3 Jewish Philosophers
Toby Press, 2006 - Fiction - 480 pages
This anthology brings together the most important works of three Jewish Philosophers of the Middle Ages. It includes selections of the writings of Philo of Alexandria, edited with an introduction by Hans Lewy; Sa'adia Gaon's Book of Doctrine's and Beliefs, abridged, introduced and translated from the Arabic by Alexander Altmann; and Yehuda Halevi's influential Kuzari, abridged and with an introduction and commentary by Isaak Heinemann, with a selection of Halevi's poetry. All educated students of Jewish thought should be familiar with these seminal writers.
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Chapter one God and World
Chapter three Man and World
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Abraham according Amdndt anthropomorphic Arab argument Aristotle attributes believe body Book called chapter command conception created creation Creator deeds Deut Divine power doctrine doubt earth eternal evil existence explained fact faculty faith Future World God's Greek Guttmann heart heaven Hebr Hebrew holy human idea Isaiah Islam Israel Jewish Jews Judaism Julius Guttmann Karaites khazari King knowledge Kuzari land Land of Israel Landauer laws Leningrad Recension light living Lord Maimonides Manichaean matter means Midrashic mind miracles Mishnah Moses Mu'tazilites mystical nations nature passage person Philo philosophers pious prayer prophets Prov punishment rabbi reason redemption reference regard religion religious revelation righteous Saadya Saadya Gaon Sabbath Scripture sense perception Shekinah Siddur Slucki soul speculation spirit Talmudic thee theory Therapeutae things thou thought Tibbon tion Torah tradition translation truth unto Ventura verse wisdom words Yehudah Halevi