2 edition of Philosophy and philosophical authors of the Jews. found in the catalog.
Philosophy and philosophical authors of the Jews.
Translation of La philosophie chez les juifs contained in the Dictionnaire des sciences philosophiques (Paris, 1849)
|Statement||by S. Munk. Translated by Isidor Kalisch. Cincinnati, Bloch, 1881.|
|Series||Brown reprint library|
|Contributions||Kalisch, Isidor, 1816-1886, tr.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Excerpt from Philosophy and Philosophical Authors of the Jews: A Historical Sketch With Explanatory Notes But the reason of such a negligence of the Jewish philosophy, especially of the Middle Ages, may be, because the works of Jewish literati at that time were mostly written in the Arabian and Hebrew languages, which are not understood by : S.
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As the Format: Hardcover. By David B. Ruderman, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania Moses Maimonides, the great 12 th-century philosopher and legalist, lived at the pinnacle of Jewish culture in the Islamic is amazing about Maimonides is that, despite making his living as a physician and having an active medical career, he was also a prolific writer.
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A historical sketch with explanatory notes. Ralph Blumenau is the author of Philosophy and Living, published by Imprint Academic, and teaches the History of Philosophy and the History of the Jews at the University of the Third Age in London.
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