Author: Moses Translator Hyamson
Publisher: Philipp Feldheim; 4th Printing edition (June 1978)
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Moses Hyamson (Translator). Bahya says in the introduction to Duties of the Heart that he wished to fill a great need in Jewish literature; he felt that neither the rabbis of the Talmud nor subsequent rabbis adequately brought all the ethical teachings of Judaism into a coherent system.
Moses Hyamson (Translator). Bahya felt that many Jews paid attention only to the outward observance of Jewish law, "the duties to be performed by the parts of the body" ("Hovot HaEvarim"), without regard to the inner ideas and sentiments that should be embodied in this way of life, "the duties of the heart" ("Hovot HaLev").
Moses Hyamson is the author of Mosaicarum Et Romanarum Legum Collatio. Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Moses Hyamson's books. Moses Hyamson’s Followers. None yet. Moses Hyamson. Moses Hyamson’s books. Mosaicarum Et Romanarum Legum Collatio. with Introduction, Facsimile and Transcription of the Berlin Codex, Translation, Notes Ad Appendices.
The Book of Direction to the Duties of the Heart. The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization.
Originally published in 5 volumes (1925-1947). Translation from Judah ibn Tibbon's Hebrew translation. The Book of Direction to the Duties of the Heart. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1973. Translation from the Arabic. Feldheim Publishers: Jerusalem - New York, 1996 (2-volume set). Translation based on Yehudah Ibn Tibbon's Hebrew translation, though with consultation of Kafih.
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He was renowned as a highly learned Hebrew scholar, author, translator, leader and erudite speaker.
He was renowned as a highly learned Hebrew scholar, author, translator, leader and erudite speaker. Rabbi Hyamson was born in Suvalk, Russia (now Poland); he emigrated to England in 1864. Rabbi Hyamson translated Duties of the Heart, Books I (and II posthumously) of Maimonides's Mishneh Torah, and "Collatio Mosaicarum et Romanarum Legum". He authored "The Oral Law" and numerous other writings on Jewish issues of the day.
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An English translation, Duties of the Heart (1925–47; reprinted 1962), was completed by Moses Hyamson. translated as Ḥovot ha-levavot ( Duties of the Heart, 1925–47)
An English translation, Duties of the Heart (1925–47; reprinted 1962), was completed by Moses Hyamson. translation by Ibn Tibbon. In Judah ben Saul ibn Tibbon. translated as Ḥovot ha-levavot ( Duties of the Heart, 1925–47). This work, which became a widely read classic of Jewish devotional literature, examines the ethics of a man’s acts and the intentions that give the acts meaning.