Levi, Isaac

Levi, Isaac

(1930–  ) philosopher; born in New York City. After earning a doctorate from Columbia University (1957) and teaching at Case Western Reserve (1957–62, 1964–70) and City College of New York (1962–64), he became a professor at Columbia in 1970. His main interests were the philosophies of science and social science. His works include Gambling With Truth (1967).
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4 (1900): 708-17; Moises Orfali Levi, Isaac Aboab da Fonseca: Jewish Leadership in the New World (Brighton: Sussex Academic, forthcoming); and David Weitman, Bandeirantes espirituais do Brasil (Sao Paulo: Maayanot, 2003).
In addition to essays on Latin American and Eastern European Jewish writers, Stavans also includes a number of his columns from the Forward on the usual suspects of the American, European, and Israeli intelligentsia: Walter Benjamin, Harold Bloom, Lionel Trilling, Primo Levi, Isaac Babel, Franz Kafka, A.
Although this book is strongest in dealing with the English language, the warfare over Biblical texts, and the "trailblazer" translations of Levi, Isaac Delgado, Alexander and Levi Alexander, and others (p.