Studies in religious philosophy and mysticism.

Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press [1969] .

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Other Title Religious philosophy and mysticism.
Subjects Jewish philosophy.
Mysticism -- Judaism.
Mysticisme -- Judaïsme.
Philosophie juive.
Description 308 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The Delphic maxim in medieval Islam and Judaism -- "The ladder of ascension" -- Ibn Bājja on man's ultimate felicity -- Essence and existence in Maimonides -- A note on the rabbinic doctrine of creation -- Saadya's theory of revelation: its origin and background -- Eleazar of Worms' symbol of the Merkabah -- The motif of the "shells" in ʻAzriel of Gerona -- Moses Narboni's "Epistle on Shiʻur Qomā" -- William Wollaston: English deist and rabbinic scholar -- Moses Mendelssohn on Leibniz and Spinoza -- Franz Rosenzweig on history.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)10490
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WorldCat Identities Altmann, Alexander, 1906-
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