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Science, Philosophy, and Literature
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Science, Philosophy, and Literature

  Overview Overview- Science, Philosophy, and Literature Secondary sources Beecher, Donald. “Leone De’ Sommi and Jewish Theatre in Renaissance Mantua.” Renaissance and Reformation 17, no. 2 (1993)- 5-19. Ruderman, David B. “Contemporary Science and Jewish Law in the Eyes of Isaac Lampronti of Ferrara and Some of His Contemporaries.” In The Frank Talmage Memorial Volume, […]

Almanac Perpetuum, Abraham Zacuto, (Leiria:) Samuel Dortas, 1496, Z-14, Fols. 67v-68r.
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Almanac Perpetuum, Abraham Zacuto, (Leiria:) Samuel Dortas, 1496, Z-14, Fols. 67v-68r.

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Overview: Science, Philosophy, and Literature
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Overview: Science, Philosophy, and Literature

For the most part, early modern Jews had limited access to the great ferment in science, thought, and letters in European life in this period. As it was for the rest of the European world as well, access was in any case limited to a small elite of men (and a few women). But the […]