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Colophony  -  A Case Study in Fictitious Etymology

Dr. Werner Kulla

Colophon, first attested in the English language not earlier than in 1774, is a "publisher's inscription at the end of a book," from L. colophon, from Greek (kolon) =  "final touch, coping-stone summit" (fig. sense). The second component "phone" (from Gr. phone  = voice, sound) is - strangely enough - always left unexplained. Colophon must not be confused with colophony.

Colophony, preferably called rosin in English, is the non-volatile component of resin obtained from conifers, especially pines (Pistacia terebinthus). Rosin is a specific type of resin; not all resins, however, are rosins. Cleaned and freed from water and essential oils by distillation, it is a brittle, brownish or yellowish substance. Traditional etymology derives this term from the ancient Greek city of Colo­phon, situated on the top of a small mountain between Lebedos (today's Hypsili-Hissar in Turkey) and the port of Ephesos (Aya-Solouk). Its inhabitants should have been famous traders in colophony.

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                                      Social Paradoxes of Jewry

                                                                                     By Vlad Melamed

    If one is to adhere to the viewpoint of traditional history, then social rules, in practice, do not apply to Jews.  This persecuted people has managed to execute dizzying somersaults, settling in all the countries of the medieval world, taking control of the finances of many countries and putting together international financial networks under conditions of complete totalitarianism.  

     The view of the classical Russian historian, Nikolai Berdyaev, who virtually surrenders scientific positions, embracing religious mysticism  where the Jews are concerned in his book "The Meaning of History," is typical in this regard.

    "To the Jews belonged an absolutely extraordinary role in the origin of the perception of history, in an intense feeling of historic destiny, namely the start of the 'historic' was introduced into the worldwide life of mankind by the Jews.

      The Jews have a central significance in history.  The Jewish people are, predominately, a people of history, and in their historic destiny is felt the inscrutability of the divine decrees.  When a materialistic sense of history attracted me, when I was trying to test it for the destinies of peoples, it seemed to me that the historical destiny of the Jewish people was the greatest obstacle to it ; from the perspective of the materialistic, this destiny is completely inexplicable.  It must be said that from any materialistic and positivistic historical point of view, this people should have ceased to exist.  (Emphasis mine).   Its existence is a strange, mysterious and wonderful phenomenon, which shows that special designs are connected with the destiny of this people.  The survival of the Jewish people in history, their resistance to destruction, their existence as one of the most ancient peoples of the world in completely extraordinary conditions, that fateful role which this people plays in history - it all points at the particular, mystic foundations of its historic destiny.  A particularly strained dramatic quality of history plays out around the destiny of the Jews."

    What then so striking did Berdyaev find in the Jews?

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