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R. Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on Isaiah 40-66
סדרת The Institute for Jewish Bible Interpretation – Sources and Studies
By Jair Haas
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An Annotated Scientific Edition of the Second Part of the Commentary of Rabbi Avraham Ibn Ezra, one of the greatest commentators of all generations, on the Book of Isaiah. The edition has three sections: the commentary body is based on all existing variants, version exchange mechanism and continuous annotation by the author. The commentary, intended for both a scholar and an educated reader, clarifies Ibn Ezra's interpretations in light of his predecessors' comments and interpretive principles and linguistic, scientific, philosophical and historical concepts, as expressed in his varied essays. The introduction to the book highlights the principles by which the edition was prepared, presents a broad overview of Ibn Ezra's theoretical teachings and its various aspects, and discusses its relation to the author's identity question of the group of prophecies in Isaiah 40-66 and its relation to the structure and meaning of the group.

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Danacode: 110-20294
ISBN: 978-965-226-587-6
Categories: Biblical Studies
Published: May 2020
Language: Hebrew
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17x24 cm
600 gr
366 pages

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