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Harm-Jan van Dam
This first critical edition of Hugo Grotius’ most important work on church and state is based on manuscript evidence, and offers a completely new text, an extensive introduction, an English translation, a commentary, and an appendix of other relevant texts.
Steven P. Marrone
This book traces the rise of a formal model of science in thirteenth-century Europe and resultant changes in assumptions about Knowledge of God in the world, investigating scholastic antecedents to modern science and reconceptualizing medieval schools of thought.
Edited and translated by Edwin E. Calverley and James W. Pollock
In terms of the Science of Theological Statement [Kalam] Abd Allah Baydawi (d. 1316?) concisely outlines perceived Islamic reality - in its modes of the naturally Possible, the apodictically Divine, and the humanly heroic Prophetic - as the process of perfecting man's spiritual structure.
George van Driem
This handbook is a survey of Himalayan languages and language communities, providing hitherto unpublished data on several languages and outlining ethnolinguistically relevant historical and prehistorical developments. Grammatical features of Himalayan languages are discussed, and detailed ...
Volume I: The Pantheon of the Mantramahodadhi; Volume II: The Pantheons of the Prapañcasāra and the Śāradātilaka. With illustrations.
This volume in the series Documentary History of the Jews in Italy illustrates the history of the Jews in Sicily during the last decade of the fourteenth century and the first two of the fifteenth. It is the sequel to the first and second volumes on the history of the Jews in Sicily, and ...
Edited by Shalom M. Paul, Michael E. Stone and Avital Pinnick
These volumes contain most of the papers of the late Jonas C. Greenfield written in English, with source and lexeme indexes, and is intended for scholars and students of the Ancient Near East, Aramaic, Hebrew Bible, Dead Sea Scrolls, and Semitic philology. Greenfield published numerous articles ...
Stefan A. Riesenfeld, Walter J. Pakter
Ludwig Koehler, Walter Baumgartner and Johann Jakob Stamm. Translated and edited under the supervision of M.E.J. Richardson
The systematic and orderly presentation of the Halakhah, normative law, of Rabbinic Judaism in its formative age makes its principal statements in response to a program of social reconstruction; it speaks through the details of norms of law about the community, Israel. In the first part of the ...
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