II
    Aharon Ziegler, Jason Aronson Inc., Northvale NJ, 2001.
  38. Leaves of Faith, vol 1: The World of Jewish Learning,
    Ktav Publishers, NJ, 2003. R. Aharon Lichtenstein,
    contains portrait of Rav Soloveitchik
  39. Ma’ayon Zichronot: Memories Of A Giant Eulogies In Memory of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, zt”l,                                                        edited by Michael A. Bierman, 2003.
    The Joseph B. Soloveitchik Institute Library – Volume 1
    Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter, Series Editor and Urim Publications
    reviewed by Shlomo Pick, BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu),
    Bar-Ilan University Press, 15, 67-74, 2004.
  40. Orthodoxy Awakens, The Belkin Era and Yeshiva University”
    by Victor B. Geller, Hemed Press, Israel, 2003
    has chapter on Rabbi Soloveitchik
  41. An American Orthodox Dreamer: Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    and Boston’s Maimonides School
    Seth Farber, Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture and Life,
    Brandeis University, 2004.
  42. הגותן הפילוסופית של הרב סולוביציק איש ההלכה דעת או הלכה?
    Dov Schwartz, Tevunot Publishers, Michlelet Herszog, Alon Shvut, 2004.
    Also, Bar Ilan University Press, Ramat Gan, 2004.
    see discussion by Shlomo Pick and Alan J. Yuter and response by Schwartz in
    Review of Rabbinic Judaism 12:2 (2009)
    translated by Batya Stein
    Religion or Halakha: The Philosophy of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    (Supplements to the Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy)
    Leiden, Brill Publishers, 2007
  43. Insights of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Discourses on Fundamental Theological Issues in Judaism
    edited by Saul Weiss,
    Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Lanham, 2005
  44. Halakhic Positions of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Vol III
    Aharon Ziegler, Rowman & Littlefield 2005.
  45. Ne-achaz Besvach – Shiurim Le-haguto shel HaRav Soloveitchik
    Chaim Navon, Maaliyot Publishers, Maale Adumim, 2006
    Survey of philosophy of R. Soloveitchik
    review by J. Woolf, Hatzofe May 10, 2007.
  46. Davening with the Rav – My Rabbi and my Rebbe
    Mendi Gopin, Ktav Publishers, Jersey City, NJ, 2006
  47. An Introduction to Modern Jewish Thinkers: From Spinoza to Soloveitchik
    Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc, Alan T. Levenson
  48. Halakhic Positions of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Vol IV
    Aharon Ziegler, Ktav Publishing House, Jersey City, NJ, 2007.
  49. Mentor of Generation: Reflection on Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,
    Z. Eleff, KTAV Publishing House, Hoboken, NJ, 2008.
  50. Dov Schwartz, “U-Bekishatem Mi-Sham: Teguvato shel haRav Y.D. Soloveitchik
    le-phenomologia shel Daat”
    Be-Darchei Shalom – Iyunim bahagut Yehudit – mugashim le-Shalom Rosenberg,
    Beit Morasha of Jerusalem Press, editor Benjamin Ish-Shalom, 2007.
  51. Shubert Spero, “The Role of Descriptive Hermeneutics in the Thought of the Rav”
    BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 18:29-42 (2007)
  52. הגותו הפילוסופית של הרב סולוביציק מחקר התודעה לטיור אישיות הקיום The Philosophy of Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik
    From the Study of Consciousness to the Foundation of Existence
    Dov Schwartz, Bar Ilan University Press, Ramat Gan, 2008.
  53. בתורותו יהגה לימוד גמרא כבקשת אלוקים
    HaRav Shagar (Shimon Gershon Rosenberg)
    Machom Kitvei haRav Shagar, Alom Shvut, Israel, 2008
  54. The Rav Thinking Aloud
    Transcripts of Personal Conversations with Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    David Holzer, Holzerseforim, 2009.
  55. Halakhic Man, Authentic Jew:
    Modern Expressions of Orthodox Thought from
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Rabbi Elizer Berkovits
    Ira Bedzow, Urim Publications, Jerusalem,New York, 2009
    The author’s disagreements with Rabbis Soloveitchik and Berkowitz
  56. Aspects of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Philosophy of Judaism
    Shubert Spero, Ktav Publishing House, Jersey City, 2009
    Collection of mainly previously published articles by R. Spero
  57. אמונה בזמן משבר (Faith in a time of Crisis)
    Am Hasefer – Yediot Seforim, Tel Aviv, 2009.
    Discussion of R. Hirsch, R. Kook, Chazon Ish, R. Solovoeichik
    Sampling of writings, includes a portion of Ish Ha-emuna and Kol Dodi Dofek
  58. Halachic Positions of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Vol V
    Aharon Ziegler, Jason Aronson Inc., Northvale NJ, 2010.
  59. רב בעולם החדש Rabbi in the New World. The Influence of Rabbi J. B. Soloveitchik on Culture, Education and Jewish Thought                        articles on the influence of R. Soloveitchik
    Edited By Avinoam Rosenak Naftali Rothenberg
    Publisher: Magnes Publishers, Hebrew University, 2010.
    Based on a conference at Van Leer Institute
  60. אמונות ודעות במשנת הגרי”ד סולוביציק
    ed Meir Cohen, Yad Itmar , 2011.
    articles by D. Schwartz, A. Sagi, Z. Moshiach, C. Navon. S. Riskin, D. Bigman
  61. Majesty and Humility: The Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Published by Urim Publications and Maimonides School and OU Press Series:                                                                                                          The Rabbi Soloveitchik Library – Volume 3 Israel, 2012 ISBN 978-965-524-076-4.
    Alex Ozar
    “Halakhic poetry.(Majesty and Humilty: The Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik)(Book review):
    First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life
  62. Society and Self – On the Writings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    J. Blidstein, OU Press, NY 2012
  63. The Human Condition and the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Christian M. Rutishauser, Ktav Publishing Company, 2013
  64. Understanding the Lonely Man of Faith
    Richard Borah, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform , 2013
  65. The Rambam and the Rav on the 54 Portions of the Torah
    Richard Borah, 2014
  66. Medieval Haggadah Anthology with the commentary of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, by David Holzer (author), Aryeh Holzer and Zecharia Holzer (editors) , holzerbooks 2014
  67. The Medieval Illuminated Haggadah by David Holzer Holzerbooks 2015
  68. שיעורי בית
    Rabbi Soloveitchik on Relationship, Sexuality and Family Nowadays (Hebrew)
    Chaim Navon, Yediot Achronot, Sifrei Hemed, 2016
  69. Rav and Rebbe
    Chaim Dalfin Jewish Enrichment Press 2016
  70. The Last Rabbi: Joseph Soloveitchik and Talmudic Tradition
    William Kolbrener, Indiana University Press, Bloomington Indiana, 2016.
  71. Judaism and the West: From Hermann Cohen to Joseph Soloveitchik
    Robert Erlewine, Indiana University Press, Bloomington Indiana, 2016
  72. Maimonides between Philosophy and Halakha
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveictik’s Lectures on the Guide to the Perplexed
    Lawrence Kaplan, Ktav P{ublishing, Urtim Publications, Jerusalem, 2016.
  73. Reading the Rav, Moshe Sokolow, Kodesh Press, NY 2018
  74. Nietzsche, Soloveitchik and Contemporary Philosophy
    Daniel Rynhold and Micael Harri
    Cambridge University Press, University Of Cambridge, 2018.
  75. עוז וענוה הגותו של הרב יוסף דוב סולוביציק
    Majesty and Humility: The thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik עוז וענוה הגותו של הרב יוסף דוב סולוביציק                                                              Reuven Ziegler, Sifrei Magid, Koren Publisher, 2018.
  76. Man as Sinner and Penitent: Repentance in the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,                                                                                      Leora Alcheck, Jewish Philosophy & Thought, 2018
  77. Rabbi Joseph Dov Soloveitchik on the Experience of Prayer(translation)
    Dov Schwartz, Academic Studies Press, Boston, 2019
  78. Rabbi Joseph Dov Soloveitchik: Blessings and Thanksgivings
    by S. Carmy and J.B. Wolowelsky, OU Press, Magid Books, 2019.
  79. Covenant and the Jewish Conversion Question Extending the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik (Jewish Thought and Philosophy)                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Benji, Levy, McMillan 2021.
  80. The Philosophy of Joseph B. Soloveitchik                                                                                                                                                                   Heshy Zelcer and Mark Zelcer, Routledge Jewish Studies Series, 2021.
  81. Torah United (two volumes) Aaron Golscheider. Ktav 2023 Teachings on the weekly parshas (Bereshit and Shemot) from Rav Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik and the Chassidic Masters

V. Articles about Rabbi Soloveitchik

  1. Hapardes 6:7 (October 1932):4-6 On October 4, 1932, the Agudat Harabbonim welcomed Rabbi Soloveitchik, who had recently arrived in America, at a meeting of its Vaad Hapoel.  In honor of the occasion, it printed a letter of recommendation written for him by Rabbi Abraham Shapiro.
  2. Hapardes 6:8 (November 1932):4 A short notice about the fact that Rabbi Soloveitchik was accepted as Chief Rabbi of Boston
  3. Jewish Advocate August 29, 4-5, 1941
  4. Commentator 9(4) Dec. 2, 1942
  5.  חגיגת חברת ש”ס הכללית דבוסטון וסביבותיה HaPardes 16(12) 15-18, March 1943.
  6. HaPardes 17(10) מעשה בוסטון 23-24 January 1944.
  7. Joseph Shubow, “Judge A. K. Cohen Reports On Kashruth In Boston” HaPardes 17(10)24-26 January 1944.
  8. Hillel Zeidman, “Rav Joseph Baer Soloveitchik”, Or haMizrach, 1957.
  9. Aharon Lichtenstein, “Joseph Soloveitchik” in Great Jewish Thinkers of the Twentieth Century, ed. S. Noveck, Bnai Brith, 281-297, 1963.
  10. Charles S. Liebman, “Orthodoxy in American Jewish Life”,
    American Jewish Yearbook, Vol. 66, Philadelphia:
    Jewish Publication Society of America, 53,64, 87-88, 1965.
  11. Aryeh Strikavsky, “Meolam Machshavto shel Morenu haRav Y. D. Soloveitchik,” מעולם מחשבתו של מורינו הר י.ד. בסולוביציק
    Gesher 3:1 p150, 1966.
  12. Eugene Borowitz, “The Typological Theology of Rabbi J. B. Soloveitchik”, Judaism 15, 1966.
  13. Charles S. Liebman, “The Training of American Rabbis”,
    American Jewish Yearbook, 69:69-70, 1968.
  14. “Joseph Baer Soloveitchik,” Encyclopedia Judaica,
    Keter Publishing House, Vol. 15, 1971.
  15. Morris Laub, “Tuesday Evenings with the Rav”,
    Congress bi-Weekly, Nov. 12, 1971.
  16. Edward B. Fiske, “Rabbi’s Rabbi Keeps the Law up to Date”,
    New York Times, June 23, 1972.
  17. Jonathan Saks, “Alienation and Faith”, Tradition 13:4/14:1, 137-162, 1973.
  18. Lawrence Kaplan, “The Religious Philosophy of Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik”, Tradition 14:2 43-64, 1973.
  19. Morris Sosevsky, “The Lonely Man of Faith Confronts the Ish haHalakhah” Tradition 16:2, 73-89, 1976.
  20. Rothchild, “Rav Soloveitchik, Talmudic Scholar and Philosopher”, Present Tense 4:41-42 1977.
  21. Pinchas Peli, “Repentant Man in the Thought of Rabbi Yosef Soloveitchik”
    RnJUYB, 1977/1978 110-123, 1977.
  22. Zvi Kaplan, ממשנתו של הרב סולוביציק, Mabua 13, 1977.
  23. Birnbaum, ” ‘The Man of Dialogue’ and ‘The Man of Halacha'”
    (Buber and Soloveitchik), Judaism 26, 1977.
  24. Shihor, “On the Problem of Halacha’s Status in Judaism:
    A Study of the Attitude of Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik”, Forum p30-31, 1978.
  25. Avi Shweizer (Sagi), בדידותו של איש ההלכה במשנתו של י.ד. סולוביציק דילקטיקה של גורל ויעוד, Daat 2-3, 251-257, 1979.
  26. Pinchas Peli, הדרוש בהגות הרב סולוביציק מתודה או מהותי?
    Daat 4:115, 1980.
  27. Pinchas Peli, “Repentant Man in the Thought of Rabbi Soloveitchik
    – medium or message? Tradition 23,3 9-31, 1988
  28. Russel Hendel, “Peshat and Derash”
    Tradition, Winter, 1980. Contains methodological comments from the Rav’s Saturday night shiurim on Rashi
  29. Charles Grysman, “The Actualized Man as seen through the eyes of Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik and Carl Jung”,
    JSWF 16 p7-74, 1980.
  30. David Hartman, “The Breakdown of Tradition and the Quest for Renewal; Reflection on Three Responses to Modernity
    B. Soloveitchik, Mordechai Kaplan, A.J. Heschel”
    Forum 37:9-24, 38:43-64, 39:61-75, 1980
  31. Emanuel Feldman, “Reflections of the Rav: Lessons in Jewish Thought”
    Tradition, Vol. 19:1, 84-87, 1981.
  32. Abraham Bik, איש ההלכה והספרות הקלסית
    Mabua 16, edited by Jacob Even-Chen, Society of Religious books in Israel, 125-133, 1981.
  33. Ehud Luz, היסוד הדלקטי בכתבי הרב י.ד. סולוביציק
    Daat 9:75-89, 1982.
  34. Zvi Erich Kurzweil, “Universalism in the Philosophy of
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik”, Judaism 31,4 459-471 , 1982
  35. R”l Arzi, בקינות עם הגאון ריד סולוביציק Shanah beShanah 1982.
  36. Natan Rosenstreich, דעת ודתיות Moznaim 55, 1982.
  37. Walter S. Wurzburger, “The Maimonidean Matrix of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Two-Tiered-Ethics”
    in Through the Sound of Many Voices, Leester and Orpen Dennys Limited, Toronto 1982.
    Also in Gesher 16:118-129, 1985.
  38. David Singer and Moshe Sokol, “Joseph Soloveitchik: Lonely Man of Faith”
    Modern Judaism, 2:3 p227-272, 1982. (see response in article by Fox).
  39. Hillel Goldberg, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik;
    Soloveitchik’s Lonely Quest”, Midstream 28:34-35, 1982.
  40. Jerome Eckstein, “Between dignity and redemption: a critique of Soloveitchik’s Adam I and Adam II”
    Frank, 121-136, 1983.
  41. Pinchas Peli, מתורת האדם של הרב סולוביציק
    Daat 12:99-110,1984.
  42. Hillel Goldeberg, “Joseph B. Soloveitchik, ‘The Lonely Man of Faith'”,
    Jewish Spectator 49,2 p50-54, 1984.
  43. Manfred Lehmann, “On My Mind”,
    Bnai Brith Messenger, Nov. 11, 1984, p16. see also “Hatikva”, Nov. 1984.
  44. Yitzchak Rafael, לכבוד הרב Sinai 95, 1984.
  45. Lawrence Kaplan, דגמים של האדם הדתי האידיאלי בהגות הרב יוסף דוב סולוביציק Mechkarei Yerushalayim beMachshevet Yisrael, 4:328, 1985.
  46. Roy Mittelman, “Agency and Communion according to Bakan
    and Soloveitchik: two perspectives, JeCi III 209-218, 1985
  47. Manfred Lehman, “Re-writing the Biography of Rav Soloveitchik,” Algemeiner Journal, Nov. 4, 1994,
    reproduced in Larger than Life by S.S. Deutsch, p283.
  48. Jonathan Saks, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik: Halakhic Man”
    L’eylah 19:36-41, Spring, 1985.
  49. Emmanuel Rackman, Rackman on “Borowitz on Soloveitchik”,
    Sh’ma 15:137-139,1985.
  50. S. Schwarzchild, “The Halachic Mind, essay in Jewish Thought and Modern Thought”, Sh’ma, 1985.
  51. Emmanuel Rackman, “Clarifying Soloveitchik’s Halakhic Ideal”, Sh’ma 16:12-13, 1985.
  52. Emmanuel Rackman, “Soloveitchik: On Differing with my Rebbe”, Sh’ma 15:65, 1986.
  53. Aviezer Ravitsky, “Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik on Human Knowledge Between Maimonidean and Neo-Kantian Philosophy”, Modern Judaism 6:2 157-188, 1986.
  54. Michael L. Morgan, “Soloveitchik’s Halakhic Platonism”, Journal of Religious Ethics 66,2:194-198, 1986.
  55. Norman Lamm, “Notes of an Unrepentant Darshan,” in Sermon Anthology of the Rabbinical Council of America, Baruch Poupko, Rabbinical Council Press, NY p9-10, 1986.
  56. Dorff, “Halakhic Man: A Review Essay”, Modern Judaism 6:1, 91-98, February, 1986.
  57. Pinchas Peli, “Repentant Man — A High Level in R. Soloveitchik’s Typology of Man”, Tradition 18:2 p135, Summer, 1986.
  58. Aaron Kahn, כל האוכל ושותה בתשרי A Collection of Chiddushei Torah, Bet Yosef Shaul, 1986.
  59. Yona ben-Sasson, משנת ההגות של הראי”ה קוק והגרי”ד סולוביציק Beoro, Jerusalem, 1986.
  60. Aaron Rakeffet, הנהגת עם ישראל במשנתו של הריד סולוביציק Iturim Lechvod Moshe Krone, Jerusalem, 1986.
  61. Shihor, “On the Problem of Halacha’s Status in Judaism: A Study of the Attitude of Rabbi Josef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik”, Forum Spring and Summer 1987.
  62. Michael Gillis, “The Halakhic Mind: a review essay”, L’eylah, 37-40, 1987.
  63. Lawrence Kaplan, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Philosophy of Halakhah”, The Jewish Law Annual vol. 7, Harwood Academic Publishers- The Institute of Jewish Law at Boston University Law School, 1988.
  64. Michael Oppenheim, “Kierkergaard and Soloveitchik”, Judaism 37,1:29-40, 1988.
  65. Pinchas Peli, “Hermeneutics in the Thought of Rabbi Soloveitchik, Medium or Message”, Tradition 23:3 9-31, Spring, 1988.
  66. Pinchas Peli, “Hermeneutics in the Thought of Rabbi Soloveitchik”, Conservative Judaism 41,3 16-34, 1989.
  67. Jonathan Saks, “Review: Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik’s Early Epistemology: A Review of the Halakhic Mind”, Tradition 23:3 75-87, Spring, 1988.
  68. Menachem Mendel Gopin, קטעים לדוגמא מקונטרוס למחזור ראש השנה על פי נוסח הגרי”ד סולוביציק, Or haMizrach, 3 7:1 6-11, 1988.
  69. Shalom Carmy, “Destiny, Freedom and the Logic of Petition Tradition Vol. 24:2 17-37, Winter 1989.
  70. Marvin Fox, “The Unity and Structure of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Thought”, Tradition Vol. 24:2 44-65, Winter, 1989. Response to the article of Singer and Sokol.
  71. Gerald Blidstein, “On the Jewish People in the Writings of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik”, Tradition 24:3 21-43, Spring, 1989.
  72. Michael Gillis, “Review: Yemei Zikkaron”, Tradition 24:3 104-109, Spring, 1989.
  73. David Hartman, “The Halakhic Hero: Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik”, Modern Judaism 9:3, 249-273 October, 1989. A response to Elliot Dorff’s review
  74. Hannah Kasher, האמונה כביטוי של רצון בין הריד סולוביציק לישיעהו ליבוביץ American Academy on Jewish Sciences, 25, 1989.
  75. Shaul Maggid, היסוד הדיאלקטי באנרופולגיה ההלכתית של הרב סולוביציק Et Laasot, 1989.
  76. Dov Schwartz, הגאולה האינדיבאלית במשנתו של הרב י.ד. סולוביציק, Mekhkarim beSafrut haYehudit Mugashim Lekavod HaRav Alexander Spern, edited by Chalamish, Alei Shor, Ramat Gan, 1990.
  77. Reiner Munk, “Soloveitchik on Cohen” in Studies in Jewish Philosophy
  78. Torah and Wisdom, Kabbalah and Halacha: Essays in Honor of Arthur Hyman, Ruth Link Salinger, Sheingold, NY, 147-165. 1992.
  79. Reiner Munk, Joseph B. Soloveitchik on Hermann Cohen’s ‘Logik der reinen Erkenntnis'” Torah and Wisdom, 147-173, 1992
  80. David Singer, “The Lonely Man of Faith,” New Leader 75:16-18, 1992.
  81. Avi Sagi, הרב סולוביציק ופרופסור ליבוביץ כתיאורתיקים של ההלכה, Daat 29:131-148, 1992. Translated as “Contending With Modernity; Scripture in the Thought of Yeshayahu Leibowitz and Joseph Soloveitchik” Journal of Religion, 77:3, p421-441, 1997
  82. Binyamin Ish-Shalom, בשפה כקטיגורית דתית בהגותו של הרב י.ד. סולוביציק, Jubilee volume in honor of Rav Mordechai Breuer, 799-821, edited by Bar-Asher, Jerusalem, 1992.
  83. David Hartman, “Creativity and ‘imitatio Dei'” S’vara 2:1 p36-43, 1991
  84. Samuel Boylan, סכנה וביטחון בשעת מלחמה, Or HaMizrach 40:3,4, 1992.
  85. Jewish Action (OU), Volume 53 #3, Summer 1993, special issue. Rabbi Yosef Dov Soloveitchik: Biographical Highlights
    by R. Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff 19-22
    The Great Musician Takes his Leave, by R. Hillel Goldberg 23-24
    Personal Glimpses of the Rav, by Dr. Allen Goldstein 24-26
    The Task Dearest to his Heart, by Michael Rosenberg 27-28
    My Teacher, My Master, by R. Menachem Genack 28-30
    Creation and Conflict, by R. Jonathan Saks 30-31
    The Rav’s Philosophy, by Dr. David Shatz 32-36
    Faith and Intellect: The Impact of the Rav by Matis Greenblatt 36-37
  86. Amit Woman magazine, Vol. LXVII5, September 1993.
  87. Jonathan Saks, “A Hesped in Honour of Rav Yosef Soloveitchik”, L’eylah 36 p2
  88. Immanuel Jakobovitz, “The ‘Rav’ as I knew him: A personal Appreciation”, L’eylah 36 p6
  89. Allan Nadler, “Soloveitchik’s Halakhic Man: Not a Mithnagged”, Modern Judaism, 13:119-147, 1993.
  90. Abraham Berkowitz and Stephen Garrin, “Halakhic Man at Fifty: A Tribute”, Jewish Thought, Volume 3 #1, 83-98, 1993.
  91. Legacy: Rabbi Dr. Joseph Soloveitchik and Maimonides School (Brookline, Mass.), Maimonides School, October 1993.
  92. David Singer, “Joseph Soloveitchik”, Interpreters of Judaism in the Late Twentieth Century, 325-342, 1993.
  93. Moshe Choshen, דיוקן עצמי או דיוקן אביב והטרונומיה במשנת הריד סולוביציק, Sinai 112, 1993
  94. Zanvel Klein, בני יוסף דוברים: רב יוסף ד. סולוביציק ביבליוגרפיה זצ”ל, The Torah U~Madda Journal, 4:84-133, 1993.
  95. Mordechai Gafni, ביבליאוגרפיה לכתבי הרב סולוביציק, Daat 31:15-105, 1993.
  96. Yoel Katan, על כתבי הרב סולוביציק, HaMaayan, 34:28-29, 1993.
  97. Herschel Schacter, “Hesped on Rav Soloveitchik,” Or HaMizrach 51:3-4, 1993.
  98. Shalom Rosenberg, על משנתומ הפילוסופית של הריד י.ד. סולוביציק, Gvilin 1, 1993.
  99. Walter S. Wurzburger, “Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik as Posek of Post-Modern Orthodoxy”, Tradition Vol. 29:1 5-20, 1994.
  100. Steven Riskin, “My Rebbe, the Rav” Bikurim (medreshet Lindenbaum), p 7-15, 1994.
  101. David Derovan, “On the Love of Torah and Redemption of the Generation’s Soul”, translation of “Al Ahavat haTorah u’Geulas Nefesh Hador” (in Besod Hayachid v’ehayachid) Bikurim (medreshet Lindenbaum), p 97-103, 1994.
  102. Alan Todd Levenson, “Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s ‘The Halakhic Mind’” a liberal critique and appreciation, CCAR Journal 41,1 55-63, 1994
  103. Gerald Blidstein, “Biblical Models in the Contemporary Thought of Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik” Literature and Theology 8:3 p236-246, 1994.
  104. Shalom Carmy, “Of Eagle’s Flight and Snail’s Pace” Tradition Vol. 29:121-31, 1994.
  105. Moshe Sokol, “Ger Ve-toshah Anokhi: Modernity and Traditionism in the Life and Thought of R. Joseph B. Soloveitchik”, Tradition 29:1, 32-47, 1994.
  106. Beit Yosef Shaul Kovetz Chidushei Torah – עיונים וביאורים בתורת מרן הגאון רבי יוסף דוב הלוי סולוביציק זצ”ל על עניני סתם
    Gruss Kollel Elyon, RIETS, 1994
    Mordecai Willig, בענין קריאת התורה 4:153-164
    Shalom Carmy, היהודי משול לספר תורה
    section of yahrzeit shiur 5719, translated from Yiddish which was written by Hillel Seidman and appeared in Die Yiddishe Woch.
  107. Yitzhak Gottlieb, על גישתו ההילכתית של הרב י.ד. סולוביציק Shana be-Shana, 186-197, 1994.
  108. Gedaliah Dov Shwartz, מרן הגאון ריד הלוי סולוביציק בשיטת הגר:א, Hadarom 63, 1994.
  109. Aharon Lichtenstein, סקירה על תורתו המחשבית של הרב י.ד. סולוביציק זצ”ל, Alon Shevut 140-141, 5754.
  110. Aharon Lichtenstein, כך היא דרכה של תורת הרב: לדרך לימודו של הגרי”ד סולוביציק
    Alon Shevut Bogrim (le Bogrei Yeshivat Har-Etzion), II Nissan 5754, 116-117.
  111. Herschel Schacter, ליקוטי תורה Or HaMizrach 44:32-41, 1995.
  112. Carol Mutterperl, “Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Martin Buber: Community and dialogic decision”, JWSF 21, 13-25, 1985.
  113. Itamar Maoz, מילון עזר לספרי הגרי”ד סולוביציק second edition, 5756
  114. Avi Sagi, כתבי קודש ומשמועתם בהגות של ליבוביץ וסולוביציק פרק בדרכי ההתמודדות עם המודרניה, BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 3,49-62, 1995.
  115. Jonathan Cohen, “Strauss, Soloveitchik, and the Genesis Narrative – Conceptions of the Ideal Jew as Derived from Philosophical and Theological Readings” Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, 5:1,1995
  116. Moshe Sokol, “Joseph B. Soloveitchik (1903-1993)”, American Jewish Yearbook 1995, 575-584, 1995.
  117. Shubert Spero, “Rabbi Joseph Dov Soloveitchik and the Philosophy of Halakha”, Tradition Vol. 30:2 41-64, Winter 1996.
  118. Reiner Munk, “The Rationale of the Halakhic Man: Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Conception of Jewish Thought”, Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Thought, 3:32-38, 1996.
  119. Zev Harvey הערות על הרב סולוביציק והפילוסופיה הרמביתית אמונה בזמנים משתנים Sagi 1996
  120. Special issue of Tradition Vol. 30:4 (Summer 1996)
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik Memorial Issue
    The Rov by R. Y. Twersky 13-44
    The Rav at Jubilee: An appreciation by R. A. Lichtenstein 45-57
    For my Grandfather has left Me by R. M. Lichtenstein 58-78
    A Glimpse of the Rav by R. M. Twersky 79-114
    On the Halakhic Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik:
    The Norms and nature of Mourning by G. Blidstein 115-130
    Learning with the Rav: Learning from the Rav by S. Boylan 131-163
    Pluralism and the Category of the Ethical by S. Carmy 145-163
    The Rav as Maspid by M. Fox 164-181
    Walking with Ramban by R. M. Genack 182-192
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik: The Early Years by R. A. Rakeffet-Rothkoff
    The Rav as Communal Leader by B. Rosensweig 210-217
    The Centrality of Creativity in the thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    by R. W. Wurzburger 219-228 see rabbiwurzburger.org
  121. Zivan Gili, לא האיל אברהם הוא הקרבן עקידת יצחק על פי הגותו של הרב סולוביציק, Dimui 13(e), 1996.
  122. “‘Imitatio dei’ in the philosophy of Rav Joseph B.Soloveitchik”, Hazon Nachum 557-575, 1997
  123. Menahem Meier, “Maimonides School and the Rav”, (letter to the editor), Tradition 31:3, 115-116, 1997.
  124. “Engaging Modernity, Rabbinic Leaders and the Challenge of the Twentieth Century,” edited by Moshe Sokol. The Orthodox Forum, Jason Aronson, 1997.
  125. Walter S. Wurzburger, “Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik as Posek of Post-Modern Orthodoxy”, 119-136. Also see #65.
    Shalom Carmy, “Of Eagle’s Flight and Snail’s Pace” 137-148.  Also, see #66. Moshe Sokol, “Ger Ve-Toshav Anokhi: Modernity and Traditionalism in the Life and Thought of R. Joseph B. Soloveitchik”, 149-165. Also see #67.
  126. Lawrence Kaplan, “Soloveitchik Family,” Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion, ed. G. Wigoder and R. Werblowsky, 1997.
  127. Seth Kadish, “Kavana – Directing the Heart in Jewish Prayer”, Jason Aronson Inc., Northvale, NJ, 1997
    Chapter on the Rav’s theories in prayer
  128. Reiner Munk, “Joseph B Soloveitchiks ontotheologie”, Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift 51 104-116, April 1997. (Dutch)
  129. Moshe Gold, “Waking Hermeneutics: Dialogues between James Joyce and Hans-Geog Gadamer with Interlocutory Interruptions from Plato, Rabbi Soloveitchik, Irigaray and Others”, Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences Sept. 1997, 58(3) 863, Columbia Univ. Abstract DA9723791
  130. Eugene, J. Fisher, “Jacob B. Agus and Jewish-Christian dialogue: a view from the Christian side”, American Rabbi 109-129, NY Univ Press, 1997
  131. Shlomo H. Pick, “The Rav: Biography and Bibliography A Review Essay”, BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 6:27-44, 1998.
  132. Mayer Twersky, “Halakhic Values and Halakhic Decisions: Rav Soloveitchik’s Pesak Regarding Women’s Prayer Groups”, Tradition 32:3 5-18, 1998.
    See also letters to the editor in Tradition 33:2, 1999.
  133. Sh. Bruckstein, “Halakhic Epistemology in New-Kantian Garb: J.B. Soloveitchik’s Philosophical Writings Revisited”,
    Jewish Studies Quarterly 5:4, 346-368, 1998.
  134. S. Berger, “U-vikashtem Mi-Sham: Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Response to Martin Buber’s Existentialism,”
    Modern Judaism, 18:12, 93-118, 1998.
  135. Aharon Lichtenstein, תפילה במשנת הגרי”ד סולוביציק זצ”ל 5759, 287-302, 1998.
  136. Lawrence Kaplan, The Multi-Faceted Legacy of the Rav:
    A Critical Analysis of R. Herschel Schachter’s Nefesh HaRav
    BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 7:51-86, 1998.
  137. Yitzchak Twersky, “Make a Fence Around the Torah,”
    The Torah U-Madda Journal, volume 8, 25-40, 1998-1999.
    Shiur given on the second yahrzeit of Rav Soloveitchik.
  138. Moshe Meiselman, “The Rav, Feminism and Public Policy: An Insider’s Overview”, Tradition 33(1) Fall 1998. 5-30. See also letters to the editor in Tradition 33:2, 1999.
  139. Jacob J. Schacter, “Facing the Truths of History”
    The Torah U-Madda Journal, volume 8, 200-276, 1998-1999.
    Includes discussion of the Rav going to university in Berlin.
  140. Moshe Sokol, “Is There a `Halakhic’ Response to the Problem of Evil?”, Harvard Theological Review, 92:3 310-322, July 1999.
  141. Reiner Munk, “The intellect is the bond between us and Him: Joseph B. Soloveitchik on divine names and communion with G-d through the intellect” Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, 9,1 107-126, 1999.
  142. Reiner Munk, לדעת את המקום הרב סולוביציק והרמן כהן על מחשבה טרנסנדדלציה Daat 42:97-124, 1999.
  143. Reinier Munk, “The Intellect is the Bond Between Us and Him’: Joseph B. Soloveitchik on Divine Names and …. ” Journal of Jewish Thought & Philosophy, 9:1 p107-126, Sep99.
  144. Eliezer Goldman, דעת והלכה במשנת הריד סולוביציק Daat 42:125-136, 1999.
  145. Lawrence Kaplan, “Revisionism and the Rav: The Struggle for
    the Soul of Modern Orthodoxy,” Judaism 48(3) p290, summer1999
  146. Lawrence Kaplan, “Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Dr. Isaac Breuer on Jewish Identity and the Jewish National Revival,” Jewish Identity in the Postmodern Age, pp 47-66, Charles Selengut, Paragon, 1999.
  147. Kenneth Brander, “Chanukah Through the Prism of Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Teachings,” Jewish Action, Vol 60, 22-24, Winter 1999.
  148. Arnold Lustiger, “An Enigmatic Equation in the Teshuva Lectures of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,” Tradition 33:4, 27-33,1999.
  149. A. Safran, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik: Man of Halacha, Man of Faith”, BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 9:99-116, 1999.
  150. Chaim Navon, העלת הגוף במשנתו של הריד סולוביציק Sinai 123, 1999.
  151. Yaakov Filver, ארץ ישראל ועם ישראל במשנתו של הרב קוק הרב סולוביציק והחזון איש, LeZvulun 1999.
  152. Schubert Spero, ‘Rabbi Joseph Dov Soloveitchik and Belief in God’ Modern Judaism, 19:1-20, 1999
  153. Arnold Eisen, “In the Wilderness: Reflections on American Jewish Culture”, Jewish Social Studies Fall98/Winter99 5:91/2) p25-40, 1999.
  154. Aviad HaCohen, “Prayer in the Teachings of Rav Soloveitchik” Alei Etzion 9 p23-42, 2000
  155. Reuven Grodner, “Science and Technology in the thought of Rav Yosef B. Soloveitchik zt”l Chiddushe Torah@NDS 1 23-37, 2000.
  156. Rynhold, Daniel, Judaism and Science; a conflict revisited
    Le’ela 50, 37-44, 2000.
  157. Rashkover, Randi, Jewish Responses to Jewish-Christian dialogue; a look ahead to the twenty-first century”
    Cross Currents, 50,1-2 211-220, 2000.
  158. Gilla Ratzerdorfer Rosen, “G-d of my teachers learning with Rav Soloveitchik”, Torah of the Mothers, 17-32, 2000.
  159. Ely Holzer, “Philosophia shel haDat ve-Chinuch Morim”
    Hagut be-Chinuch haYehudi 53:88, 2000
  160. Feintuch, “Sefer haMitzvot le-Rambam im Perush Pikudei Yesharim”, Maalot Press, 2000.
  161. Moshe Reiss, “Archetypes in the Patriarchal Family”,
    Jewish Bible Quarterly 28:1 p12-19, Jan-Mar 2000.
  162. Simcha Krauss, “The Rav on Zionism, Universalism and Feminism” Tradition 34:2, 24-39, 2000,
    See also response by M. Meiselman, Tradition 34:3, 2000
  163. Encyclopedia Religious Zionism (Hatzionut haDatit) Volume 6 – Hashlamot, p679-687
    Mossad HaRav Kook, Jerusalem, edited by Isaac Rafael.
  164. Yosef Blau, “Book Review –
    “The Rav: The World of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik”
    Tradition 34:4, 98-100, 2000,
  165. Mosheh Lichtenstein, “What Hath Brisk Wrought: The Brisker Derekh Revisited”, Torah U-Madda Journal, volume 9, 1-18, 2000.
  166. Shlomo H. Pick, “The Rav: A Pressing Need for a Comprehensive Biography”, BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 10:37-58, 2000.
  167. Yoel Finkelman, “Religion and Public Life in the Thought of Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik”
    Jewish Political Studies Review, 13,3-4, 41-70, 2001.
  168. Seth Farber, “Reproach, Recognition and Respect:
    Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Orthodoxy’s Mid-Century Attitude Toward Non-Orthodox Denominations”
    American Jewish History, Vol. 89,#2 193-214, 2001.
  169. Moshe Meir, “Dat u-Musar – lekrat synetheza”
    Akdamot, 12:49-85, Bet Morashah, Jerusalem, 2002
    Comparison od R. Shkop, Maharal and R. Soloveitchik 2002
  170. Navon, “HaTeva ve-ha-Torah be-mishnat haRav Y.D. Soloveitchik”
    Akdamot, 12:87-110, Bet Morashah, Jerusalem, 2002
  171. Shlomo Pick, “Be-Inyan Issur Biah Lifnei Kiddushin:
    Shiur Mi-pi haGaon HaRav Yosef Dov Soloveitchik Zt”l בענין איסור ביאה לפני קידושין: שיעור מפי הגאון הרב יוסף דוב סולןבייציק זצ”ל מפי השמועה
    Bet Ytitzchak 34: 592-601, (5762).
  172. Aharon Lichtenstein, על יחסו של הגרי”ד סולוביציק זצ”ל לציונות Alon Shvut le-Bogrim 17 (5763).
  173. Shlomo Pick, פירוש הרב זצ”ל בסוגיה דאמר אל תפרעני עלה בעדים Bet Ytitzchak 35: 49-52, (5763).
  174. Mark Steiner “Philosophising in Yiddish: Rabbi Reuven Agushewish on Freedom of the Will”
    The Torah u-Madda Journal 11:1-34, 2002-2003.
    in pages 6-7 has a discussion on R. Soloveitchik and “classical” philosophy.
  175. Jeffrey Saks, “An Index to Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Halakhic Man,”
    The Torah u-Madda Journal 11:107-121, 2002-2003.
    Available on-line as a PDF file at http://yuriets.yeshivalive.com/TU11_Saks.pdf
  176. Elyakim Krumbeim,מרב חיים מבריסק והגרי”ד סולוביציק ועד שיעורי הרב אהרון ליכטנשטיין על גילגולה של מסורת לימוד Netuim 9:51-94, 2003.
  177. Rynhold, Daniel, “The Philosophical Foundations of Soloveitchik’s Critique of Interfaith Dialogue”, Harvard Theological Review, Vol. 96 p101-119, January 2003
  178. Rashkover, Randi, “On The Loneliness of Faith”, Cross Currents, Winter 2003, 52:4, p436-438
  179. Jewish Action (OU), Volume 63 #3, Spring 2003
    “The Rav’s One-Hundredth Birthday and Tenth Yahrzeit” A Posheter Melamud by H. Reichman
    A Mission fulfilled by H. Lookstein
  180. Jewish Action (OU), Volume 64 #1, Fall 2003, Reflections on a Life by J.J. Schachter
    The Rav as a Personal Rebbe by Kenneth Btander
    Towards a Philosophy of Halachah by Mayer Twersky                                                                                                                                                  See counterpoint by S. Spero in Jewish Action, Summer 2004
  181. June Glazer, “Glimpses of the Rav”, YU Review, p3-8, Winter 2003, collection of vignettes by various people.
  182. Moshe Simkovich,”Teaching Rabbi Soloveitchik’s Thought in the High School Classroom” in Wisdom from All My Teachers: Challenges and Initiatives in Contemporary Torah Education, edited by Jeffrey Saks and Susan Handelman (Jerusalem: ATID/Urim, 2003), pp. 341-359.
  183. David Ebner, “The Library of Everything: Poems and Torah Commentaries” (Jerusalem: ATID Press, 2004). Poem and essay, Biz Hundret und Tzvontzig (pp. 60-64) describes experience of having learned with the Rav.
  184. Shlomo Pick, סיפור יציאת מצרים והתשובה לבן החכם שיעור מהשמועה ממרן הגרי”ד סולוביציק זצ”ל  Avnei Mishpat 3: 191-203, (5764).
  185. Elyakim Krumbeim, Netuim 11:139-173, 2004.
  186. Walfish, השיטה הפילוסופית הבריסקאית והחקירה הצמודה תגובה למאמרו של א קרומביין
    Netuim 11-12:95-137, 2004.
  187. Dov Schwartz, הגותו הפיסופית של הרב סולוביציק ההלכה דעת או הלכה Alon Shvut 2004
  188. Kimelman, Rabbis Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Abraham Joshua Heschel on Jewish-Cristian Relations, Edah Journal 2004.
  189. Marshall J. Breger, “Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik’s “Confrontation”
    A Reassessment Studies in Jewish-Christian Relations,
    1, Issue 1, article 18, 2005. Confrontation Reassessment
  190. Dov Schwartz,התפתחות תפיסת האמונה בהגותו של הריד סולוביציק מבקשתם משם לאיש האמונה הבודד
    Al Ha-emunah (On Faith), edited by Moshe Halbertal, David Kurzwell and Avi Sagi
    Studies in the Concept of Faith and its History in the Jewish Tradition p444-479, Keter, Jerusalem, 2005.
  191. Eugene Korn, “The Man of Faith and Religious Dialogue: Revisitng “Confrontation” Modern Judaism, October 2005.
  192. Shalom Carmy, “The Heart Pained by the Pain of the People”
    Rabbinic Leadership in Two Discussions by R. Joseph B. Soloveitchik The Torah U-Madda Journal, p1-14, Vol. 13, 2005.
  193. Shaul (Seth) Farber, מינוי של הרב יוסף דוב סולוביציק לראש ישיבת רב יצחק אלחנן והגתה של האורתודקציה האמיריקנית לפירקה
    Yeshivot u-batei Midrashim, editor Immanuel Etkes
    Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History
    Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2006.
  194. Kol Dodi Dofek: Fifty Years Later, Tradition 39:3 (Fall 2006)
    1. Editor’s Note: Don’t Stop Hoping for Redemption:
      Religious Optimism and the Meaning of Life – Shalom Carmy
    2. Yehuda Amital, “What is the Meaning of ‘Reshit Tsemihat Geullatenu’ “
    3. Shalom Carmy, “Symposium: Rav Soloveitchik’s Kol Dodi Dofek at Fifty”
    4. Yosef Blau, “The Impacy of Kol Dodi Dofek Fifty Years Ago and Now”
    5. Mail Brofsky, “The Enduring Vision of Kol Dodi Dofek”
    6. Yuval Cherlow, “Redemption as Responsibility”
    7. Nati Helfgot, “On the Shoulders of a Giant: Looking Back, Yet Looking Forward”
    8. Simcha Krauss, Kol Dodi Dofek: Fifty Years Later”
    9. Shalom Rosenberg, “Fate and Destiny: The Metamorphosis of a Partnership”
    10. Jacob J. Schachter, ” Religious Zionism and the Meanings of Redemption”
    11. Dov Schwartz, “Kol Dodi Dofek: A Religious-Zionist Alternative”
    12. Shubert Spero, “Knock, Knock! Who is There? What do you want?”
    13. Avraham Walfish, “When Theology Knocks”
    14. Jeffrey Saks, “From the Pages of Tradition: Rabbi Soloveitchik Meets Rav Kook,”
      90-96 (includes bibliography of comparative scholarship on R. Soloveitchik
      and Rav Kook).
  195. Jeffrey Saks, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik and the Israeli Chief Rabbinate:Biographical Notes (1959-1960)”
    BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 17:45-68 (2006)
  196. Jeffrey Woolf, “In Search of the Rav: The Life and Thought of Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik in Recent Scholarship”
    BDD (Bechol Derakhekha Daehu), Bar-Ilan University Press, 18:5-28 (2007)
  197. Jeffrey Saks, דעת ומדינה חינוך ומנהיגות
    Tzohar, 33, p113-126, 2008.
  198. Shalom Carmy, “On Cleaving as Identification:
    R’ Soloveitchik’s Account of Devekut in U-Vikkashtem Mi-Sham”
    Tradition 41:2 , 2008.
  199. Daniel Wolf, “Digesting the Exodus Narrative:
    Rav Soloveitchik’s Approach to the Seder Eve”
    Tradition 41:4, 87-98, 2008.
  200. David Shatzת “A Framework for Reading Ish haHalakhah”
    Turim: Studies in Jewish History and Literature Presented to Dr. Bernard Lander”
    Vol 2, Ed. R Michael Shmidman, 171-231, New York, 1980.
  201. Aryeh and Dov Frimer
    “The View of Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik zt’l on the Ordination of Women,” published June 23, 2010 in “Text and Texture” of the Rabbinical Council of America,
    RCA conference Proceeding of Van Leer Conference
  202. Lawrence Kaplan, “From Cooperation to Conflict:
    Rabbi Prof. Emanuel Rackman, Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik,
    and the Evolution of American Modern Orthodoxy”
    Modern Judaism, 30:1, 2010
  203. Alex Sztuden, “Grief and Joy in the Writings” of Rabbi Soloveitchik, Tradition 43:4, 37-55, 2010.
  204. Rabbi in the New World: The Influence of Rabbi J.B.Soloveitchik on Culture, Education and Jewish Thought                                            Edited by Avinoam Rosenak and Naftali Rothenberg                                                                                                                                                    The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Magness Press, 2011.
  1. Zelcer, “The Mystical Spirituality of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik” Hakirah, Vol 11, 135-148, 2011.
  2. Gerald J. Blidstein, “Death in the Writings of Rabbi Joseph Dov Soloveitchik”Tradition 44:1, 7-18, 2011.
  3. Tovah Lichtenstein, “Reflections of the Influence of the Rov on the American Jewish Religious Community” Tradition 44:4, 7-22, 2011.
  4. Yisrael Kashkinein, “My Long Lonely Journey to the Rav” Tradition 45:4, 47-59, 2012.
  5. Jeffrey Woolf, “Time Awareness as a Sources of Spirituality in the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik,” Modern Judaism 32(1) February 2012.
  6. Marvin Shick, “Remembrances and Reflections VIII – Rav Aharon and the Rav” Marvin Shick, April 12, 2012 http://mshickj.blogspot.com
  7. Michelle Katz, “The Thought of Joseph Dov Soloveitchik A Theological Source for Contemporary Jewish Spiritual Practice”                          Master of Arts in Theology, Faculty of Theology University of St. Michael’s College, 2012
  1. Torah To-Go, Pesach-Yom Haazmaut 5773, March 2013.
  2. Nathaniel Helfgot, “The Impact of R. Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Thought on that of R. Aharon Lichtenstein” Tradition 47:4, 86-112, 2014.
  3. Gerald Blidstein, “Rabbi Soloveitchik’s Abraham” Tradition 48:4, 18-23, 2015.
  4. Alex Sztuden, “Adam the First” Tradition 49:3 8-19, 2016.
  5. Chaim Trachtman, Revisiting the Rabbi Soloveitchik Paradigm Modelling Modernity
  6. Yisrael Kashkin and Jeffrey Saks, “The Arrival of Rabbi Soloveitchik in America”
  7. Lawrence J. Kaplan, ed., Maimonides: Between Philosophy and Halakhah: Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Lectures on the Guide of the Perplexed at the Bernard Revel Graduate School (1950-51)(Brooklyn: Urim Publications, 2016).
  8. Heshey Zelcer, “Review Essay: Rabbi Soloveitchik’s Lectures on the Guide”, Hakirah vol 22, 35-88, spring 2017.
  9. Heshey Zelcer and Meir Zelcer, “A Note on the Original Title for “The Halakhic Mind”
    Hakirah vol 23, 73-80, Fall 2017.
  10. David Curwin, “Who Will Defend Maimonides? Rav Soloveitchik on the Mishneh Torah and the Guide”, Lehrhaus, Jan 2, 2017.
  11. Aryeh Klapper, “Halakhic Poet? Translating the Rav for a Generation that ‘Knew not Joseph”, Lehrhaus, March 20, 2017
  1. Lawrence Kaplan :”How to Translate “Halakhic Man”: A Response and a Proposal”. Lehrhaus, March 24, 2017.
  2. William Kolbrener, “Thriller”, On the 1932, interview of Rav Soloveitchik, Lehrhaus, May 1, 2017.
  3. Seth Farber, “On the Educational Mission of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik”, Lehrhaus, May 3, 2017
  4. Jeffrey Saks, “The Pedagogical Imagination of a Subversive Conservative: Rabbi Soloveitchik’s Arrival as an Educational Visionary”,, Lehrhaus, May 4, 2017
  5. Saul Berman “Forty Years Later: The Rav’s Opening Shiur at the Stern College for Women Beit Midrash” Lehrhaus, October 9, 2017 http:/www.lehrhaus.com
  6. David Shatz, “Contemporary Scholarship on Rabbi Soloveitchik’s thought: Where we are, Where we can go”
    in Scholarly Man of Faith, 135-196,” ed. E. Karnafogel and D. Schwartz, Urim Publications, 2018
  7. David Goldman, “Rav Soloveitchik’s New World View”
    Hakirah vol 24, 91-128, Spring 2018.
  8. Meir Triebitz, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Lectures on Genesis I Through V”, Hakirah vol 27, 35-70, Fall 2019
  9. David Goldman, “Review Essay: Nietzsche, Soloveitchik and Contemporary Jewish Philosophy”                                                                    Hakirah vol 27, 71-93, Fall 2019.
  10. Seth Farber, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Early Zionism”, Tradition 52(2) 127-132, Spring 2020.
  11. David Curwin, “Could It Have Been Different? History According to the Rabbis Joseph Soloveitchik, Lehrhaus, April 2, 2020          Prophecy is a Mitzvah
  12. Alex Ozar, “Prophecy is a Mirzvah, Lehrhaus August 20, 2020
  13. Meir Triebitz, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Lectures on Genesis VI Through IX”, Hakirah vol 29, 25-58, Winter 2021
  14. David Goldman, “The Rav’s Uncompleted Grand Design”, Hakirah vol 29, 59-92, Winter 2021.
  15. Jacob J. Schacter, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Remarks at the Hanukat Ha-Bayit of the Talner Shtibel in Brookline”, Hakirah vol 30, 23-30, Summer 2021.
  16. Jonah Steinmetz “R. Soloveitchik and R. Shubow” A Eulogy Rediscovered, A Friendship Reexamined                                                  Addendum:  Text and Context by Mayer Twersky”, Hakirah vol 30, 31-65, Summer 2021.
  17. Robert Blau “The Rav at Revel; The Rav at Riets”, Hakirah vol 30, 65-68, Summer 2021.
  18. Yocheved Friedman, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Portrayal of the Patriacha”, Hakirah vol 30, 69-90, Summer 2021.
  19. David Neustadter and Harold Neustadter, “Recollections and Reconstruction of a Debate on the Nature of Kedushas Eretz Yisrael”, Hakirah vol 30, 91-104, Summer 2021.
  20. Moshe Simon-Shoshan, ““Exhuming the Rav from his Procrustean Sarcophagus: The “Mesorah Speech Reconsidered” Lehrhaus, August 9, 2021.
  21. Alex Ozar, “Nietzschean Man”, Lehrhaus December 20, 2021
  22. Aviad HaCohen כי מנגד תראה את הארץ ואליה לא תבוא! על חידת י הגעתו של הרי”ד סולוביציק לארץ ישראל

Why Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik Did not come to Erez Israel     מקור ראשון 2.4.2021

  1. Meir Triebitz, “Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Lectures on Genesis X Through XIII”, Hakirah vol 31, 27-58, Winter 2022
  2. Marc Shaipro “A Letter from Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik to Aaron Zeitlin, Eliyahu Krakowski, Heshey Zelcer and Mark Zelcer Letters from the Rav” Hakirah Vol 32
  1. Aviad HaCohen כי מנגד תראה את הארץ ואליה לא תבועל התמודדות הרי”ד סולוביצ’יק בבחירות לרבנות ת”א בשנת תרצ”ו וחידת אי הגעתו לארץ ישראל

ציונות דתית היסטוריה, רעיון, חברה ט עורך דב שוורץ

הוצאת אוניברסיטת בר־אילן, רמת גן 2023

  1. Jeffrey Saks Editor’s Note: We Read the Rav to Know We Are Not Alone in Loneliness

Tradition 55(2)  2-5, 2023

  1. Mali Brofsky The Rav’s Enduring Pedagogical Relevance Tradition 55(2) 6-16. 2023
  2. Shalom Carmy Redemption and the Personal Messiah: On Four Passages in Rabbi Soloveitchik Tradition 55(2)  17-27, 2023
  3. Yocheved Friedman Shtetl Man Meets Halakhic Man: Between Heschel and the Rav Tradition 55(2) 28-56, 2023
  4. Nathaniel Helfgot, “ Rabbi Soloveitchik on Religious Zionism and the State of Israel” Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on the Brisker Method Tradition 55(2) 57-80, 2023
  5. Yaakov Jaffe The Rav’s Siddur: Universalism, Particularism, and the Prayer Lives of Non-Jews Tradition 55(2) 81-94, 2023
  6. Tovah Lichtenstein Mrs. Soloveitchik: A Biographical Sketch Tradition 55(2) 95-112, 2023
  7. Levi Morrow Fungible or Factical? The Self in Halakhic Man and The Lonely Man of Faith Tradition 55(2) 113-137,2023.
  8. Mark Smilowitz The Lonely Man of Faith as Halakhic Philosophy Tradition 55(2) 138-175, 2023
  9. Alex Sztuden Letters of Rav Soloveitchik as a Young Man Tradition 55(2) 176-191, 2023
  10. Shlomo Zuckier Resurrecting Rabbi Soloveitchik’s Approach to Tehiyyat ha-Metim Tradition 55(2) 1192-225, 2023
  11. Zev Eleff Review Essay Joseph B. Soloveitchik, The Return to Zion: Addresses on Religious Zionism and American Orthodoxy Tradition 55(2)  226-250, 2023.
  12. Torah To go April 2023 Commemorating the 30th Yahrzeit of Rabbi Soloveitchik                                                                                        Michael Taubes Insights from the Rav on the Maggid Section of the Haggadah p6-10                                                                                Shalom Carmy Rabbi Soloveitchik the Zionist p41-42                                                                                                                                                        Reuven Ziegler Rav Soloveitchik on the significance of the state of Israel
  13. Hamizrach vol 5(9) Israel edition Pesach 5783                                                                                                                                                                The Rav a Giant of Religious Zionism – excerpts from the Return to Zion Menachem Genack – Rav Soloveitchik and Religious Zionism – p12-13                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The Return to Zion Rav Soloveitchik on Religious Zionism and the Role of Mizrachi p14-23                                                                            Aaron Adler The students will bring redemption – Rav Soloveitchik’s views on Aliyah p24-25
  1. Lawrence Kaplan “Continuing the Trajectory: Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on King David’s Request “, Lehrhaus August 9, 2023
  2. Jewish Action Summer 5783/2023   The Medinah: Through a Torah Lens  Rabbi Josephy Ber Soloveitchik by Menachem Genack 32-34 The Return to Zion an Excerpt by Rabbi Joseph Ber Soloveitchik
  3. David Curwin “Rabbi Eliezer Berkovits and Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik: Neighbors Behind Fences” Hakirah 24:145-168, Fall 2023.
  4. Alec Goldstein “A Jewish Response to Numinous: Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s Critiques of Rudolf Otto” Hakirah 24:1698-188, Fall 2023.

VI. Additional Resources

Mekorot HaRav – An index to the works of Rav Soloveitchik and his students by subject and location has been published by Rubin Mas Ltd. Publishers, Jerusalem

Yisrael Kashkin: The Rav: Resources on Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik zt”l
Jewish Virtual – biography
Baker Brisk and Berlin
audio shiurim of Rav Soloveitchik are available at
yutorah – the rav
Bergen County Beis Medrash .
Large collection of recorded shiurim: http://www.ericlevy.com/Recordings/Recordings.htm
An audio biography by Rabbi Rakeffet is available at http://www.ou.org/torah/td/therav.htm
A set of 6 audio cassettes by Rabbi Rakeffet on the Rav and Zionism is available at the OU
A summary of lectures by Rakeffet on Teachings of the Rav by Jonathan Baker is given at
http://www.panix.com/~jjbaker/teachrav.html
R. Meir Lichtenstein lectures on the Rav’s thought
A series of lectures on the philosophy of Rav Soloveitchik presented by Rabbi Ronnie Ziegler
is on the website of Yeshiva har Etzion. It is possible to read lectures at Har Etzion
also, an expanded set in Hebrew. R. Ziegler also has a book on R. Soloveitchik
For further information contact ra*@et****.il
Further works are found in various Y.U. publications as haMavaser, Commentary,Bet Yitzchak.
Contemporary teaching based on R. Soloveitchik ATID
Rav A. Lichtenstein on Reflections Upon UveKashtem Mesham www.yutorah.org/lectures/lecture.cfm/724718
R. Soloveitchik on Chalav Yisrael https://www.koltorah.org/halachah/chalav-yisrael-rabbi-soloveitchiks-view-by-rabbi-howard-jachter
Audio tapes are available for sale from Rabbi Milton Nordlicht (718) 261-7770 , (718) 261-7774 – fax, Mn****@ao*.com
R. Herschel Schacter recording R. Soloveitchik on Hilchos Niddah; Pesachim / Rosh Hashana / Yoma / Megillah; Krias haTorah, Tzitzis, Tefillin; Shabbos; Gittin; Kiddushin

See the Rav on the parsha at https://outorah.org/series/4097/

For a newspaper article on the arrival of Rav Soloveitchik at Ellis Island see https://thelehrhaus.com/scholarship/the-arrival-of-rabbi-soloveitchik-in-america-a-documentary-report/

Discussion by R. Rakeffet on the early years at https://www.jstor.org/stable/23261244

Professor Eli Turkel received semikha from Rav Soloveitchik at Yeshiva Univerity in 1968, and a Ph.D. in mathematics from NYU in 1970.  Since 1980 he has served as a professor at Tel Aviv University.