The Wars of the Lord - Vol. 3

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LEVI BEN GERSHOM (GERSONIDES)


THE WARS OF THE LORD
BOOK FIVE THE HEAVENLY BODIES AND THEIR MOVERS; THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONGST THESE MOVERS, AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THEM AND GOD.
BOOK SIX CREATION OF THE UNIVERSE.

VOLUME THREE

Translated with notes by SEYMOUR FELDMAN

Appendix by Tzvi Langermann

THE JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY

Philadelphia

THE JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA

New York - Jerusalem

1999 / 5759

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • Introduction To Volume Three 3
  • Synopsis Of Book Five 5
  • Part 2 26
  • Chapter II 36
  • Chapter III 39
  • Chapter IV 43
  • Chapter V 48
  • Chapter VI 50
  • Chapter VII 56
  • Chapter VIII 61
  • Chapter IX 63
  • Book Five 79
  • Chapter II 85
  • Chapter III 95
  • Chapter IV 123
  • Chapter V 137
  • Chapter VI 138
  • Chapter VII 153
  • Chapter VIII 156
  • Chapter IX 164
  • Chapter X 166
  • Chapter XI 168
  • Chapter XII 172
  • Chapter XIII 185
  • Chapter XIV 192
  • Synopsis of Book VI 193
  • Book Six 213
  • Chapter I 217
  • Chapter II 219
  • Chapter III 220
  • Chapter IV 231
  • Chapter V 236
  • Chapter VI 239
  • Chapter VII 243
  • Chapter VIII 252
  • Chapter IX 258
  • Chapter X 270
  • Chapter XI 279
  • Chapter XII 299
  • Chapter XIII 303
  • Chapter XIV 309
  • Chapter XV 314
  • Chapter XVI 318
  • Chapter XVII 322
  • Chapter XIX 345
  • Chapter XX 351
  • Chapter XXI 358
  • Chapter XXII 365
  • Chapter XXIII 366
  • Chapter XXIV 368
  • Chapter XXV 381
  • Chapter XXVII 384
  • Chapter XXVIII 406
  • Chapter XXIX 408
  • Colophon 410
  • Synopsis of Book VI 411
  • Part 2 426
  • Chapter II 430
  • Chapter III 432
  • Chapter IV 433
  • Chapter V 436
  • Chapter VI 440
  • Chapter VII 441
  • Chapter VIII 446
  • Chapter IX 470
  • Chapter X 474
  • Chapter XI 487
  • Chapter XII 489
  • Chapter XIII 498
  • Chapter XIV 503
  • Appendix - Gersonides on Astrology Tzvi Langermann 506
  • Bibliography 520
  • Critical Apparatus - Bood V Part 2 533
  • Index of Names 569
  • Index of Subjects and Terms 574
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