The image of R. Yehuda Halevi is not only of a renaissance man, but of an intellectual whose biography reflects an artist's life. A sensitive creator, the signs of the times and the condition of the exile of Israel left a very deep impression on him. Poetry, halakha, contemplation and interpretation were all intertwined in this great personality. R. Yehuda Halevi’s character, writings and ideas continue to have a profound effect on Jewish creativity. This collection of essays, edited by Prof. Ephraim Hazan and Prof. Dov Schwartz, seeks to expose and examine different aspects in the work of R. Yehuda Halevi using various methods to decipher the work of this great poet and thinker.
Danacode:   110-20228 ISBN:  978-965-226-471-8 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   274 Weight:   800 gr Dimensions:  17x24 cm Publication Date:   02/2016 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
An annotated critical edition of Heshek Shelomo, R. Shelomo ben Yehudaof Lunel's commentary on the Kuzari by R. Yehuda Halevi. This commentary was written between the end of the 13th and the beginning of the 14th century and it affords us a rare source of
A selection of articles presented to Emanuel Rackman, including essays on his personality and his contribution to the Jewish and academic communities. The articles reflect Prof. Rackman's main fields of interest: Jewish Philosophy, Jewish Law and Halakhah
This is the first attempt to deal with R. Yehuda Halevi's thought in a complete and comprehensive manner, describing the systematic relationships between the various conceptual entities. The development of Halevi's thinking is described in its entirety, d