6. Jewish philosophy in the Middle Ages
Jewish philosophy is also developing in parallel with the Christian and Islamic, and here are the starting points of Platonism and Aristotelianism.
In its development was influenced by the mystical elements of Jewish teachings, which were held in a very unclear, confusing, full of allusions texts.
The greatest thinker of this trend was Ibn Gebirol (mid XI century.), Which was considered an Arab scholasticism and called Avitsebronnom. His teaching - the emanation theory - was one of the most consistent in the Middle Ages.
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