Jewish Thought in the Sixteenth Century
Bernard Dov Cooperman
Harvard University Center for Jewish Studies, Jan 1, 1983 - Religion - 492 pages
This large volume, distinguished by original analyses, authoritative syntheses, and sophisticated suggestions for revisionist approaches to certain problems, contains most of the papers prepared for the international colloquium on 'Jewish Thought In The Sixteenth Century' which was held at Harvard University under the auspices of the Center For Jewish Studies.
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