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Item Description: ReInk Books, 2017. SoftCover. Book Condition: New. Reprinted from 1846 edition. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Bookseller Inventory # 454220588

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Item Description: Zarenzanski, Berlin, 1847. IN HEBREW WITH GERMAN SUMMARY. RARE copy of two texts published by the great Jewish scholar, bibliographer and Hebraist Moritz Steinschneider: The first is R. Avraham Ibn Ezra's reply to three questions on astronomy; the second is a Hebrew translation of Maimonides' Maamar Hayichud, an Aristotelian treatise on the nature of oneness. The texts are prefaced and annotated by the editor. 197x140mm. XIV+40+10 pages. Rebound in black cloth Hardcover. Cover, cover corners and spine edges rubbed. Ex libris and binders' sticker on endpaper. Ex libris stamp on Hebrew title page. Several pages fore edge tattered - NO damage to text. Pages wavy, age-stained and yellowing. [SUMMARY]: These two gems of medieval Jewish philosophy are intact and in good reading condition. The book is in : Hebrew German. Bookseller Inventory # MC 12 11

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Item Description: Friedländersche Buchdruckerei, Berlin, 1847. Hardcover. Book Condition: g. 8vo. (6) 10pp. 40pp. xiv. 1/4 blue cloth over black paper covered boards. Printed on high quality cotton rag/ Famous work by renowned Medieval Jewish Rabbi, Physician and Philosopher, Moses Maimonides a.k.a. Ramba"m (1135-1204). Translated from Judeo-Arabic into Hebrew by Rabbi Isaac ben Nathan. This is the first edition with a German commentary: Renowned Orientalist and bibliographer Moritz Steinschneider (see below) added a summary, a linguistic analysis and a thematic analysis in his preface. Age wear to binding, with minor browning and foxing throughout. Overall clean and tight. In Hebrew, with German preface. Good condition. R. Moses Maimonides (Rambam) was a 12th century Jewish philosopher and halachic legal scholar. A highly controversial figure, both during his lifetime and after his death, but generally acknowledged as the preeminent Jewish thinker of the Middle Ages. He was born in Córdoba, Spain but fled as a child from the Almohad persecution. He eventually settled in Egypt where he served as a rabbi, physician and philosopher. His fourteen-volume Mishneh Torah, his only work not in Arabic, still carries canonical authority, particularly within the Yemenite Jewish community, as the codification of Talmudic law. His other work includes a commentary on the Mishnah entitled Kitab al-Siraj, Kitab al-Fara'I, a book on precepts, and the philosophical work Dalalat al-Ha'irin, known in Hebrew as the Moreh Nevukhim, The Guide to the Perplexed. The major premise is an attempted philosophical/theological reconciliation of the Hebrew Bible and Greek knowledge. This work came to play a central role in all subsequent major controversies over philosophy within the Jewish community during the Middle Ages. On the editor: Moritz Steinschneider (1816 - 1907) was a Bohemian Orientalist and bibliographer. He received his early instruction in Hebrew from Jacob Steinschneider (1782 - 1856), his father, who was not well versed in both Talmud and secular science. In order to show the part that Jews had taken in the general history of civilization (Kulturgeschichte), Steinschneider chose fields unrelated to Jewish religion and theology, like mathematics, medicine, natural history and philology. He was the first scholar to give a systematic survey of Jewish literature till the end of the eighteenth century, and to publish catalogues of the Hebrew manuscripts and books which are found in the public libraries of Europe. The Bodleian catalogue was the foundation of his reputation as the greatest Jewish bibliographer. On the author (Source: Public Domain): Moritz Steinschneider (1816 - 1907) was a Bohemian Orientalist and bibliographer. He received his early instruction in Hebrew from Jacob Steinschneider (1782 - 1856), his father, who was not well versed in both Talmud and secular science. In order to show the part that Jews had taken in the general history of civilization (Kulturgeschichte), Steinschneider chose fields unrelated to Jewish religion and theology, like mathematics, medicine, natural history and philology. He was the first scholar to give a systematic survey of Jewish literature till the end of the eighteenth century, and to publish catalogues of the Hebrew manuscripts and books which are found in the public libraries of Europe. The Bodleian catalogue was the foundation of his reputation as the greatest Jewish bibliographer. (Source: Public Domain). First edition thus (with German commentary). Bookseller Inventory # 20246

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Maimonides, Moses; Yitshak Ben Natan; Solomon Judah Leib Rapoport; Moritz Steinschneider

Published by Berlin; Be-Hotsa?ot Tsevi Hirsh Kolvari (1846)

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Item Description: Berlin; Be-Hotsa?ot Tsevi Hirsh Kolvari, 1846. Paperback. Original Wraps. 12mo. 10, 40, XIV pages. 19 cm. First edition. First Appearance. In Hebrew with Introduction and Synopsis in German. 'Treatise on the Unity of God'. Translated from the Arabic by Isaac Nathan ben Kalonymus. Hebrew translation of Maimonides' Maamar Hayichud, a brief Aristotelian treatise on the nature of oneness. With notes on Isaac ben Nathan's Hebrew translation, letter of commentaries, and corrections by Rabbi Shlomo Yehudah Rapoport of Prague. With a foreword by Moritz Steinschneider, citing parallel passages from the Maamar Hayichud and the Mishneh Torah, and notes on linguistic and technical details of the Arabic. Published a year later, in 1847 as well (Sefer Shene ha-me? Orot) , with a different preface, and an added addendum by Steinschneider. Our copy originally comes from the library of Ephraim Deinard, with his signature, date (Nov. 1901) and bibliographic notes in margin of Hebrew title page. Subjects: God (Judaism) . Jewish philosophy - 12th century. OCLC lists 16 copies. Pages aged, with some chipping to edges; otherwise clean annd fresh. Good + condition. (BIBLIOG-35-11). Bookseller Inventory # 34237

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