8 edition of Isaac Israeli found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by A. Altmann and S. M. Stern ; with a new foreword by Alfred Ivry.|
|Contributions||Altmann, Alexander, 1906-, Stern, S. M. 1920-1969.|
|LC Classifications||B759.I82 E5 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009013449|
), while stating that Isaac Israeli lived more than one hundred years, gives the dates ; and Steinschneider ("Hebr. Uebers." pp. , ) places his death in Israeli studied natural history, medicine, mathematics, astronomy, etc.; so that he was reputed to . What may be most curious about Isaac D’Israeli’s Curiosities of Literature is the title itself. For D’Israeli curiosity was a blend of the original denotation, “investigation characterized by special care,” and that of his own day, “inquisitive, desirous of information,” as in his reference to the grammar in Johnson’s Dictionary as being “curiously illustrated by the.
Isaac Israeli was born in Egypt and studied widely in natural history, mathematics, astronomy, and medicine. He settled in Kairwan, Tunisia, where he served as court physician to the caliph and wrote several esteemed medical and philosphical works in Arabic. The book received almost two hundred reviews around the country, with many if not most reviewers echoing the sentiments of Martin Peretz, the editor of the New Republic, who wrote that this was a book that could “change the mind of our generation” regarding the Arab-Israel conflict. 1 Miss Peters received a National Jewish Book Award for.
Ferre-Veit Lola Ferre and Veit, Raphaela. “The Textual Traditions of Isaac Israeli’s Book on Fevers in Arabic, Latin, Hebrew, and Spanish.” Aleph. Historical Studies in Science and Judaism 9 1 Author: Lola Ferre, José Martínez Delgado. His book Science, Technology and Security: From Soldiers in Combat up to Outer Space, was published in His book on Israel Defence Doctrine was published in Isaac is married to Inbal (née Marcus) and they have three sons: Yuval (), Roy () and Alon (). Current Positions - Chairman of Israel Space Agency (since ).
Market Street design planning study
Recent advances in the study of bats
Be an artist
40 ways to raise a nonracist child
seasons, hymns, ode, and songs, of James Thomson
Humane education and realms of humaneness
book of fayttes of arms and of chivalry
Tales of the Lance (AD&D 2nd Ed Fantasy Roleplaying, Dragonlance, World Book of Ansalon + 3 maps + Cutout booklet)
Many patches ago
Chemical and electro-plated finishes
Report of the Petro-Chemical Committee.
Schaums outlines engineering mechanics
Isaac ben Solomon Israeli (ca. – CE), not to be confused with Isaac Israeli the Younger (an astronomer of Spain, d. CE), served as physician to the founder of the Fatimid Dynasty in North Africa and wrote several philosophical and medical treatises in Arabic which were subsequently translated and widely read in Latin and Hebrew.
Isaac ben Solomon Israeli, Arabic Abū Ya-ʿqūb Isḥaq Ibn Sulaymān Al-isrāʾīlī, also called Isaac Israeli, or Isaac The Elder, (born /, Egypt—died /, Al-Qayrawān, Tunisia), Jewish physician and philosopher, widely reputed in the European Middle Ages for his scientific writings and regarded as the father of medieval Jewish Neoplatonism.
Isaac Israeli ben Solomon (Hebrew: Yitzhak ben Shlomo ha-Yisraeli; Arabic: Abu Ya'qub Ishaq ibn Suleiman al-Isra'ili) (c.
– c. ), also known as Isaac Israeli the Elder and Isaac Judaeus, was one of the foremost physicians and philosophers of his is regarded as the father of medieval Jewish works, all written in Arabic and subsequently translated into Hebrew.
This classic volume contains English translations of Israeli’s philosophical writings, including the Book of Definitions, the Book of Substances, and the Book on Spirit and Soul.
Additionally, Isaac Israeli features a biographical sketch of the philosopher and extensive notes and comments on the texts, as well as a survey and appraisal of his Cited by: This classic volume contains English translations of Israeli's philosophical writings, including the Book of Definitions, the Book of Substances,and the Book on Spirit and Soul.
Additionally, Isaac Israelifeatures a biographical sketch of the philosopher and extensive notes and comments on the texts, as well as a survey and appraisal of his. Isaac Alteras, associate professor of history at Queens College, City University of New York, has published and lectured widely on Jewish history and the Arab-Israeli conflict.
From to he directed the Center for Jewish Studies at Queens by: 9. Isaac Israeli's Book on Fevers enjoyed a considerable reputation in the Middle Ages. As a result it was translated into several languages. The textual tradition of the Old Spanish translation poses a problem.
It corresponds neither to the Arabic nor to the Latin text. Isaac D'Israeli Book, Home, Men Enthusiasm is that secret and harmonious spirit which hovers over the production of genius, throwing the reader of a book, or the spectator of a statue, into the very ideal presence whence these works have really originated.
Curiosities of literature by Disraeli, Isaac and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Israel Zamir, z"l, Israeli journalist and son of Yiddish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer, was interviewed by Christa Whitney on November 1, at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts.
Israel describes his father's early life in Lenchen, a suburb of Warsaw, Poland. Abstract. Abstract: In Isaac Israeli: A Neoplatonic Philosopher of the Early Tenth Century ofby Alexander Altmann (–) and Samuel M.
Stern (–), two leading scholars in Jewish (and other) studies, the latter provided English translations and studies of Israeli’s Book of Definitions and Book on Spirit and wrote that he had prepared new critical editions of the Author: Gad Freudenthal, Samuel M.
Stern. ISAAC ISRAELI. Son of Solomon, Jewish physician and philosopher, also known as Isaac Judaeus; d. Isaac was a native of Egypt who emigrated to Qayraw ā n (in modern Tunisia) about and became a physician to the Fatimid Caliph ‘ Ubayd Allah al-Mahdi.
According to some authorities he died shortly beforebut other accounts (of doubtful authority) imply that he was alive at later. Isaac D'Israeli was a British writer, scholar and man of letters.
He is best known for his essays, his associations with other men of letters, and as the father of British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli/5(7).
Book by Isaac D'Israeli, - 5 Copy quote Self-love is a principle of action; but among no class of human beings has nature so profusely distributed this principle of life and action as through the whole sensitive family of genius.
The Textual Traditions of Isaac Israeli’s Book on Fevers in Arabic, Latin, Hebrew, and Spanish Isaac Israeli’s Book on Fevers enjoyed a considerable reputation in the Middle Ages.
As a result. Abstract. With Isḥāq ibn Sulaymān al-Israeli, generally known as Isaac Israeli, the philosophical season of the Jewish Middle Ages begins. Integrating, in Jewish thought, philosophical ideas drawn from Greek and Arabic sources, Isaac Israeli gives us the first, albeit not very original, testimony of Jewish Neoplatonism.
A. ALTMANN; ISAAC ISRAELI'S BOOK OF DEFINITIONS: SOME FRAGMENTS OF A SECOND HEBREW TRANSLATION1, Journal of Semitic Studies, Volume 2, Issue 3, 1 JulyPaCited by: This is the third and final volume of Isaac D'Israeli's monumental work Curiosities of Literature.
It covers a great range of diverse topics, by no means limited to literature only, but also containing numerous essays on history, politics, and customs of English society.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Israeli, Isaac, approximately approximately Isaac Israeli, a Neoplatonic philosopher of the early tenth century. Isaac D'Israeli by James Ogden (Book) Nineteenth-century literature criticism.
Volume by Kathy D Darrow () Isaac D'Israeli () by Sarah Kopstein (Book) Curiosities of literature by Isaac. All Book Search results » About the author () Isaac Alteras, associate professor of history at Queens College, City University of New York, has published and lectured widely on Jewish history and the Arab-Israeli conflict.Isaac Israeli (Author) Alexander Altmann (–87) was the founder of the Institute of Jewish Studies and professor at Brandeis University and Harvard University, among other institutions.
He is the author of many books, including Moses Mendelssohn: A Biographical Study.On the medieval translations of Isaac Israeli’s medical works and the relationships between the di ferent versions of the Book on Fevers, see F erre-V eit