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Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History of ideas, intellectual history,
  • History of science,
  • Jewish studies,
  • Interior Design - General,
  • History,
  • Philosophy,
  • History: World,
  • Medieval,
  • Jewish astrology,
  • Eastern,
  • Eastern - General,
  • 1092-1167,
  • Contributions in science,
  • Ibn Ezra, Abraham ben Meir,,
  • Judaism and science

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBrill"s Series in Jewish Studies
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages422
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9084642M
    ISBN 109004129731
    ISBN 109789004129733


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The main focus of this book is the study of Abraham Ibn Ezra's () scientific thought within the historical and cultural context of his times.

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The main focus of this book is the study of Abraham Ibn Ezra's () scientific thought within the historical and cultural context of his times. His scientific contribution may be understood as the very embodiment of 'the rise of medieval Hebrew science', a process in.

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His scientific contribution may be understood as the very embodiment of ‘the rise of medieval Hebrew science’, a process in which Jewish scholars gradually adopted the holy tongue as a Cited by: "This book studies Abraham Ibn Ezra's () scientific thought. His life and oeuvre are viewed as the very embodiment of 'the rise of medieval Hebrew science', a process in which Jewish scholars gradually adopted the holy tongue as a vehicle to express scientific ideas."--Jacket.

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Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science Brill's Series in Jewish Studies: : Sela, Shlomo: Books. Abraham Ibn Ezra The Book of the World accompanied by an English translation and a commentary. These twin treatises represent the first Hebrew work, unique in medieval Jewish science, to discuss the theories and techniques of historical and meteorological astrology that had accumulated from Antiquity to Ibn Ezra’s time, on the basis of.

The main focus of this volume is the study of Abraham Ibn Ezra's scientific thought within the historical and cultural context of his times (). His scientific contribution may be understood as the very embodiment of "the rise of medieval Hebrew science", a process in which Jewish scholars gradually adopted the holy tongue as a vehicle.

Sela, Shlomo, "Abraham Ibn Ezra's Scientific Corpus Basic Constituents and General Characterization", in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, (), – Cambridge University Press; Sela, Shlomo, Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science, Brill, ISBN Born: c.

-Tudela. Abraham Ibn Ezra was born in Toledo, Spain in In his youth, he studied all the branches of knowledge that Arabic and Jewish gifted (and well to do) youngsters could master, and. Abraham ibn Ezra and the Metaphors of Imagination. Hebrew Sources.

Levin, Israel, ed. Abraham Ibn Ezra: Religious Poems. Tel Aviv, Translations (all of these books also contain commentary and biography) Carmi, T. The Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse. New York: Penguin, Goldstein, David. The Jewish Poets of Spain, Abstract. Abraham ben Meir ibn Ezra (c.

), a native of Tudela, has been a key figure of medieval Jewish thought. He has played an important role in the fields of biblical exegesis, poetry, grammar, astronomy, astrology, mathematics, and natural sciences.

Abraham Ibn Ezra the Book of Reasons: A Parallel Hebrew-English Critical Edition of the Two Versions of the Text: 35 Etudes sur le Judaisme Medieval: : Sela, Format: Hardcover. Sela, Shlomo, ed. and trans. Abraham Ibn Ezra, Sefer ha-Moladot in Abraham Ibn Ezra on Nativities and Continuous Horoscopy, A Parallel Hebrew English Critical Edition of the Book of Nativities and the Book of Revolution (Leiden: Brill, ).

Sela, Shlomo and Freudenthal, Gad. Abraham Ibn Ezra Book of the World (Études Sur Le Judaïsme Médiéval) (English and Hebrew Edition) (Hebrew) Bilingual Edition by Sela (Author), Shlomo Sela (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating ISBN Reviews: 1.

ABRAHAM IBN EZRA, Sefer ha-Mispar [Book of Numbers] and Hokhmat ha-Mispar [Science of Numbers] In Hebrew, manuscript on Paper [Balkans or Turkey, mid to late fifteenth century] TM sold.

Inquire. Print. Name E-Mail E-Mail Message. send inquire. Name E-Mail send to a friend. Look heavenward this coming Monday to witness the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn.

Jeremy Brown reports on how various Rishonim understood this astronomical rarity – and hopes it might be a good omen for our pandemic age. Contents: Early Hebrew and Arabic Scientific Literature by Jews -- The Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science -- Ibn Ezra's Biblical Exegesis--Italian and French Periods -- Poetry, Theological Monographs and Science -- Abraham Ibn Ezra's Scientific Corpus -- Mathematics, Astronomy, Scientific Instruments and Tools -- Jewish Calendar -- The.

Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for Students. Review (mpn: for sale) Abraham Ibn Ezra The Rise Medieval Hebrew Science Shlomo Sela Englis.

The first part provides a comprehensive picture of ibn ezra s scientific corpus. 06 series number 32 year publication date imprint brill place of Leiden country Netherlands publisher dimensions 6.

In she published a book of medieval Hebrew poetry in translation, Songs of Exile by Hebrew Poets, which included this poem; her translation of the works of Yehuda haLevi, Selected Poems of Jehudah Halevi, was published by JPS just before her death. Tragically, she died of cancer at the age of 48, and while she is not well-remembered today.

Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read saving /5(1). From the Middle Ages until the present, the development of astrology among Jews was associated mainly with the name of Abraham Ibn Ezra (&#;).

His scientific corpus deals with mathematics, astronomy, scientific instruments and tools, and the Jewish calendar; but especially with. 12 See Shlomo Sela, Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, ), pp.

– See below, nn. 17 and Although Jews were acquainted with horoscopic-predictive. –––,Abraham Ibn Ezra on Nativities and Continuous Horoscopy: A Parallel Hebrew-English Critical Edition of the Book of Nativities and the Book of Revolution., Leiden: Brill; Weinberger, L.,Twilight of a Golden Age: Selected Poems of Abraham Ibn Ezra, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Secondary Sources. One of the most brilliant ancient Jewish thinkers was Abraham ibn Ezra ( or ). Being human, he, like all other people including the. Sela, Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science (Leiden: Brill, ), pp. Ibn Ezra's translations include: (1) the Arabic works of the Jewish grammarian Hayyuj (c.

); (2) Ibn al-Muthanna's commentary to the as-tronomical tables of Al-Khwârizmï, translated by Ibn Ezra in and designated the. He has recently published: Abraham Ibn Ezra: The Book of Reasons, A Parallel Hebrew-English Critical Edition of the Two Versions of the Text, Edited, translated, and annotated by Shlomo Sela, Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, With this volume he begins the publication of Ibn Ezra.

Abraham Ibn Ezra and the rise of medieval Hebrew science by Shlomo Sela (Book) The astrological works of Abraham Ibn Ezra; a literary and linguistic study with special reference to the Old French translation of Hagin by Raphael Levy (Book). The polymath Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra was a philosopher, astronomer, mathematician, poet, linguist, Biblical commentator, and physician.

Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science by Shlomo Sela. ISBN: Publication Date: At the Women's Building. Abraham Ibn Ezra the Book of Reasons by Shlomo Sela (Editor. If anyone is interested in the life of Ibn Ezra then I strongly recommend another book Dr. Sela published in entitled, Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science, which is also available through Brill Publishers right now at a special offer of €69 or US $ The main focus of this book is the study of Abraham Ibn Ezra’s.

Sela, Shlomo, "Abraham Ibn Ezra's Scientific Corpus Basic Constituents and General Characterization", in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, (), – Cambridge University Press; Sela, Shlomo, Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Medieval Hebrew Science, Brill, ISBN In Hebrew it was translated at the same time by Tivoli's collaborator Abraham bar Hiyya, and again in by Kalonymus ben Kalonymus, as the Sefer ha-Peri ("Book of the fruit") or Sefer ha-Ilan ("Book of the tree").

Regardless of its authorship, the text has been described as "one of the most influential texts in astrology's history".

The Brilliant Ideas of Abraham ibn Ezra One of the most brilliant ancient Jewish thinkers was Abraham ibn Ezra ( or ). Being human, he, like all other people including the best of humans, without exception, made mistakes in his thinking, such as his belief that astrology is a true science.

Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra: Studies in the Writings of a Twelfth-Century Polymath, eds. Twersky and J. Harris, Harvard University Press, S. Sela, Astrology and Exegesis in the Thought of Abraham Ibn Ezra (Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, ) [Hebrew]. Abraham Ibn Ezra and the Rise of Hebrew Science.

Leiden: E. Brill, Brody, Heinrich. Introduction to Selected Poems of Moses Ibn Ezra, edited by Heinrich Brody and translated by Solomon Solis-Cohen. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society,(paper ). _____. “Moses Ibn Ezra: Incidents in His Life.” The Jewish Quarterly Review.

New Ser. The anticipations of modern higher biblical criticism by Judah ibn Balaʿam and Moses ibn Gikatilla (11th century) were popularized in Hebrew a few generations later by Abraham ibn Ezra. In the revival of Hebrew poetry, liturgical as well as secular, that translated the new preoccupation with language and beauty into art, Andalusian Jewry saw.

By Rabbi Dr. Israel Drazin BOCA RATON, Florida –One of the most brilliant ancient Jewish thinkers was Abraham ibn Ezra ( or ).

Being human, he. Block, Richard, ed. and trans. Ibn Ezra’s Commentary on The Song of Songs. Abraham Ibn Ezra. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, Ekman, Erik. “Translation and Translatio: ‘Nuestro Latín’ in Alfonso El Sabio’s General Estoria.” Bulletin of Spanish Studies (): 1– Print.