By Sara Klein-Braslavy
GersonidesRabbi Levi ben Gershom (Provence, 12881344)was a multifaceted philosopher. Endowed together with his unique and significant brain, he didn't settle for the authority of his predecessors yet investigated each topic for himself. His remarkable recognition to methodboth of inquiry and of writingstands out basically in his personal paintings and in his analyzing of definite biblical books. The 8 articles on Gersonides inspiration and approach amassed during this quantity deal with 4 major issues: Gersonides equipment of inquiry and composition; using introductions in his personal works and in biblical books; his procedure within the supercommentaries on Averroes; and his equipment of biblical exegesis.
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GersonidesRabbi Levi ben Gershom (Provence, 12881344)was a multifaceted philosopher. Endowed along with his unique and important brain, he didn't settle for the authority of his predecessors yet investigated each topic for himself. His remarkable cognizance to methodboth of inquiry and of writingstands out truly in his personal paintings and in his studying of convinced biblical books.
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2, p. 124 / 2:96. 1, p. 120 / 2:90. 1, p. 151 / 2:155. 60 Ibid. 29: “What we find in the Philosopher (= Aristotle) concerning the immortality of the soul does not clearly explain whether or not it is possible. Indeed, what he said (in De Anima and in the Metaphysics) is that it is proper that this matter be investigated, but we do not find that he ever did so” (p. 416 / 3:408). 3 (1070a24). On the former, see Averroes’s Middle Commentary on Aristotle’s De Anima in the Translation of Moses Ibn Tibbon, ed.
17) that there is providence over the species in the sublunar world. 71, namely, that the Kalam, unlike Aristotelian philosophy, does not proceed from postulates that “conform with what exists,”72 but constructs a physical theory to correspond to the beliefs it wishes to demonstrate. 73 69 This chapter is the foundation of Gersonides’ treatment of providence, which can be seen as a sort of rethinking of Maimonides’ position in the context of his own worldview. 1, p. 152 / 2:156. 71 Wars, Introduction, p.
93 See below for the proof of the argument that only these three are possible. 94 Wars, p. 447 / 3:478. 32 the opinions that produce the aporias whether providence in the sublunar world extends to particulars as well. Epicurus’ argument, despite being a logically possible answer to the question of providence, is not relevant in this context. ” As I have already noted, this group accepts the principle of Aristotelian philosophy; consequently their opinion can be part of Gersonides’ logical classification.
Without Any Doubt: Gersonides on Method and Knowledge by Sara Klein-Braslavy