Pardes Rimonim - Orchard of Pomegranates - Tome 4 of 12
Pardes Rimonim - Orchard of Pomegranates - Tome 4 of 12

Pardes Rimonim - Orchard of Pomegranates - Tome 4 of 12

Cordovero, Moshe

Editorial:
David Smith, LLC
ISBN:
978-1-988631-18-9
Pardes Rimonim is a classic work of authentic Kabbalah penned by the preeminent scholar, Rabbi Moshe Cordovero (Ramak). A powerful intellect, fertile writer, and gigantic figure in... Más información
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Editorial:
David Smith, LLC
Encuadernación:
Cartoné
Idioma de publicación :
Inglés
ISBN:
978-1-988631-18-9
EAN:
9781988631189
Dimensiones:
2290 x 1520 mm.
Peso:
498 gramos
Nº páginas:
222
Fecha publicación :
01-10-2016
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    Pardes Rimonim is a classic work of authentic Kabbalah penned by the preeminent scholar, Rabbi Moshe Cordovero (Ramak). A powerful intellect, fertile writer, and gigantic figure in Kabbalah, Ramak (circa 1520-1570) distinguished himself first in Talmudic studies while under the tutelage of Rabbi Yosef Caro. However, he began his Kabbalah studies at age 20 with Rabbi Shlomo Alkabetz, who was both his brother-in-law and composer of Lecha Dodi. In the Pardes, Ramak also displays a marked philosophical influence by the Rambam (Rabbi Moshe Ben Maimon, i.e. Maimonides). Indeed, Ramak's encyclopedic work in Kabbalah heralded the renaissance of kabbalistic genius that emerged after him in Safed. A comprehensive work collecting the kabbalistic learning of that time, the original Hebrew version of the Pardes was a single volume composed of 32 parts and was written in both Hebrew and Aramaic.

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