1946 Translated From The Arabic, With Introduction, Notes, And Appendix, Containing The History Of The Khazars Biographical Note On Judah Hallevi And Map Of The Khazar Kingdom The Leading Apologetic Work Written In Defense Of The Religious Teachings And Practices Of Judaism Contents Of Al Khazari Skeptical Reception Of The Rabbi Apologetical Character Of The Book Divine Attributes Laws Of Purity The Hebrew Language Refutation Of Karaism, Survey Of Rabbinic Attitudes Tetragrammaton And Names Of God Contents And Criticism Of The Book Of Creation Criticisms Of Speculative Theology Abstract Of Avicenna S Psychology Human Free Will Ethical And Social Codes Emigration To Palestine.
Yehuda Halevi was an 11th 12th century Andalusian Jewish physician, poet and philosopher He was born in Spain, either in Toledo or Tudela, in 1075 or 1086, and died in Jerusalem in 1141, at that time under Crusader rule Halevi is considered one of the greatest Hebrew poets, celebrated both for his religious and secular poems, many of which appear in present day liturgy His greatest philosophica
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- Kitāb al-ḥujja wa l-dalīl fī nuṣr al-dīn al-dhalīl [كتاب الحجة و الدليل في نصرة الدين الذليل]
- Yehuda HaLevi
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