Influence of Arabic and Islamic Philosophy on Judaic Thought

[Revised entry by Mauro Zonta on May 6, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The 'influence' of Arabic and Islamic philosophy on Judaic thought has never been studied as a whole: as a matter
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[Revised entry by Mauro Zonta on May 6, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The 'influence' of Arabic and Islamic philosophy on Judaic thought has never been studied as a whole: as a matter of fact, in recent times it has not yet been the object of a comprehensive and detailed analysis, apart from that made in a general article (Zonta 1997a; see also a wide table and a short sketch of the Arabic-to-Hebrew philosophical works: Zonta 2011b and 2011c). That article concentrated on some particular subjects of this 'influence', i.e. on the quotations, translations and...

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