Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Joseph Kaspi" by Hannah Kasher and Moshe Kahan

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Kaspi’s works

  • Adnei Kesef or Sefer ha-Mashal, Commentary on the Prophetic books, ed. I. H. Last, pt. I, London 1911; pt. II, London 1912. The text is also being published anew in Mikra’ot Gedolot ‘Haketer’, ed. Menachem Hacohen, Jerusalem 1992 ff.
  • Amudei Kesef, Exoteric commentary on The Guide of the perplexed, in: Amudei Kesef u-Maskiyot Kesef, ed. S. A. Werbloner, Frankfurt a/M 1848.
  • Commentaries on the book of Job (two versions), in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. I, Presburg 1903.
  • Commentaries on the book of Proverbs (two versions), in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. I, Presburg 1903.
  • Commentary on Ibn Janach’s Sefer ha-Rikmah, lost. (Scholar)
  • Commentary on Maimonides’ Milot ha-Higayon, Ms. Vatican 429. An annotated edition is under preparation by Hannah Kasher and Charles H. Manekin. (Scholar)
  • Commentary on the Song of Songs, in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. I, Presburg 1903.
  • Gelilei Kesef, Commentary on the book of Esther, in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. II, Presburg 1903.
  • Gevia‘ ha-Kesef, Treatise on esoteric topics in the book of Genesis, with English translation, ed. B. E. Herring, New York 1982. (Scholar)
  • Chagorat Kesef, Commentary on the books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Chronicles, in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. II, Presburg 1903.
  • Chatsotserot Kesef, Commentary on the book of Ecclesiastes, in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. I, Presburg 1903.
  • Kapot Kesef, Commentaries on the books of Ruth and Lamentations, in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. II, Presburg 1903.
  • Ke‘arot Kesef, Commentary on the book of Daniel, lost. (Scholar)
  • Kesef Sigim, 110 questions on the Bible, lost.
  • Kevutsat Kesef (two versions): Version A, in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. I, Presburg 1903; Version B, in E. Renan, Les écrivains juifs français du XIVe siècle, Paris 1983, pp. 131–201. (Scholar)
  • Kipurei Kesef, Critique of earlier Bible commentaries, lost.
  • Maskiyot Kesef, Esoteric commentary on The Guide of the Perplexed, in: Amudei Kesef u-Maskiyot Kesef, ed. S. A. Werbloner, Frankfurt a/M 1848.
  • Menorat Kesef, in: Asarah Kelei Kesef, ed. I. H. Last, vol. II, Presburg 1903.
  • Mazmerot Kesef, Commentary on the book of Psalms, lost.
  • Matsref la-Kesef, Systematic commentary on the Torah, ed. I. H. Last, Krakow 1906.
  • Mitot Kesef, Treatise on the intentions of the Bible, lost.
  • Mizrak la-Kesef, Treatise on Creation, lost.
  • Parashat Kesef, Supercommentary on Ibn Ezra, unpublished, Ms. Vatican 151. (Scholar)
  • Retukot Kesef, Principles of linguistics, Ms. Rome-Angelica 60.
  • Sharshot Kesef, Dictionary of Hebrew roots, Ms. Rome-Angelica. Part published by I. H. Last, JQR 1907, pp. 651–687.
  • Shulchan Kesef, Five exegetical and theological essays, ed. H. Kasher, Jerusalem 1996.
  • Tam ha-Kesef, Eight theological essays, ed. I. H. Last, London 1913.
  • Terumat Kesef, Brief treatise on ethics and politics, Ms. Wien 161. Part published by E. Z. Berman, The Hebrew Versions of the Fourth Book of Averro‘s’ Middle Commentary on the Nicomedean Ethics, Jerusalem 1981 (Hebrew).
  • Tirat Kesef or Sefer ha-Sod, Brief commentary on the Torah, ed. I. H. Last, Presburg 1905.
  • Yoreh De‘ah, Ethical treatise, with English translation, in: I. Abrahams (ed.), Hebrew Ethical wills, Philadelphia 1926, vol. I, pp. 127–161.
  • Tseror ha-Kesef, Brief treatise on logic, unpublished, Ms. Vatican 183. Part published by S. Rosenberg in Iyun 32 (1984), pp. 275–295. (Scholar)

Secondary Sources

  • Aslanov, C., 2000, “De la lexicographie hébraïque à la sémantique générale; la pensée sémantique de Caspi d’après le ‘Sefer Sarsot ha-Kesef’”, Helmantica 154, pp. 75–120. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2002, “How much Arabic did Joseph Kaspi know?”, Aleph 2, pp. 259–269. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2002, “L’ aristotélisme medieval au service du commentaire littéral; de cas de Joseph Caspi”, Revue des Etudies juives 161, pp. 123–137.
  • –––, “Yosef Caspi entre Provenza y Sefarad”. Hispania Judaica Bulletin 6, pp. 33–42. (Scholar)
  • Bacher, W., 1912, “Ioseph Ibn Kaspi als Bibelerklarer”, Festschrift zu Herman Cohens siebzigsten geburstag, Berlin: Cassirer, pp. 119–135. (Scholar)
  • Ben-Shalom, R., 2010, “An (Unwritten) Diary of Joseph Ibn Kaspi’s Journey to the East: Images and Orientalism” (Heb.), in: Pe’amim 124, pp. 7–51. (Scholar)
  • Dimant, I., 1979, Exegesis, Philosophy and Language in the Writing of Joseph Ibn Caspi, Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, (Dissertation: University of California/Los Angeles). (Scholar)
  • Efros I., 1938, Maimonides’ Treatise on Logic,PAAJR, 8. (Scholar)
  • Eisen, R., 2001, “Joseph Ibn Kaspi on the secret meaning of the Scroll of Esther”, Revue des Etudies juives 160, pp. 379–408. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2006, “Joseph ibn Kaspi on the Book of Job”. Jewish Studies Quarterly, 13, pp. 50–86. (Scholar)
  • Finkelscherer, B., 1930, Die Sprachwissenschaft des joseph Ibn Kaspi, Göttingen: Dieterichsche UniversitCäts-Buchdruckerei. (Scholar)
  • Goetschel, R., 1996, “Le Sacrifice d’Isaak dans le ‘Gebia Kesef’ de Joseph Ibn Kaspi”, Pardes 22, pp. 69–82. (Scholar)
  • Grossman, A., 2006, “A social Controversy in Biblical Commentaries of R. Joseph Ibn Caspi” (Heb.), Hazan E. and Yahalom J. (Ed.), Studies in Hebrew Poetry and Jewish Heritage, Ramat Gan, pp. 103–124. (Scholar)
  • Grossman, A., 2003, “Contempt for Women on Philosophical Grounds: Joseph Ibn Kaspi” (Heb.) Zion LXVIII, pp. 41–67. (Scholar)
  • Herring, B., 1982, “Joseph ibn Kaspi’s Gevia Kesef”, New York: Ktav. (Scholar)
  • Kahan M. 2013, “Sharshot Kesef: Ibn Kaspi’s Hebrew Dictionary” (Heb.), Lešonenu LXXV, pp. 251–265. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2013, “Dictionarial Innovations in Joseph ibn Kaspi’s ‘Sharshot Kesef’ Dictionary”. Mehkarim BeLashon 14–15. pp. 133–162. (Hebrew) (Scholar)
  • –––, 2014, “The Precedence of Logic Over Grammar in Joseph ibn Kaspi’s Thought”. Da’at 77. pp. 81–93. (Hebrew) (Scholar)
  • –––, 2015, “Synonymy in Joseph ibn Kaspi’s Dictionary ‘Sharshot Kesef’”. Balshanut Ivrit 69. pp. 87–105. (Hebrew) (Scholar)
  • –––, 2015, “Homonymy and Polysemy in Medieval Lexicography—between Radak’s Sefer HaShorashim and Jonah Ibn Janāḥ’s Kitāb Al-Uṣūl”. Leshonenu 77. pp. 223–240. (Hebrew) (Scholar)
  • –––, 2016, “Joseph ibn Kaspi—New Biographical Data”. Pe’amim 145 (2016), pp. 143–166. (Hebrew) (Scholar)
  • –––, 2016, “Joseph Kaspi—from Arles to Majorca”. Iberia Judaica VIII. pp. 181–192. (Scholar)
  • –––, forthcoming, “Logic versus Grammar: Al-Farabi in 14th Century Provence”. Pe’amim. (Hebrew, accepted for publication) (Scholar)
  • Kasher, H., 1988, “Joseph Ibn Kaspi’s Aristotelian Interpretation, and Fundamentalist Interpretation of the book of Job” (Hebrew), Daat 20, pp. 117–126. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1981, “Linguistic Solutions to Theological Problems in the Works of Josepf Ibn Kaspi”, in M. Hallamish and A. Kasher (ed.), Religion and Language, Tel Aviv: University Publising Projects, pp. 91–96. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2002, “On the Book of Esther as an allegory in the works of Joseph Ibn Kaspi, A Response to R. Eisen”, Revue des Etudies juives 161, pp. 459–464. (Scholar)
  • ––– (ed.), 1996, Shulchan Kesef, Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute, Introduction, pp. 11–53 (Hebrew). (Scholar)
  • Kasher H. and Manekin C., 2009–2010, “The Commentary of Joseph ibn Kaspi to the Logical Terms of Maimonides” (Heb.), Tarbiz LXXVIII, pp. 203–230. (Scholar)
  • Manekin, C. 2008, “Ambiguities of scriptural exegesis: Joseph Ibn Kaspi on God’s foreknowledge”, Philosophers and the Jewish Bible, pp. 97–111 (Scholar)
  • Mesch, B., 1982, “Principles of Judaism in Maimonides and Joseph Ibn Kaspi”, in Mystics, Philosophers, and Politicians, Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 85–98. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1975, Studies in Joseph Ibn Caspi, Leiden: Brill. (Scholar)
  • Pines, S., 1963, “The Resurrection of the Jewish State according to Ibn Caspi and Spinoza”, Iyyun 14, pp. 289–317 (Heb.). (Scholar)
  • Renan, E., 1893, Les écrivains juifs français des XIV siècle, Paris: Imprimerie nationale, pp. 131–201. (Scholar)
  • Rosenberg, S., 1981, “Logic, Language and Exegesis of the Bible in the Works of Joseph Ibn Kaspi”, in M. Hallamish and A. Kasher (ed.), Religion and Language, Tel Aviv: University Publising Projects, pp. 104–113. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1983, “Joseph Ibn Kaspi: Sepher Ha-Hata’a (Sophhistical Refutation)”, Iyyun 32, pp. 275–295 (Hebrew). (Scholar)
  • Sackson A., 2017, Joseph Ibn Kaspi: Portrait of a Hebrew Philosopher in Medieval Provence, Brill. (Scholar)
  • Stroudze, H., 1962, “Les deux commentaires d’ibn Kaspi sur les Proverbs”, Revue des Etudies juives 52, pp. 71–76. (Scholar)
  • Twersky, I., 1979, “Joseph Ibn Kaspi – Portrait of a medieval Jewish Intellectual”, in. I. Twersky (ed.), Studies in Medieval Jewish History and Literature, Cambridge, MA: Isadore, pp. 231–257. (Scholar)

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