The Beginning of the World in Renaissance Jewish Thought: ma’Aseh Bereshit in Italian Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah, 1492-1535

Brill (2016)

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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