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  1. Brian Ogren (2009). The Forty-Nine Gates of Wisdom as Forty-Nine Ways to Christ: Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola's Heptaplus and Nahmanidean Kabbalah. Rinascimento 49:27.
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  2. Brian Ogren (2004). Aristotle's Rhetoric and the Cognition of Being: Human Emotions and the Rational-Irrational Dialectic. Minerva 8:1-19.
    Within the second book of his Rhetoric, intent upon the art of persuasion, Aristotle sets forth theearliest known methodical explication of human emotions. This placement seems rather peculiar,given the importance of emotional dispositions in both Aristotle’s theory of moral virtues and in hismoral psychology. One would expect to find a full account of the emotions in his extensivetreatment of virtues as it appears in his ethical treatises, or as part of his psychological system in DeAnima. In none of these places, (...)
     
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    Brian Ogren (2009). Renaissance and Rebirth: Reincarnation in Early Modern Italian Kabbalah. Brill.
    This book addresses the problematic question of the roles and achievements of Jews who lived in Italy in the development of Renaissance culture in its Jewish ...
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  4. Brian Ogren (2016). The Beginning of the World in Renaissance Jewish Thought: Ma’Aseh Bereshit in Italian Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, 1492-1535. Brill.
    In _The Beginning of the World in Renaissance Jewish Thought_, Brian Ogren deeply analyzes late fifteenth century Italian Jewish thought concerning the creation of the world and the beginning of time. Ogren examines uses of philosophy and Kabbalah in the thought of four important fifteenth century thinkers.
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