Isaac Abravanel: Six Lectures  
  by Paul Goodman, I. G. Llubera, M. Gaster, L. Rabinowitz, L. Strauss, A. R. Milburn.  

Author Gaster, M.; Strauss, L.; Goodman, Paul; Rabinowitz, L.; Llubera, I. G.; Milburn, A. R. / Loewe, H. [Ed. & Intr.] / Trend, J. B. [Ed.]
Place of Publication Cambridge
Publication Name At the University Press
Year 1937
Language(s) English
RARE collection of six lectures on the life and works of an influential Portuguese Jewish statesman, philosopher, Bible commentator, and financier Isaac ben Judah Abarbanel (1437-1508, also spelled Abravanel, Avravanel or Abrabanel), delivered on the occasion of the quingentenary of his birth. [CONTENTS]: 1.Introduction - Paul Goodman. 2.Spain in the Age of Abravanel - I.Gozales Llubera. 3.Abravanel`s Literary Work - Moses Gaster (delivered by his son T.H.Gaster). 4.Abravanel as exegete - L.Rabinowitz. 5.On Abravanel`s Philosophical Tendency and Political Tendency and Political Teaching - Leo Strauss. 6.Leone Ebreo and the Renaissance - A.R.Milburn. Contains 4 b&w plates. 220x145mm. XXVIII+157 pages. Black cloth Hardcover with gilt spine. Cover slightly rubbed and dirty. Cover corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Spine yellowing and dirty. Spine edges peeling/tattered. Small ink/pen inscriptions on front whitepage upper edge. Binding slightly visible between several pages. Inner cover and pages slightly yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare collection of papers on the preeminent Jewish historical figure during the waning of the Middle Ages is otherwise in good condition.
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