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Leonard Levin
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Seeing with Both Eyes book. This is an integrated study of the revival of philosophical studies. This work advances the scholarly study of 16th-century Polish-Jewish culture, the Polish Jewish Renaissance, the philosophical interests of Ashkenazic Jewry, Jewish responses to Renaissance humanism and the Reformation, and the early-modern background for the 18th-century Jewish Enlightenment.

Supplements to The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, Volume: 2. Author: Leonard Levin. This is an integrated study of the revival of philosophical studies in 16th-century central-European Jewry focusing on seven major thinkers and especially on the intellectual development of Ephraim Luntshitz (1550-1619). Preoccupation with philosophy is traced through Moses Isserles, Solomon Luria, Mordecai Jaffe, Abraham Horowitz, Eliezer Ashkenazi, Maharal of Prague, and Ephraim Luntshitz

Request PDF On Apr 1, 2010, Adam Teller and others published Seeing with Both Eyes: Ephraim Luntshitz and . Die kulturelle Moderne beginnt in der Renaissance, und die Renaissance ist die Geburtsstunde des Individuums.

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Levin, Leonard . Seeing with Both Eyes: Ephraim Luntshitz and the Polish-Jewish Renaissance (Leiden, 2008). Melamed, Abraham, Rakaḥot ve-Tabaḥot: ha-Mitos al Makor ha-Ḥakhamot (Jerusalem, 2010). Miletto, Gianfranco, Glauben und Wissen im Zeitalter der Reformation: Der salomonische Tempel bei Abraham ben David Portaleone (1542–1612) (Berlin, 2004)

Olelot Ephraim ("grapes of Ephraim", a reference to Judges 8:2), four volumes of sermons published in Lublin 1590. Leonard S. Levin: Seeing with Both Eyes: Ephraim Luntshitz and the Polish-Jewish Renaissance. Brill, Leiden/Boston 2008, ISBN 978-90-04164840.

Olelot Ephraim ("grapes of Ephraim", a reference to Judges 8:2), four volumes of sermons published in Lublin 1590. Ammudei Shesh ("pillars of marble", Esther 1:6), sermons (Prague, 1617) Siftei Da'at ("words of wisdom", also Proverbs 20:15), a continuation of Keli Yekar in style and reach, Prague 1610. Orach le-Chayyim ("a path for life", Proberbs 10:17), sermons for Shabbat Shuvah and Shabbat ha-Gadol, Lublin 1595.

2. Formatted Contents Note: Circles of infuence: Polish Jewish thought in the age of the late Renaissance The first Wave (1550-580) : Isserles, Jaffe, and Horowitz Young Ephraim: Ephraim's early outlook as expressed in City of Heroes The debate between Eliezer and Maharal Ephraim discovers philosophy The quest of reason: the outlook of the Precious Ornament (part 1) Return to origins: the outlook of the Precious. Ornament (part 2) Conclusion. Personal Name: Ephraim Solomon ben Aaron,, of Luntshits, 1550-1619.

Seeing with Both Eyes: Ephraim Luntshitz and the . The Laicization of Jewish Society: The Polish Communal Rabbinate in the 16th Century more.

Seeing with Both Eyes: Ephraim Luntshitz and the PolishJewish Renaissance more. Preoccupation with philosophy is traced through Moses Isserles, Solomon Luria, Mordecai Jaffe, Abraham Horowitz, Eliezer Ashkenazi, Maharal of Prague, and Ephraim Luntshitz. Analysis of these thinkers’ intellectual affiliations is based on close analysis of their primary texts, of which a generous selection is provided in translation for the first time. Publication Name: M. Graetz (e., Schoepferische Momente des europaeischen Judentums, 1. 18.

This work advances the scholarly study of 16th-century Polish-Jewish culture, the Polish Jewish Renaissance, the philosophical interests of Ashkenazic Jewry, Jewish responses to Renaissance humanism and the Reformation, and the early-modern background for the 18th-century Jewish.

This work advances the scholarly study of 16th-century Polish-Jewish culture, the Polish Jewish Renaissance, the philosophical interests of Ashkenazic Jewry, Jewish responses to Renaissance humanism and the Reformation, and the early-modern background for the 18th-century Jewish Enlightenment. ing with Both Eyes Ephraim Luntshitz and the Polish-jewish Renaissance. Seeing with Both Eyes: Ephraim Luntshitz and the Polish-jewish Renaissance.

This is an integrated study of the revival of philosophical studies in 16th-century central-European Jewry focusing on seven major thinkers and especially on the intellectual development of Ephraim Luntshitz (1550-1619).Preoccupation with philosophy is traced through Moses Isserles, Solomon Luria, Mordecai Jaffe, Abraham Horowitz, Eliezer Ashkenazi, Maharal of Prague, and Ephraim Luntshitz. Analysis of these thinkers' intellectual affiliations is based on close analysis of their primary texts, of which a generous selection is provided in translation for the first time.This work advances the scholarly study of 16th-century Polish-Jewish culture, the Polish Jewish Renaissance, the philosophical interests of Ashkenazic Jewry, Jewish responses to Renaissance humanism and the Reformation, and the early-modern background for the 18th-century Jewish Enlightenment.