Joseph ben Abba Mari ben Joseph ben Jacob Caspi, was a Provençal exegete, grammarian, and philosopher, apparently influenced by Averroës. He was born at Largentière, whence his Hebrew surname "Caspi" (= made of silver). His Provençal name was Don Bonafous de Largentera, or in French En Bonafoux de L'Argentière.

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  • Joseph ibn Caspi ou Kaspi est un rabbin, philosophe, grammairien et exégète biblique provençal du XIV siècle (1279 – 1340).
  • Josef ben Abba Mari ibn Kaspi war ein jüdischer Gelehrter und insbesondere Bibelkommentator. Kaspi lebte und wirkte in Frankreich, Spanien, Ägypten und Nordafrika. Sein Denken war wesentlich beeinflusst von Abraham ibn Ezra, und seine Bibel-Auslegungen zeigen einen pragmatisch-lebensnahen Duktus und eine wissenschaftlich-nüchterne Behandlung aller Themen.
  • Joseph ben Abba Mari ben Joseph ben Jacob Caspi, was a Provençal exegete, grammarian, and philosopher, apparently influenced by Averroës. He was born at Largentière, whence his Hebrew surname "Caspi" (= made of silver). His Provençal name was Don Bonafous de Largentera, or in French En Bonafoux de L'Argentière. He traveled much, visiting Arles, Tarascon, Aragon, Catalonia, Majorca (where he must have foregathered with Judah Leon ben Moses Mosconi), and Egypt, where, as he says in his Tzawwa'ah, he hoped to be instructed by the members of Maimonides' family. This hope was not realized, as the descendants of Maimonides were more pious than learned. At one time Caspi intended to go to Fez, where many renowned schools existed; but he seems to have abandoned this project and to have settled at Tarascon. He underwent much suffering at the time of the Pastoureaux persecution, and was threatened with punishment if he did not renounce his faith. He held the position that knowledge of the future, even by the prophets and by God, was probabilistic knowledge only.
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  • Joseph ibn Caspi ou Kaspi est un rabbin, philosophe, grammairien et exégète biblique provençal du XIV siècle (1279 – 1340).
  • Josef ben Abba Mari ibn Kaspi war ein jüdischer Gelehrter und insbesondere Bibelkommentator. Kaspi lebte und wirkte in Frankreich, Spanien, Ägypten und Nordafrika. Sein Denken war wesentlich beeinflusst von Abraham ibn Ezra, und seine Bibel-Auslegungen zeigen einen pragmatisch-lebensnahen Duktus und eine wissenschaftlich-nüchterne Behandlung aller Themen.
  • Joseph ben Abba Mari ben Joseph ben Jacob Caspi, was a Provençal exegete, grammarian, and philosopher, apparently influenced by Averroës. He was born at Largentière, whence his Hebrew surname "Caspi" (= made of silver). His Provençal name was Don Bonafous de Largentera, or in French En Bonafoux de L'Argentière.
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