The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Jewish Philosophy

The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Jewish Philosophy

by Daniel H. Frank
     
 

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An introduction to Jewish philosophical thought during the Middle Ages.See more details below

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An introduction to Jewish philosophical thought during the Middle Ages.

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"Frank and Leaman's volume is a superb effort and is highly recommended for students and scholars alike. It will certainly become one of the standard reference works in the field." Philosophy in Review

"In many ways, the editors and the contributors to this volume accomplish the impossible: they offer insightful essays that will appeal not only to the specialist in the field, but also be accessible to those encountering the beauty of medieval Jewish philosophy for the first time." Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses, Aaron Hughes, University of Calgary

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ISBN-13:
9781139816069
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
10/17/2012
Series:
Cambridge Companions to Philosophy
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
388,263
File size:
2 MB

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"Frank and Leaman's volume is a superb effort and is highly recommended for students and scholars alike. It will certainly become one of the standard reference works in the field." Philosophy in Review

"In many ways, the editors and the contributors to this volume accomplish the impossible: they offer insightful essays that will appeal not only to the specialist in the field, but also be accessible to those encountering the beauty of medieval Jewish philosophy for the first time." Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuses, Aaron Hughes, University of Calgary

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