Albeit unusual, Ivry's reading is sound grammatically and supports his view of Maimonides's esoteric position, finding its strongest support in Gersonides
's (1288-1344) own understanding of Maimonides's statement in Guide 3.20 (Munk 1929: 348 11.
Hames; (24) Narboni (1300-1362) e a simbiose filosofica judeo-arabe, de Maurice-Ruben Hayoun; (25) Salvar sua alma ou salvar os fenomenos: soteriologia, epistemologia e astronomia em Gersonides
, de Gad Freudenthal; (26) Tensoes nas e entre as teorias de Maimonides e Gersonides
sobre a profecia, de Idit Dobbs-Weinstein; (27) Elementos cabalisticos no livro Luz do nome ('Or ha-Shem) de Rabi Hasdai Crescas, de Zev Harvey.
Similarly, Radak and Gersonides
explain that Elisha commanded that Gehazi refrain from talking in order not to unnecessarily delay the miracle.
While some scholars have downplayed Maimonides's negativity towards women, Levi Gersonides
's (1288-1344) misogyny is acknowledged as a fact.
Otros, en el siglo XIV, como Ockham o Buridan, en el mundo latino, o Gersonides
, en el mundo judio provenzal, niegan toda validez a las pruebas de la inmortalidad del alma.
Abenezra (Avraham Ibn Ezra, 1089-1167) was a Spanish rabbi, immortalized in Robert Browning's poem "Rabbi Ben Ezra." French rabbi and astronomer Levi ben Gershon, also called Gersonides
(1288-1344), was best known for inventing the Jacob's Staff, a tool used for centuries by sailing ships to navigate by the stars.
(58) In a similar way, and probably with more sincerity, Gersonides
determines that Maimonides erred in his assumption that the opinions of the speakers in the Book of Job corresponded to the views found in his own environment, although he insists that the breakdown of opinions in the Book of Job is logically determined.
; Provence, 1288-1344)--all contain dogmatic statements to the effect that Moses wrote the Torah word for word by God's mouth that are variations on the "eighth principle." (69)
"Without any doubt"; Gersonides
on method and knowledge.
The intelligible, according to a beautiful expression of Levi ben Gershon (Gersonides
), is neither a universal nor an individual included in a series, but rather a 'singularity insofar as it is whatever singularity.' In this conception, such-and-such ["l'esser-quale"] being is reclaimed from its having this or that property, which identifies it as belonging to this or that set, to this or that class (the reds, the French, the Muslims)--and it is reclaimed not for another class nor for the simple generic absence of any belonging, but for its beingsuch ["esser-tale"], for belonging itself" (1-2).