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"Nefesh HaTzimtzum provides the single most comprehensive and accessible presentation of the teachings and worldview of the Vilna Gaon's primary student, Rabbi Chaim Volozhin. It is focused on Rabbi Chaim's magnum opus, Nefesh HaChaim, a work that has lain in almost total obscurity for nearly two centuries due to its deep Kabbalistic subject matter. Nefesh HaTzimtzum opens up the real depth of the ideas presented in Nefesh HaChaim together with all of Rabbi Chaim's related writings, making them accessible to the public for the first time in any language. In addition to the complete English translation, Nefesh HaTzimtzum includes the full facing page Hebrew text of Nefesh HaChaim and many other writings by Rabbi Chaim, along with in-depth explanations, an informative historical overview, an easily consumable innovative presentation layout and a full index... This volume contains the complete Hebrew text of Nefesh HaChaim which is brought to life by an illuminating translation and incisive commentary. It additionally provides extensive translated source material necessary to properly understand the basic text. The text is further complemented by an informative introduction which includes a historical overview"-- Provided by publisher.

כותר Nefesh HaTzimtzum = נפש הצמצום : Rabbi Chaim Volozhin's Nefesh Hachaim / with translation and commentary by Avinoam Fraenkel.
כותרים נוספים נפש הצמצום
מהדורה First edition.
מקום קשור Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
מחברים/ יוצרים נוספים Fraenkel, Avinoam (translator writer of added commentary)
מוציא לאור Jerusalem : Urim Publications
שנה 2015
הערות Includes bibliographical references.
Hebrew text with English translation
commentary and supplementary material in English only.
תיאור 2 volumes
25 cm.
שפה אנגלית
מספר מדף/סרט/תיק 1718.23
שנת זכויות יוצרים ©2015
מזהה ISBN9789655241655 (volume 1, hardback)
ISBN9655241653 (volume 1, hardback)
ISBN9789655241778 (volume 2, hardback)
מספר מערכת 990038632070205171
קישורים תמונה קדמית
תצוגת MARC

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