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Rabbi Hasdai Crescas, Light of the Lord #

Light of the Lord is a classic work of Jewish philosophy written by Hasdai Crescas, a renowned medieval Jewish philosopher, rabbi, and statesman. This new Hebrew edition of the book offers a corrected version of the original text, based on the most authentic manuscript available (Firenze - Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Conv.Soppr. 417).

In Light of the Lord, Crescas explores a wide range of philosophical topics, including physics, metaphysics, and theology, offering his unique perspective on these subjects. His arguments and insights have made a lasting impact on the field of Jewish thought and continue to be studied and debated by scholars today.

The corrected text ensures that readers have access to an accurate and reliable version of Crescas’ thought, making it an essential resource for scholars and students of Jewish philosophy.

In addition to the corrected text, this edition includes a thorough index to help readers easily navigate the book and find the most relevant chapters.

Whether you are a seasoned scholar or new to the work of Hasdai Crescas, this new Hebrew edition of Light of the Lord is a must-have for anyone interested in Jewish philosophy.

Edited by Daniel Levin.


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Light of the Lord, Third Corrected Edition #

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Inside pages
  • Paperback
  • 393 pages
  • Dimensions: 160 x 240 mm
  • ISBN: 978-965-598-209-1

Previous Editions #

Errata for previous editions

Second Edition
front cover
  • Hardcover
  • 240 copies printed
  • 400 pages
  • Dimensions: 145 x 225 mm
  • ISBN: 978-965-599-158-1
Fist Edition
Front cover
Back cover
  • Hardcover
  • 240 copies printed
  • 400 pages
  • Dimensions: 145 x 225 mm
  • ISBN: 978-965-572-952-8

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