Rab Saadia Gaon: Studies in His Honor (Jewish philosophy, mysticism, and the history of ideas) ePub download
by Louis Finkelstein,Steven Katz
- ISBN: 0405122500
- ISBN13: 978-0405122507
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (March 1, 1980)
- Pages: 191
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S. Halkin, ‘Saadia’s Exegesis and Polemics’, in Rab Saadia Gaon: Studies in His Honor, L. Finkelstein (e., Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York 1944, pp. 117–41;Google Scholar. 3c. M. Zucker, Rav Saadya Gaon’s Translation of the Torah, Michael Higger Memorial Publications 3, New York 1959;Google Scholar. 3d. E. Renan, Les écrivains juifs français du XIVe siècle, Imprimerie Nationale, Paris 1893, pp. 240–98;Google Scholar.
General works on medieval Jewish philosophy. Frank and O. Leaman, History of Jewish Philosophy (London: 1997). Leaman, The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Jewish Philosophy (Cambridge: 2003). C. Sirat, A History of Jewish Philosophy in the Middle Ages (Cambridge: 1985).
Studies in Religious Philosophy and Mysticism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Altmann, Alexander (1969b). Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, pp. 10–22. Berman, Lawrence (1988).
Jewish philosophy, mysticism, and the history of ideas. Virtually all the material. General Note: Reprint of the ed. published by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York. General Note: "Virtually all the material. was prepared in connection with meetings held in honor of Rab Saadia Gaon at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, or under its auspices. Formatted Contents Note: Marx, A. Rab Saadia Gaon. McKeon, R. P. Saadia Gaon. Compton, A. H. Freedom. Saadia's exegesis and polemics. Bokser, B. Z. Saadia as a philosopher of Judaism. Gordin, R. Saadia in the light of today.
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5 Mysticism and Philosophy 12. read Gersonides and his later medieval colleagues without thinking of the European scholastic milieu by which they were surrounded.
5 Mysticism and Philosophy 121. michah gottlie . Any history of Jewish philosophy must deal with two essential questions, often posed as challenges to the whole enterprise of identifying certain writings as instances of something called Jewish philosophy. We could not include everyone, and a number of Jewish philosophers between the first and seventeenth centuries do not get their proper due in this history; there are also some gaps in the topics covered (aesthetics, for example).
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Academic study of Jewish mysticism, especially since Gershom Scholem's Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism (1941), distinguishes between different forms of mysticism across different eras of Jewish history. Of these, Kabbalah, which emerged in 12th-century Europe, is the most well known, but not the only typologic form, or the earliest to emerge. Among previous forms were Merkabah mysticism (c. 100 BC – 1000 AD), and Ashkenazi Hasidim (early 13th century AD) around the time of Kabbalistic emergence.
Saadia Gaon, son of a proselyte, is considered the greatest early Jewish philosopher. Sl-Mukkamas was first to introduce the methods of Kalam into Judaism and the first Jew to mention Aristotle in his writings. During his early years in Tulunid Egypt, the Fatimid Caliphate ruled Egypt; the leaders of the Tulunids were Ismaili Imams. Their influence upon the Jewish academies of Egypt resonate in the works of Sa'adya. He was a proselyte of Rabbinic Judaism (not Karaite Judaism, as some argue); al-Mukkamas was a student of physician, and renowned Christian philosopher, Hana.