Albo, Joseph

(fl. 15th cent)
   Spanish philosopher. He was a pupil of Hasdai Crescas and participated in the Disputation of Tortosa (1413-14). His Book of Dogmas reduces the Jewish faith to three central principles: God's existence, divine revelation, and reward and punishment.

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  • ALBO, JOSEPH — (15th century), Jewish philosopher in Christian Spain. Albo participated in the famous Jewish Christian disputation at tortosa and San Mateo (1413–14) as a representative of the Jewish community of Daroca and wrote a theological philosophical… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Albo, Joseph — ▪ Spanish philosopher born c. 1380, , Monreal?, Aragon [Spain] died c. 1444       Jewish philosopher and theologian of Spain who is noted for his classic work of Jewish dogmatics, Sefer ha ʿiqqarim (1485; “Book of Principles”).       Little is… …   Universalium

  • Joseph Albo — (Hebrew: יוסף אלבו) (c. 1380–1444) was a Jewish philosopher and rabbi who lived in Spain during the fifteenth century, known chiefly as the author of Sefer ha Ikkarim ( Book of Principles ), the classic work on the fundamentals of Judaism.Early… …   Wikipedia

  • Joseph Albo — fut un rabbin et théologien espagnol du XVe siècle, principalement connu pour avoir écrit le Sefer HaIkkarim, le Livre des Principes (de la foi juive). Il s agit d une œuvre de polémique, défendant le Judaïsme tant contre le Christianisme… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Joseph ben Hayyim Jabez — (also Yaavetz ) (15th century 16th century) was a Spanish Jewish theologian. He lived for a time in Portugal, where he associated with Joseph Hayyun, who inspired him with that taste for mysticism which he subsequently displayed in his writings.… …   Wikipedia

  • Joseph Albo — Josef Albo (* um 1380; † um 1444) war ein jüdischer Religionsphilosoph in Spanien. Sein Hauptwerk, sefer ha iqqarim („Grundsätze“), bildete den Versuch einer philosophischen Systematik der jüdischen Religion durch Zurückführung der 13… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Joseph Aurèle de Bossi — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bossi. Joseph Aurèle Charles de Bossi, né le 15 novembre 1758 à Turin et mort le 20 janvier 1824 à Paris, est un homme politique et poète français. Bossi étuda le droit sous le professeur… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Josef Albo — (* um 1380; † um 1444) war ein jüdischer Religionsphilosoph in Spanien. Sein Hauptwerk, sefer ha iqqarim („Grundsätze“), bildete den Versuch einer philosophischen Systematik der jüdischen Religion durch Zurückführung der 13 Glaubensartikel des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Akiba (Akiva), ben-Joseph — (c. 50–135)    Rabbi and patriot. Akiba came late to learning. Born into a very poor family, he had no education and worked as a shepherd. While tending the flocks of a rich Jerusalem Jew, Akiba married his master’s daughter Rachel, against the… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Dave Albo — David B. Albo Member of the Virginia House of Delegates from the 42nd district Incumbent Assumed office 1994[1] Preceded by Robert K. Cunnin …   Wikipedia

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