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JUDAH HALEVI

  • 1 Judah Halevi

    יהודה הלוי (בערך 1075-1141), משורר פילוסוף ורופא יהודי ספרדי, מחבר ה"ספר הכוזרי" ו"שיר תהילה לציון"
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    "ןויצל הליהת ריש"ו "ירזוכה רפס"ה רבחמ,ידרפס ידוהי אפורו ףוסוליפ ררושמ,(1411-5701 ךרעב) יולה הדוהי

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  • JUDAH HALEVI — (before 1075–1141), Hebrew poet, philosopher, and physician. Halevi was one of the most distinguished and emblematic medieval intellectuals, perhaps the most mature and representative model of Jewish culture in al Andalus; he was deeply involved… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Judah Halevi — (Yehuda Halevy) (ca. 1071–ca. 1141)    Judah Halevi was probably the most celebrated Hebrew poet of the Middle Ages. He was also a philosopher and theologian famous for his Book of the Kuzari in Arabic prose. A Spanish Jew by birth, Halevi… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • Judah Halevi — (c1075 1141) Jewish Spanish poet philosopher and physician, author of the Book of the Khazar and Ode to Zion …   English contemporary dictionary

  • JUDAH LOEW (Liwa, Loeb) BEN BEZALEL — (known as Der Hohe Rabbi Loew and MaHaRaL mi Prag; c. 1525–1609), rabbi, talmudist, moralist, and mathematician. Judah Loew was the scion of a noble family which hailed from Worms. His father, Bezalel b. Ḥayyim, was the brother in law of R. Isaac …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Judah ha-Levi — /hah lee vuy, lay vee/, (Judah ben Samuel Halevi) 1085 1140, Spanish rabbi, physician, poet, and philosopher. Also, Judah Halevi. * * * ▪ Hebrew poet Introduction Hebrew in full  Yehuda Ben Shemuel ha Levi  born c. 1075, Tudela, Kingdom of… …   Universalium

  • Judah ha-Levi — Jehuda Halevi (* um 1075 in Tudela; gest. 1141) war ein spanisch jüdischer Philosoph und der bedeutendste sephardische Dichter des Mittelalters. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 1.1 In Spanien 1.2 Reise ins Heilige Land 2 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Halevi, Judah — (c. 1075–c. 1141)    Spanish Hebrew poet. Judah Halevi was born in Toledo (or perhaps Tudela) in Spain, into a wealthy and influential family, members of the circle of gifted Jews who were employed by the caliph and his court and rose to… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Halevi, Judah — (c. 1075–1141)    The greatest of Islamic Spain’s Hebrew poets, Judah Halevi was also arguably the most important critic of Aristotelian Neoplatonic philosophy in the Jewish intellectual tradition. Like al Ghazali, his traditionalism was informed …   Islamic philosophy dictionary

  • Judah ha-Levi — /hah lee vuy, lay vee/, (Judah ben Samuel Halevi) 1085 1140, Spanish rabbi, physician, poet, and philosopher. Also, Judah Halevi …   Useful english dictionary

  • Judah Hurwitz — (Yehuda ben Mordechai HaLevi Hurwitz or Horowitz) (1734 1797) (Hebrew: יהודא בן מרדכי הלוי הורוויץ) was a Jewish physician and author living in Amsterdam, Netherlands in the 18th century. Born in Vilnius, Lithuania, he was the son of Mordechai… …   Wikipedia

  • Judah — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Judah imagesize= caption= pronunciation= gender = meaning = region = origin = related names = footnotes = Judah (Hebrew: יְהוּדָה, Standard Hebrew: Yəhuda ; Tiberian vocalization:unicode|Yəhûḏāh, Celebrated,… …   Wikipedia

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