T. M. Rudavsky presents a new account of the development of Jewish
philosophy from the tenth century to Spinoza in the seventeenth,
viewed as part of an ongoing dialogue with medieval Christian and
Islamic thought. Her aim is to provide a broad historical survey of
major figures and schools within the medieval Jewish tradition,
focusing on the tensions between Judaism and rational thought. This
is reflected in particular philosophical controversies across a
wide range of issues in metaphysics, language, cosmology, and
philosophical theology. The book illuminates our understanding of
medieval thought by offering a much richer view of the Jewish
philosophical tradition, informed by the considerable recent
research that has been done in this area.
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