1912. This work features writings from Asher Ginsberg who became the central figure in the movement for Cultural or Spiritual Zionism. Although raised in a Hasidic family, Ahad Ha'am was soon exposed to secular studies. The impact of modern philosophy and the sciences led him to abandon his religious faith and observance. Nonetheless he remained deeply committed to the Jewish people. It was his attempt to find a synthesis between Judaism and European philosophy. The essays included in this volume will give the reader an adequate idea of the author's attitude on Jewish questions.