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Édité par Hagit AMIRAV, Hans-Martin KIRN

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Theodor Buchmann, better known as Theodore Bibliander (1505-64), held the chair of Old Testament at the theological school in Zurich as the immediate successor to Huldrych Zwingli. A Hebraist and Orientalist who edited a Latin translation of the Qur'an, Bibliander professed a well-articulated universalist theology based on and around the knowledge of languages in general, and of Oriental languages in particular. In his treatise De ratione omnium linguarum et literarum commentarius (Zurich, 1548), Bibliander sought to promote the contemporary notions of harmonia linguarum and concordia mundi, as well as the study of Hebrew, as an essential means to achieving a universal salvation. The present volume is an annotated translation of this work.


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De ratione communi omnium linguarum et literarum commentarius

De ratione communi omnium linguarum et literarum commentarius

Theodor Buchmann, better known as Theodore Bibliander (1505-64), held the chair of Old Testament at the theological school in Zurich as the immediate successor to Huldrych Zwingli...

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Titre De ratione communi omnium linguarum et literarum commentarius
Édition Première édition
Volume 475
Auteur Theodor BIBLIANDER
Édité par Hagit AMIRAV, Hans-Martin KIRN
ISSN 0082-6081
Langue Anglais
Éditeur Librairie Droz
Date de première publication du titre 31/03/2011
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ISBN-13 978-2-600-01490-8
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600014908
Référence 3-475
Date de publication du format 31/03/2011
Nb de pages 752
Format 17.5 x 25 cm
Poids 1550 gr
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