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Documentation Style, Transliteration, And References

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This section presents a note on the documentation style, transliteration, and references of the book Renaissance Philosophy in Jewish Garb: Foundations and Challenges in Judaism on the Eve of Modernity. The documentation system follows in the main the Chicago Manual of Style. The transliteration of Hebrew words follows the Encyclopaedia Judaica (1972), while the transliteration of Greek words observes the common rules of classicists, with the exception of the tonic accents, which are not necessary for the reproduction of Greek letters. The book focuses on the foundations of Jewish philosophy, its nature as philosophical science and as wisdom.

Keywords: Jewish philosophy; Judaism; Renaissance Philosophy



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