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The Improvement of the Moral Qualities; An Ethical Treatise of the Eleventh Century by Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Printed from an Unique Arabic Manuscript, Together with a Translation and an Essay on the Place of Gabirol in the History of the Development of Jewish Ethics

By Ibn Gabirol

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Title: The Improvement of the Moral Qualities; An Ethical Treatise of the Eleventh Century by Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Printed from an Unique Arabic Manuscript, Together with a Translation and an Essay on the Place of Gabirol in the History of the Development of Jewish Ethics  
Author: Ibn Gabirol
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Language: English
Subject: Jewish ethics, Judaism, Ethics
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1901
Publisher: New York; Columbia University Press; Macmillan Publishers Ltd., Agents

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11Th Cent, I. G., & Samuel, 1872-194, W. S. (1901). The Improvement of the Moral Qualities; An Ethical Treatise of the Eleventh Century by Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Printed from an Unique Arabic Manuscript, Together with a Translation and an Essay on the Place of Gabirol in the History of the Development of Jewish Ethics. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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