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The Kabbalah ;or, The Religious Philosophy of the Hebrews

by Adolphe Franck

translated by I. Sossnitz

This is a scholarly study of the origin and evolution of the Kabbalah. Originally published in French in 1843, with a second French edition in 1889, this book traces the origins of the philosophical concepts of the Kabbalah to the ancient Zoroastrians. Franck goes into fascin
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Kindle Edition, 389 pages
Published February 20th 2012
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Jun 07, 2016 Keith rated it did not like it
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The Hebrew of this Kindle edition has been rendered entirely incomprehensible, apparently due to bad OCR. It is therefore one step above useless.
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Destined for the rabbinate, at the age of fourteen he was committed to the care of Marchand Ennery; at the same time he obtained a secular education. Failing to win a rabbinical scholarship, he dallied awhile with medicine, and at length turned to philosophy, in which he found his proper field. In 1832 Franck became "agrégé" of philosophy, taking the first position on the list. He then taught ...more
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