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Ibn Gabirol

Raphael Loewe

Ibn Gabirol

by Raphael Loewe

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Published by Grove Weidenfeld in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ibn Gabirol, 11th cent. -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Ibn Gabirol, 11th cent,
  • Philosophy, Jewish,
  • Philosophy, Medieval

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-191) and index.

    StatementRaphael Loewe.
    SeriesJewish thinkers
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ5050.I3 Z74 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination196 p. ;
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1873730M
    ISBN 100802111335
    LC Control Number90033517

    Olga Volozova’s portrait of the life of the late Solomon Ibn Gabirol mixes ancient Jewish lore with her unique, fluid style of storytelling in The Golem of Gabirol. Originally told by Ibn Yahya in “Shalshelet ha-Kabbalah,” legend has it that a rival of Gabirol’s, a jealous Muslim poet, murdered him and buried his body beneath a fig tree.   Selected Religious Poems of Solomon ibn Gabirol by Solomon ibn Gabirol, tr. by Israel Zangwill. A key medieval Jewish Spanish poet and philosopher's devotional poetry, some of which was adopted into liturgy. "Solomon ibn Gabirol (b. , d. ca. ) was a Jewish Neoplatonist philosopher and poet who lived in Spain during the Islamic : Appspublisher.

    His work represents the finest labor of poetic translation that I have seen in many years. I am wildly enthusiastic about this fine translation of Ibn Gabirol. It is a service to readers and to literature."—Richard Howard, Poetry Editor, Paris Review, winner of the National Book Award for his translation of Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal. Poet, philosopher, and sensitive misanthrope, a spectacular fly in the ointment of the refined eleventh-century Andalusian-Jewish elite, Solomon Ibn Gabirol comes down to us as one of the most complicated intellectual figures in the history of post-biblical by:

      Read "Ibn Gabirol's Theology of Desire Matter and Method in Jewish Medieval Neoplatonism" by Sarah Pessin available from Rakuten Kobo. Drawing on Arabic passages from Ibn Gabirol's original Fons Vitae text, and highlighting philosophical insights from his Brand: Cambridge University Press. Solomon Ibn Gabirol The earliest account of Gabirol's life is found in a book by an Arab contemporary. In slightly more than three lines, Gabirol is described as a student of philosophy and logic, possessing a keen mind. The Arab text concludes its description by observing that Ibn Gabirol was a shy man who was cut off in the prime of life.


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"Vulture in a cage," Solomon Ibn Gabirol's own self-description, is an apt image for a poet who was obsessed with the impediments posed by the body and the material world to the realization of his spiritual ambition of elevating his soul to the empyrean.5/5(4).

I have now read selections of three Andalusian Jewish poets: Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Shmuel Hanagid and Yehuda Halevi. So far I have found Ibn Gabirol's poetry the most satisfying. From what I have read about him, it seems he was a rather testy individual. But from his testy soul flowed beautiful by: Solomon ibn Gabirol’s most popular book is Selected Poems.

Solomon ibn Gabirol has 22 books on Goodreads with ratings. Solomon ibn Gabirol’s most popular book is Selected Poems. Solomon ibn Gabirol has 22 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Solomon ibn Gabirol’s most popular book is Selected Poems. Poet, philosopher, and sensitive misanthrope, a spectacular fly in the ointment of the refined eleventh-century Andalusian-Jewish elite, Solomon Ibn Gabirol comes down to us as one of the most complicated intellectual figures in the Brand: Princeton University Press.

The Fountain of Life by Solomon ibn Gabirol, tr. by Harry E. Wedeck An extract from the Jewish writer Solomon ibn Gabirol's philosophical treatise on the First Cause "Solomon ibn Gabirol, also known as Avicebron, was a Spanish-Jewish poet and philosopher of the eleventh century.

This is a translation of a key extract from his major philosophical work, the Fons Vitae, Author: Solomon Ibn Gabirol. The latter became Ibn Gabirol's friend and patron.

Unfortunately, Ibn Hasan met with a violent death through a false accusation by his enemies. Ibn Gabirol, who was about Ibn Gabirol book or nineteen years old at that time, composed a touching eulogy on the loss of his friend. A number of Ibn Gabirol's religious hymns were included in the prayer : Nissan Mindel.

Judaism - Judaism - Solomon ibn Gabirol: In its essentials, the schema of creation and emanation propounded by Isaac Israeli and his Neoplatonic source (or sources) was taken over by Solomon ibn Gabirol, a celebrated 11th-century Hebrew liturgical poet who was also the earliest Jewish philosopher of Spain.

His chief philosophical work, written in Arabic but preserved in full only in. Solomon ibn Gabirol (b.d.

) was a Jewish Neoplatonist philosopher and poet who lived in Spain during the Islamic period. His devotional poetry, featured here, is considered among the best post-canon, and portions of his poetic works have been incorporated into.

Solomon ibn Gabirol (alt. Solomon ben Judah) (Hebrew: שלמה בן יהודה אבן גבירול ‎, pronounced ; Arabic: أبوأيوب سليمان بن يحيى بن جبيرول ‎, pronounced) was an 11th-century Andalusian poet and Jewish philosopher with a Neo-Platonic bent.

He published over a hundred poems, as well as works of biblical exegesis, philosophy, ethics. Interview on Ibn Gabirol book. On the New Books in Philosophy podcast (1 hr, 14 min, audio, ) Featured in AAC&U Cover Story on Interfaith in Higher Ed (Nov ) On Stage at Buntport Theater [Repeat offender in the Great Debate, The Narrators, and other comedic formats!].

Solomon ibn Gabirol (b.d. ) was a Jewish Neoplatonist philosopher and poet who lived in Spain during the Islamic period. His devotional poetry, featured here, is considered among the best post-canon, and portions of his poetic works have been incorporated into /5.

Poet, philosopher, and sensitive misanthrope, a spectacular fly in the ointment of the refined eleventh-century Andalusian-Jewish elite, Solomon Ibn Gabirol comes down to us as one of the most complicated intellectual figures in the history of post-biblical Judaism.

Ashamnu, bagadnu, we confess on the Day of Atonement, but Ibn Verga goes the extra mile. And who is this “Sage” quoted by the wise Thomas. I turn to a footnote in my battered copy of Shevet Yehudah, the critical edition, inherited from my father: The Sage is the author of Mivchar ha-peninim, the ubiquitous Gabirol.

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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The Philosophical Writings of Solomon Ben Yehudah Ibn Gebirol Or Avicebron, and Their by Isaac Myer Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Pages: Book Description: Poet, philosopher, and sensitive misanthrope, a spectacular fly in the ointment of the refined eleventh-century Andalusian-Jewish elite, Solomon Ibn Gabirol comes down to us as one of the most complicated intellectual figures in the history of post-biblical Judaism.

Drawing on Arabic passages from Ibn Gabirol's original Fons Vitae text, and highlighting philosophical insights from his Hebrew poetry, Sarah Pessin develops a 'theology of desire' at the heart of Ibn Gabirol's eleventh-century by: 2.

Buy Selected Poems of Solomon Ibn Gabirol: (Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation) by Ibn Gabirol, Solomon, Cole, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).

Shelomo ibn Gabirol (or Solomon ibn Gabirol) was a Jewish poet and philosopher who lived in Andalusian Spain when it was under Muslim rule. He was. Drawing on Arabic passages from Ibn Gabirol's original Fons Vitae text, and highlighting philosophical insights from his Hebrew poetry, in this book I develop a “Theology of Desire” at the heart of Ibn Gabirol's eleventh-century cosmo-ontology.

I challenge centuries of received scholarship on his work, including his so-called Doctrine of Divine Will. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Ibn Gabirol (Ibn Gabirol, active 11th century) Also found under: Ibn Gabirol, Solomon Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.

Ibn Gabirol, active 11th century: The Fountain of Life (Fons Vitae) (specially abridged edition; New York: Philosophical Library, ), trans. by Harry E. Wedeck (HTML with .Ibn Gabirol often found refuge in the house of Ibn Ga’nach, a local doctor and a grammarian from whom Gabirol received parental love, Jewish leanings and treatment for his skin disease that afflicted him.

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