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by Abraham Geiger

eBook Salomo Gabirol und seine Dichtungen (Jewish philosophy, mysticism, and the history of ideas) (German Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 0405122543
  • Author: Abraham Geiger
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: German
  • Publisher: Arno Press (1980)
  • Pages: 147 pages
  • ePUB size: 1420 kb
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SOLOMON IBN GABIROL AND HIS POETRY) Solomon ibn Gabirol (c. .

SOLOMON IBN GABIROL AND HIS POETRY) Solomon ibn Gabirol (c. 1020-c. 1057) was one of the greatest of medieval Jewish thinkers. This many-sided genius made him an especially appealing subject to Abraham Geiger who, in the course of preparing lectures on Jewish history, came to be so fascinated by Ibn Gabirol that he wrote this biography and study. The literature on Ibn Gabirol is not large, but this study ranks highly, being required reading for all students of the man and his times. Geiger, a master student of Jewish-Arabic relations, was particularly qualified to undertake this monograph.

POSTHUMOUS WRITINGS) The greatest of the 19th century reformers, Abraham Geiger (1810-1874) played a prominent role in the history of modern institutional and denominational Judaism, as well as in the history of Jewish scholarship. A major figure in the "Wissenschaft des Judentums" ("Science of Judaism"), he was one of the pioneers in the historical-critical study of classical Jewish texts and history.

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Ibn Gabirol, 11th cent.

Solomon ibn Gabirol was an 11th-century Andalusian poet and Jewish philosopher with .

Solomon ibn Gabirol was an 11th-century Andalusian poet and Jewish philosopher with a Neo-Platonic bent. 3303X/?tag prabook0b-20. Solomon ibn Gabirol is now best known for his work Fons Vitæ (‘Fountain of Life’) and for his philosophical doctrine that all things, including soul and intellect, are composed of matter and form, and for his emphasis on Divine Will.

In his subsequent survey of Jewish history, Das Judentum und seine Geschichte, a series of lectures he delivered in Frankfurt and Berlin, Geiger depicted the eras of Jewish engagement with the surrounding culture as ideal. The Pharisees, who sought to liberalize and democratize Jewish practice and supplant the Temple priesthood with a priesthood of all believers, represented authentic Judaism. Jesus was a liberal Pharisee who "walked in the way of Hille.did not utter a new thought. Christianity began when Paul carried Jesus' Jewish message to the Greco-Roman world and.

Judaism - Judaism - Solomon ibn Gabirol: In its essentials, the schema of creation and emanation propounded by Isaac Israeli and his Neoplatonic source (or sources) was taken over by Solomon ibn Gabirol, a celebrated 11th-century Hebrew liturgical poet who was also the earliest.

Judaism - Judaism - Solomon ibn Gabirol: In its essentials, the schema of creation and emanation propounded by Isaac Israeli and his Neoplatonic source (or sources) was taken over by Solomon ibn Gabirol, a celebrated 11th-century Hebrew liturgical poet who was also the earliest Jewish philosopher of Spain.

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Despite his very short life, Solomon ibn Gabirol won great fame during his own . Ibn Gabirol sang the praises of Rabbi Samuel Hanagid and also of another Jewish minister, Jekuthiel ibn Hasan of Saragossa

Despite his very short life, Solomon ibn Gabirol won great fame during his own lifetime, and even more so after his death when his writings became more widely known. His father Judah, was a native of the famous city of Cordova which was at the time under Arab domination. He also studied astronomy, geometry, and philosophy: Ibn Gabirol began writing Hebrew poetry when he was very young. Ibn Gabirol sang the praises of Rabbi Samuel Hanagid and also of another Jewish minister, Jekuthiel ibn Hasan of Saragossa. The latter became Ibn Gabirol's friend and patron. Unfortunately, Ibn Hasan met with a violent death through a false accusation by his enemies.

(SOLOMON IBN GABIROL AND HIS POETRY) Solomon ibn Gabirol (c. 1020-c. 1057) was one of the greatest of medieval Jewish thinkers. A man of many talents, he is renowned both for his neo-platonic philosophical classic, Mekor Hayyim, (The Fountain of Life, Latin: Fons Vitae) and for his eloquent Hebrew liturgical poetry. This many-sided genius made him an especially appealing subject to Abraham Geiger who, in the course of preparing lectures on Jewish history, came to be so fascinated by Ibn Gabirol that he wrote this biography and study. The literature on Ibn Gabirol is not large, but this study ranks highly, being required reading for all students of the man and his times. Geiger, a master student of Jewish-Arabic relations, was particularly qualified to undertake this monograph. German text
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