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The Writings of R. Yitzhak ben Ya?akov haCohen and R. Moshe (Zinfa) of Burgos

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9781933379807
328 pages
Cherub Press
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Full critical editions for the entire known corpus of these two kabbalists, active by the second half of the thirteenth century, are represented here. These authors are the main known kabbalists whose interest in the doctrine of evil fills almost all of their interest in Kabbalah, and are the sole speakers on this issue in their time, except for R. Todros Abulafia, before the composition of evil sections in the Zohar. These editions complete the work of Gershom Scholem in the late 20's and early 30's of the previous century in collecting and printing their writings, through a comprehensive collection of Hebrew manuscripts, some were not available to him. Thus, a few new or undiscussed treatises from these two authors is presented. Aside the writings that has their clear authorship, this volume presents appendixes to their writings, who reveal similar writing tendencies and very close affinities to their original works, thus they too should be regarded as their own. The historical and textual prefaces to these writings are to be found in the next volume that discusses the riddle of the Tay?a. Uninsured shipments are sent at customer's risk. Other forms and pricing is available for insured shipping. Please do not use an Institute or university address as many packages are lost and regular shipping is not insured. Before ordering, please note the language of the book as described below in each entry as all sales are final. Prepayment Required. Payment must be made in US dollars by Credit Card of Check with Computer readable routing numbers drawn on a US bank. All sales are final and subject to the policy, terms and conditions set out by Bookmasters for Cherub Press. Shipments are not insured unless requested. Cherub Press is not responsible for any losses occurring in transit whether by postal services, or private carriers. Shipments are sent at customer's risk. All claims for damaged books must be reported to Bookmasters within 5 days of receipt of shipment at 1-800-247-6553. Customer must retain all original packaging. Other claims are not considered if made more than 60 days from date of order. ???? ?? ???????? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ????? ???? ?????? ????? ?? ????? ?????? ?? ??? ???? ?????? ?? ????. ????? ?? ????? ????? ?? ???? (???? ?? ??????????) ???? ????? ??????? ?????? ???? ?? ???????? ????? ?? ?? ?????. ???? ????? ?????? ????? ?????? ???. ??? ?????? ????? ?? ??????? ?? ???????.
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