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Jospe, Raphael
Jewish philosophy in the Middle Ages / Raphael Jospe
Boston : Academic Studies Press, 2009
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  B755 .J675 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Jewish philosophy -- History
Philosophy, Medieval -- History
Physical Description xiv, 605 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Sect. I. Foundations -- Ch. 1. What is Jewish Philosophy? -- Ch. 2. Sa'adiah Ga'on and the Kalam -- Ch. 3. Jewish Neoplatonism: Isaac Israeli and Solomon ibn Gabirol -- Ch. 4. Bahya ibn Paquda: The Duties of the Heart -- Sect. II. Transitions -- Ch. 5. Philosophical Exegesis of the Bible: Abraham ibn Ezra -- Ch. 6. Judah Ha-Levi and the Critique of Philosophy -- Ch. 7. Transition to Aristotelianism: Abraham ibn Da'ud -- Sect. III. Rambam -- Ch. 8. Principles of Judaism -- Chaper 9. Guide of the Perplexed: On God -- Ch. 10. Guide of the Perplexed: On the World and Humans -- Sect. IV. Controversy Over Philosophy and Rambam -- Ch. 11. Controversy over Philosophy and Rambam Appendices -- Appendix I. Cosmology: The Spheres And Emanation -- Appendix II. Categories
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