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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Jewish Medieval and Renaissance studies.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1967
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||English, French, and Hebrew.|
|Description:||384 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Aspects of the historical background of Jewish life in medieval Egypt, by N. Golb.--Esau as symbol in early medieval thought, by. G.D. Cohen.--Le problème de l'unité de Dieu d'après Dawūd ibn Marwān al-Muqammis, by G. Vajda.--Saadia's list of theories of the soul, by H. Davidson.--Some non-halakic aspects of the Mishneh Torah, by I. Twersky.--Maimonides' "thirteen principles," by A. Hyman.--Abraham Maimonides and his pietist circle, by S.D. Goitein.--Yedaiah Bedershi's apology, by A.S. Halkin.--Isaac ibn Laṭif--philosopher of Kabbalist? By S.O.H. Wilensky.--Moses Narboni's "Epistle on Shi'ur Qomā, " by A. Altmann.--Greek into Hebrew: Samuel ben Judah of Marseilles, fourteenth-century philosopher and translator, by L.V. Berman.--The rise of art music in the Italian ghetto, by I. Adler.|
|Series Title:||Studies and texts (Philip W. Lown Institute of Advanced Judaic Studies), v. 4.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Alexander Altmann.|