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Popkin, Richard H.:

In: Spinoza's Earliest Publication? : The Hebrew Translation of Margaret Fell's 'A Loving Salutation to the Seed of Abraham among the Jews, wherever they are scattered up and down upon the Face of the Earth'  / ed. with an introd. and prefatory material by Richard H. Popkin and Michael A. Signer. - Assen [e.a.] : Van Gorcum, 1987: 1-15. - (Philosophia Spinozae Perennis ; 7)

Literature type: Articles
Language: English
Thematic areas: Contemporaries and context, Spinoza and Judaism / Jewish philosophy
Subject: TTP

Reviews: Kaplan, Y. (1988)

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English commentary: Popkin argues, with source material, that Spinoza was that "Jew at Amsterdam that by the Jews is Casted out" who translated Margret Fell's tract into Hebrew.

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