- Arama, Isaac ben Moses (Isaac Arama)
- (1420-94)Spanish rabbi, philosopher and preacher. As rabbi of various Spanish communities, he delivered sermons on the principles of Judaism. He also engaged in public disputations with Christian scholars. After the Jews were expelled from Spain 1492, he settled in Naples. His Akedat Yitzhak is a philosophical commentary on the Pentateuch.
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ARAMA, ISAAC BEN MOSES — (c. 1420–1494), Spanish rabbi, philosopher, and preacher. As a young man Arama taught at Zamora and subsequently served the small communities of Tarragona and Fraga in Aragon. He was later appointed rabbi of Calatayud, where he wrote most of his… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Isaac ben Moses Arama — (c. 1420 ndash; 1494) was a Spanish rabbi and author. He was at first principal of a rabbinical academy at Zamora (probably his birthplace); then he received a call as rabbi and preacher from the community at Tarragona, and later from that of… … Wikipedia
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