Avicebron

Avicebron:

see Ibn Gabirol, Solomon ben JudahIbn Gabirol, Solomon ben Judah
, c.1021–1058, Jewish poet and philosopher, known also as Avicebron, b. Malaga. His secular poetry deals partly with nature and love, but most of it reveals a gloom and bitterness engendered by his tragic life.
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The final chapter of the book is devoted to Jewish philosophy, notably that of Avicebron (Solomon ibn Gabirol) and Moses Maimonides.
His topics include the commentaries on the works of Aristotle, Gnosticism and Neoplatonism: philosophy in the first centuries and Gnosis, the commentaries on two treatises of Boethius, the metaphysics of the Liber de causis, Saint John Damascene and Saint Anselm of Canerbury, Islamic philosophy: Avicenna and Averroes, and Jewish philosophy: Avicebron and Maimonides.
La presencia de Avicena y Averroes como representantes de la filosofia arabe ocupa dos capitulos, y otro capitulo atestigua el interes de santo Tomas por los filosofos judios Avicebron y Maimonides.
Moreover, for centuries after his death, Avicebron (as he was known in Latin) had a profound influence on Christian thinkers, including St.
Tampoco se comprende a Santo Tomas si se ignora que el marco cultural cristiano del momento era un agustinismo tenido por Avicena y Avicebron. Me parece paradigmatico el articulo de Gilson, publicado en 1926, titulado Pourquoi saint Thomas a critique saint Augustin?
Esta orientacion esta enraizada en el agustinismo, que en adelante habra de sistematizarse en conjuncion con el aporte de Avicebron. En la orden de los Predicadores, como es sabido, esa tradicion de agustinismo comun se orientara en cambio hacia la vision naturalista aristotelica, compendiada en la 'Fisica' y la 'Metafisica', en un esfuerzo por ubicarla al servicio de la doctrina sagrada.
The names of Averroes (of Cordoba), Ibn Tufayl (of Seville) and the Jews Maimonides and Avicebron will always counted amongst the greatest in the history of philosophy in the Middle Ages.
Santo Tomas, Suma teologica, I, 81,1), la materia spiritualis de Avicebron (cfr.