The book, Rosh Amana (1494, Italy), by Rabbi Yitzhak Abravanel, the renowned Bible exegete who was exiled from Spain to Italy, deals with the principles of Jewish faith. In his broad analysis, Abravanel relates to his predecessors, particularly Maimonides, as well as his opponents on this subject, Joseph Albo and Hasdai Crescas. The Hebrew reader is provided for the first time with a critical, annotated edition, accompanied by a comprehensive introduction.
Danacode:   110-10342 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   204 Weight:   340 gr Dimensions:  15X22 cm Publication Date:   01/1993 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
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