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  • Abrabanel, Judah (Ebreo, Leone). Dialoghi d’amore. Ed. Santino Caramella. Bari: Laterza e Figli, 1929.
  • –––. Dialoghi d’amore. Tradutione e introduzione ebraica di Menachem Dorman. Jerusalem: Bialik Institute, 1983.
  • –––. Dialogos de amor. Leao Hebreu. Traduzido por Giacinto Manuppella. Testo italiano e versao portuguesa, note e documenti. 2 vols. Lisboa: Instituto Nacional de Investigacao Cientifica, 1983.
  • –––. Dialogues d’amour. Trans. into French attributed to Pontus de Tyard. Edited by T. Anthony Perry, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1974.
  • –––. The Philosophy of Love. Trans. into English by F. Friedeberg-Seeley and Jean H. Barnes and introduction by Cecil Roth. London: Soncino Press, 1937.
  • –––. Dialogues of Love. Trans into English by Damian Bacich and Rossella Pescatori. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.

Secondary Literature

  • Altmann, Alexander. 1983. “‘Ars Rhetorica’ as Reflected in Some Jewish Figures of the Italian Renaissance.” Jewish Thought in the Sixteenth Century. Ed. Bernard Dov Cooperman, 1–22. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • Ariani, Marco. 1984. Imago fabulosa: mito e allegoria nei “Dialoghi D’Amore” di Leone Ebreo. Roma: Bulzoni. (Scholar)
  • Bonfil, Robert. 1984. “The Historian’s Perception of the Jews in the Italian Renaissance: Towards a Reappraisal.” Revue des etudes juives 143, pp. 59–82. (Scholar)
  • Burckhardt, Jacob. 1971. La Cultura del Renacimiento en Italia. Trad. de J. Ardal. Barcelona: Obras Maestras. (Scholar)
  • Damiens, Suzanne. 1971. Amour et intellect chez Leon I´Hébreu. Toulouse: Edouard Privat Editeur. (Scholar)
  • Davidson, Herbert. 1983. Medieval Jewish Philosophy in the Sixteenth Century.” Jewish Thought in the Sixteenth Century. Ed. Bernard Dov Cooperman, 106–144. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • Dorman, Menahem, and Zeev Levy, eds. 1985. The Philosophy of Leone Ebreo: Four Lectures (Hebrew). Haifa: HaKibbutz Hameuchad. (Scholar)
  • Feldman, Seymour. 2003. Philosophy in a Time of Crisis: Don Isaac Abravanel, Defender of the Faith. London: Routledge Curzon. (Scholar)
  • Garvin, Barbara. 2001. “The Language of Leone Ebreo’s Dialoghi d’amore.” Italia 13–15: 181–210. (Scholar)
  • Gershenzon, Shoshanna. 2000. “Myth and Scripture: the Dialoghi d’Amore of Leone Ebreo.” A Crown for a King: 125–145. (Scholar)
  • –––. 1992. “The circle metaphor on Leone Ebreo’s ‘Dialoghi d’amore’”. Daat 29: 5–17. (Scholar)
  • Guidi, Angela. 2011. Amour et Sagesse. Les Dialogues d’amour de Juda Abravanel dans la tradition salomonienne. Leiden: Brill. (Scholar)
  • Harari, David. 1988. “The Traces of the Missing Fourth Dialogue on Love by Judah Abravanel Known as Leone Ebreo” (Hebrew). Italia 7.1–2: 93–155. (Scholar)
  • Hughes, Aaron W. 2004. “Transforming the Maimonidean Imagination: Aesthetics in the Renaissance Thought of Judah Abravanel.” Harvard Theological Review 97.4: 461–484. (Scholar)
  • –––. 2006. “Epigone, Innovator, or Apologist: The Case of Judah Abravanel.” The Dynamics of Jewish Epigonism. Eds. Shlomo Berger and Irene Zweip, 109–125. Studia Rosenthalia. (Scholar)
  • –––. 2008. The Art of Dialogue in Medieval Jewish Philosophy, Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (Scholar)
  • –––. 2012. “Translation and the Invention of Renaissance Jewish Culture: The Case of Judah Messer Leon and Judah Abravanel,” The Hebrew Bible in Fifteenth-Century Spain: Exegesis, Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts, Jonathan Decter and Arturo Prats (eds.), Leiden: Brill, 245–266. (Scholar)
  • Idel, Moshe. 1983. “The Magic and Neoplatonic Interpretation of the Kabbalah.” Jewish Thought in the Sixteenth Century. Ed. Bernard Dov Cooperman, 186–242. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • –––. 1978. “The Sources of the Circle Images in the Dialoghi D’amore,” Iyyun 28: 156–166. (Scholar)
  • Ivry, Alfred. 1983. “Remnants of Jewish Averroism in the Renaissance,” Jewish Thought in the Sixteenth Century, Bernard Dov Cooperman (ed.), Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 243–265. (Scholar)
  • Kodera, Sergius. 1995. Filone und Sofia in Leone Ebreos Dialoghi d’amore: Platonische Liebesphilosophie der Renaissance und Judentum. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. (Scholar)
  • Kristeller, Paul O. 1985. “Jewish Contributions to Italian Renaissance Culture.” Italia 4.1: 7–20. (Scholar)
  • –––. 1966. Renaissance Philosophy and the Medieval Traditions. Pennsylvania: The Archabbey Press. (Scholar)
  • Lawee, Eric. 2001. Isaac Abarbanel’s Stance Toward Tradition: Defense, Dissent, and Dialogue. Albany: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
  • Lesley, Arthur M. 1992. “The Place of the Dialoghi d’Amore in Contemporaneous Jewish Thought.” Essential Papers on Jewish Culture in Renaissance and Baroque Italy, 170–188. Ed. David B. Ruderman. New York: New York University Press. (Scholar)
  • –––. 1993. “Proverbs, Figures and Riddles: The Dialogues of Love as a Hebrew Humanist Composition.” Midrashic Imagination: Jewish Exegesis, Thought, and History. Ed Michael Fishbane, 204–225. Albany: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
  • Levy, Ze´ev. 1993. “On the Concept of Beauty in the Philosophy of Yehudah Abrabanel.” New Horizons in Sephardic Studies, 37–44. Eds. Yehida K. Stillman and George K. Zuker. Albany: State University of New York Press.
  • Malard, Constance. 2020. Un Banquet aristotélicien: la renaissance de l’aristotélisme dans les Dialogues d’Amour de Léon l’Hébreu (env. 1465–1525) .Thèse de doctorat : Philosophie, textes et savoirs :Université Paris sciences et lettres. (Scholar)
  • Matula, Jozef. 2020. Leone Ebreo: Renesanc̆ný dialóg medzi láskou a múdrost'ou . Olomouc: Pr̆irozený svĕt. (Scholar)
  • Milburn, Alan Ray. 1937. “Leone Ebreo and the Renissance.” Isaac Abrabanel: Six Lectures, 131–156. Eds. J.B. Trend and H. Loewe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Perry, Anthony T. 1980. Erotic Spirituality: The Integrative Tradition From Leone Ebreo to John Donne. Alabama: University of Alabama Press. Pflaum, Heinz . Die Idee der Liebe: Leone Ebreo: Zwei Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Philosophie in der Renaissance. Tubingen: J.C.B.Mohr, 1926. (Scholar)
  • Pines, Shlomo. 1983. “Medieval Doctrines in Renaissance Garb: Some Jewish and Arabic Sources of Leone Ebreo‘s Doctrine.” Jewish Thought in the Sixteenth Century, 365–398. Ed. Bernard Dov Cooperman. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • Price, A. 1997. W. Love and Friendship in Plato and Aristotle. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • Ruderman, David B. 1983. The World of a Renaissance Jew: The Life and Thought of Abraham ben Mordechai Farissol. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press. (Scholar)
  • –––. 1988. “Italian Renaissance and Jewish Thought.” Renaissance Humanism: Foundations, Forms, and Legacy, vol.1, 382–433. Ed. Albert Rabil, Jr. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. (Scholar)
  • Sonne, Isaiah. 1934. Intorno alla vita di Leone Ebreo. Firenze: Civilta Moderna. (Scholar)
  • Tirosh-Rothschild, Hava. 1990. “Jewish Culture in Renaissance Italy: A Methodological Survey,” Italia 9.1–2: 63–96 . (Scholar)
  • –––. 1997. “Jewish Philosophy on the Eve of Modernity.” History of Jewish Philosophy, 499–573. Eds. Daniel H. Frank and Oliver Leaman . London and New York: Routledge. (Scholar)
  • Zimmels, Bernhard. 1886. Leo Hebraeus: Ein Judischer Philosoph der Renaissance: Sein Leben, Seine Werke und Seine Lehren. Breslau: Wilhem Koebner. (Scholar)
  • –––. 1892. Leone Hebreo, Neue Studien (Wien: n.p.). (Scholar)
  • Zonta, Giusseppe. 1967. Trattati d’amore del Cinquecento. Bari : G. Laterza. (Scholar)

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