5 edition of Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra"s commentary on the creation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-143) and index.
|Statement||translated and annotated by Michael Linetsky.|
|Contributions||Linetsky, Michael, 1973-|
|LC Classifications||BS1235 .I36513 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 155 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||97023850|
Abraham ibn Ezra –; Ibn Ezra was a contemporary of the Rashbam. His commentary on Chumash was reprinted under the name Sefer HaYashar. He clearly separates the literal meaning of a biblical verse from the traditional meaning, upon which the halacha is based, and from the homiletic meaning drush. He explains that the traditional. The biblical commentaries of Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra (/–/) have become indispensable to anyone desiring a full appreciation of the biblical text, and this noted scholar also wrote extensively on philology, philosophy, mathematics, and astrology.
Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra () – Born in Tuleda, Navarre, he was a philosopher, poet, mathematician, astronomer, linguist and biblical exegete. His commentary on the Bible is included in the most common editions of the Hebrew Bible that contain rabbinic commentary. Maimonides (a.k.a. Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, or the acronym Rambam) has been considered the key figure in Judaism since the Temple was destroyed in AD In fact, in the preface it says, “Ibn Ezra’s commentary constitutes a major contribution to Biblical Exegesis. One cannot be considered a true student of the Bible without having studied it.”.
Abraham Ibn Ezra, the peripatetic Spanish-Jewish scholar and poet, produced two commentaries to several biblical books, among them the book of Esther.2 The practice of producing two editions of the same work, while not unique to Ibn Ezra,3 is a characteristic feature . His commentary is saturated with insights into Hebrew grammar, medieval philosophy, and astrology. Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra's Commentary on Books 3–5 of Psalms: Chapters 73– completes the publication of the translation and annotation of Ibn Ezra's commentary to Psalms, making it available to both scholars and general readers.
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Norman Strickman (PhD Dropsie University) is a rabbi at Marine Park Jewish Center and a professor of Judaic studies at Touro College, New York. Table of Contents. Introduction. Abraham Ibn Ezra’s Introduction to the Book of Psalms Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5.
This original title for Ibn Ezra's commentary on the Torah is rarely used. It is taken to mean "the book of the upright" and is the title of a work that is cited in the Bible.(e.g., Joshua ). Buy Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Creation by Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Abraham Ben Meir Ibn Ezra. Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra, poet, philosopher, and mathematician, was one of the outstanding personalities produced by medieval Jewry.
His chief claim to fame, however, was for his commentary on the Bible. His explanations of Scripture have been printed in all major editions of the Hebrew Bible, and influenced other luminaries, such as Maimonides, Rabbi David Kimchi, Nahmanides, Ralbag.
The Golden Age of Spain produced some magnificent Jewish scholars. One of these was Abraham Ibn Ezra. Born inIbn Ezra was a friend of Judah ion maintains that Ibn Ezra married Judah HaLevi's daughter. After three of his children died and one son converted to Islam, Ibn Ezra became a wanderer.
Author of Perush ha-Torah, The commentary of Ibn Ezra on Isaiah, Mozne leshon ha-ḳodesh, Abraham Ibn Ezra Book of the World, Yesod diḳduḳ, Maʻadane melekh, Ḥai ben Meḳits, Yalḳuṭ Avraham Ibn ʻEzra. Page from the Book of Exodus with the Commentary of Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra, Naples, Rif on ibn Ezra Legacy by DBL Shlomo Sela has edited a multivolume set on ibn Ezra’s astrological writings for Brill Press: Abraham Ibn Ezra on Nativities and Continuous Horoscopy:A Parallel Hebrew-English Critical Edition of the Book of Nativities and.
Reference Library of Jewish Intellectual History Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Second Book of Psalms: Chapters 42–72 Previous Judaism in a Post-Halakhic Age Next Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the First Book of Psalms: Chapters 1– The life of Abraham Ibn Ezra can be divided into two periods.
The first was a stable one. According to the most recent scholarship, he was born in either or He lived in the Muslim portion of Spain, and received a traditional Spanish Jewish education, studying Torah as well as philosophy, mathematics, astronomy, astrology and poetry.
Rabbi Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra (usually called simply "Ibn Ezra "), a true giant of the spirit, was perhaps not such a great poet as Rabbi Judah Halevi, but as a man of Torah scholarship, art and secular knowledge, he surpassed all his contemporaries, and his influence upon learning and writing in Italy, Southern France and England was greater than that of any other Jewish : Nissan Mindel.
Rabbi Abraham ibn Ezra, poet, philosopher, and mathematician, was one of the outstanding personalities produced by medieval Jewry. His chief claim to fame, however, is his commentary on the Bible. The latter is printed in all major editions of the. The Book Exodus with the commentary of Abraham ibn Ezra, Naples In Spain, Ibn Ezra had already gained the reputation of a distinguished poet and thinker.
However, apart from his poems, the vast majority of his work was composed after Born: c. -Tudela. Abraham Aben Ezra's commentary on the book of Esther, after another version, copied from an old ms. in the Harleian collection, and edited for the first time, by Joseph Zedner () (Reprint) [Leatherbound] Ibn Ezra, Abraham ben Meir, Abraham ben Meir Ibn Ezra was one of the outstanding and colorful scholars of medieval Jewry.
He was a poet, mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, grammarian physician and philosopher. However, his chief claim to fame rests on his commentary on the Bible, especially on the Pentateuch, the five books of Moses. The Commentary of Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra on Hosea book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Abe Lipshitz. Abraham ibn Ezra’s () commentary on the Pentateuch, like Rashi’s commentaries, has produced many supercommentaries. His is very scholarly.
He was the first to maintain that Isa contains the work of two authors; and his doubts respecting the authenticity of. “Rabbi Abraham Ibn Ezra’s Commentary on the First Book of Psalms: Chapters ″ H.
Norman Strickman, Long Dash Publishing, Mishlei (Book of Proverbs) מִשְלֵי Proverbs (The Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries) Michael V. Fox, Rabbi Abraham ben Meir ibn Ezra (–) was one of the outstanding scholars produced by medieval Sephardic Jewry.
He was a poet, mathematician, astrologer, and grammarian. Above all he was one of medieval Jewry’s greatest Bible commentators. Abraham ibn Ezra was born in C.E.1 in Tudela, Spain and passed away in Brief overview of the life and works of Rabbi Avraham ibn Ezra, Andalusian poet, European wanderer, Biblical commentator and noted scientist.