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Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century

A History and Source Book (Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Thought)

by Mauro Zonta

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medieval & Scholastic philosophy,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Philosophy,
  • Language,
  • History & Surveys - Medieval,
  • Fifteenth Century,
  • Hebrew,
  • Jewish philosophy,
  • Philosophy / Medieval,
  • General,
  • 15th century,
  • Europe,
  • History,
  • Influence,
  • Philosophy, Medieval,
  • Scholasticism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8371582M
    ISBN 101402037155
    ISBN 109781402037153

    Mauro Zonta is associate professor of the history of Jewish and Arabic philosophy at Sapienza Università di Roma. His main works include La filosofia antica nel Medioevo ebraico (Brescia, ); Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century (Dordrecht, ); and Maimonide (Rome, ). Email: [email protected] RENAISSANCE. RENAISSANCE. The Renaissance is one of the most interesting and disputed periods of European history. Many scholars see it as a unique time with characteristics all its own. A second group views the Renaissance as the first two to three centuries of a larger era in European history usually called early modern Europe, which began in the late fifteenth century and ended on the eve.

    Hebrew Bible, Old Testament: The History of Its Interpretation, Christianus Brekelmans, ISBN , Editors Magne Sæbø (Hg.), Christianus Brekelmans, Menahem Haran, Michael A. Fishbane, Jean Louis Ska, Peter Machinist3/5(2). Reference Sources In The Sale. Shop our online store from wide selection of Reference Sources In The with discounted prices for sale. Browse Reference Sources In The sales available today from Ebay.

    Sepher Nopheth Suphim, ed. Aleph 1 () From Rabinowitz's introduction, and from some recent studies on Jewish philosophy in the fifteenth century, especially those by Hava Tirosh, there emerges the interesting history of the mutual interaction between the Hebrew and the Latin cultures in Italy in the age of Humanism.   The book is filled with drawings on parchment that are so vibrant, they seem to have been recently created. The 15th-century Abravanel Hebrew Bible at Coimbra University. (Cnaan Liphshiz).


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Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century "Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century: A History and Source Book" (Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Philosophy) th Edition by Mauro Zonta The aim of this book is to give an idea of the extent and character of this hitherto neglected "Hebrew Scholasticism".

Mauro Zonta, Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century. A History and Sourcebook [Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Thought 9]. Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century A History and Source Book (Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Philosophy) by Mauro Zonta Hardcover, Pages, Published by Springer ISBNISBN: Beginning in the fourteenth century, Jews became familiar with the works of Scholastic logic, especially the Tractatus of Peter of Spain, and in the fifteenth century, Scholastic writings were translated into Hebrew, and one can speak of Hebrew Scholastic logic.

Throughout the Middle Ages dialectical disputation was the prevailing method of scholarly inquiry. In the fifteenth century, however, humanists challenged the scholastic method, proposing instead historical and philological approaches.

This volume focuses on the polemic over the right approach to biblical studies. It describes manifestations of the controversy, ranging from its beginnings in. Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century. Book. Jan ; Mauro Zonta; View. The book includes an Arabic-Hebrew- Greek-Latin glossary, a very rich bibliography, and good indices.

The. Mauro Zonta, Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century: A History And Source Book, ch. 4, Springer, ISBN Isaac Husik, Judah Messer Leon's Commentary on the "Vetus Logica", Leiden: Bril, ; Rabbi David ben Judah Messer Leon (Judah Messer Leon's son). Notes of the Norbert Normand Lecture for A number of Jewish philosophers active in Spain and Italy in the second half of the 15th century (Abraham Bibago, Baruch Ibn Ya'ish, Abraham Shalom, Eli Habillo, Judah Messer Leon) wrote Hebrew commentaries and questions on Aristotle.

This book aims to give an idea of the extent and character of this hitherto neglected "Hebrew Scholasticism.". Most useful of all has been the online Bibliography of the Hebrew Book: External. Together with the online resources providing page-by-page scans of individual Hebrew books, this database has allowed us to finish identifying the entire collection of sixteenth century books in the Hebraic Section.

- Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century A History and Source Book (Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Thought) by Mauro Zonta Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century a History and Source Book by ZONTA Mauro. Springer, The influence of scholasticism on fourteenth century Jewish philosophy: an overview -- "Hebrew scholasticism" in fifteenth century Spain -- "Hebrew scholasticism" in fifteenth century Italy and after -- 1.

Abraham Bibago -- Treatise on the plurality of forms -- English paraphrase -- 2. in purely pragmatic considerations, Ravitzky seeks to prove that it Mauro Zonta, Hebrew Scholasticism in the Fifteenth Century. A History and Source Book. Dordrecht: Springer, The art of Hebrew printing began in the fifteenth century, but it was the sixteenth century that saw its true flowering.

In Beyond Faith: Belief, Morality and Memory in a Fifteenth-Century Judeo-Iberian Manuscript, Michelle M. Hamilton sheds light on the concerns of Jewish and converso readers of the generation before the a mid-fifteenth-century collection of Iberian vernacular literary, philosophical and religious texts (MS Parm.

) recorded in Hebrew characters as a lens, Hamilton explores. Scholasticism, the philosophical systems and speculative tendencies of various medieval Christian thinkers, who, working against a background of fixed religious dogma, sought to solve anew general philosophical problems (as of faith and reason, will and intellect, realism and nominalism, and the provability of the existence of God), initially under the influence of the mystical and intuitional.Scholasticism went into desuetude in the fifteenth century, but it was revived in the sixteenth century.

The twentieth century has experienced a renewed attempt to make the Thomistic form of scholasticism credible as a system of thought. This movement within Roman Catholic circles has been partially successful.

T J German.The apparently significant influence of Christian Scholastic thought on Jewish philosophy was often not openly acknowledged by Jewish thinkers in the period beginning with the 13th century. Samuel ibn Tibbon (c. – c. ), one of the translators of the Guide into Hebrew and a philosopher in his own right, remarked that the philosophical.