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(bĕr-lin'),
Rudolf, German ophthalmologist, 1833-1897. See: Berlin edema.
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And as another response to the calumnious charge of Sir Isaiah Berlin, it is certainly welcome.
It was not Ben-Gurion but rather Sir Isaiah Berlin, the English philosopher and political scientist, who said it.
In The Hedgehog and the Fox (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1953), Sir Isaiah Berlin quotes a line from the Greek poet Archilochus: "The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.
In 1951, Sir Isaiah Berlin gave a seminal contribution on Tolstoy, reprinted two years later under the puzzling title, "The Hedgehog and the Fox.
Sir Isaiah Berlin makes a related point when Podhoretz asks how he squared his Zionism with his continued appearance in a publication (The New York Review of Books) that regularly published enemies of Israel such as Noam Chomsky and I.
As Sir Isaiah Berlin concluded in his 1967 presidential address to the Jewish Historical Society of England (quoted by Kushner), Disraeli's identity and indeed our responses to it are, perhaps by necessity, "thoroughly ambivalent" (p.
While a doctoral student at Oxford, he met Sir Isaiah Berlin on a few occasions.