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Supplemented by Semuel da Silva's Treatise on the Immortality of the Soul. Da Costa's long-lost book rejects the divine origin of the rabbinic tradition.

Supplemented by Semuel da Silva's Treatise on the Immortality of the Soul. Tratado da immortalidade da alma. Series: Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, Volume: 44. Author: Uriel Da Costa. His insight was that what he calls Pharisaism is irreconcilable with the religion of the Pentateuch and therefore cannot derive from the same source. He claims, for example, that the Law of Moses does not allow for a belief in an afterlife for individual human beings.

Da Costa's long-lost book rejects the divine origin of the rabbinic tradition. His insight was that what he calls Pharisaism is irreconcilable with the religion of the Pentateuch and therefore cannot derive from the same source

Da Costa's long-lost book rejects the divine origin of the rabbinic tradition. Concomitantly he denied the Da Costa's long-lost book rejects the divine origin of the rabbinic tradition

Supplemented by Semuel da Silva's Treatise on the Immortality of the Soul. oceedings{OP, title {Examination of Pharisaic Traditions: Exame das tradiç{~o}es phariseas. Facsimile of the Unique Copy in the Royal Library of Copenhagen. Supplemented by Semuel da Silva's Treatise on the Immortality of the Soul. Tratado da immortalidade da alma}, author {Uriel da Costa}, year {1993} }. Uriel da Costa.

Examination of Pharisaic traditions by Acosta, Uriel, Uriel Acosta, H. P. Salomon, Isaac S. D. Sassoon, August 1993, Brill .

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COSTA, Uriel da. Examination of Pharisaic Traditions/Exame Das Tradicoes Phariseas. Translation, notes and introduction by H. Salomon and I. S. Sassoon, Leiden, Brill, 1993

COSTA, Uriel da. Sassoon, Leiden, Brill, 1993. Intolerance and Tolerance in the Jewish Tradition and Contemporary Israel. FISHER, S. In: Journal of Human Rights, . (2003), pp. 65-80. Una minaccia interna.

Examination of Pharisaic Traditions, Exame das tradições phariseas. Treatise on the Immortality of the Soul, Tratado da immortalidade daalma. Uriel da Costa, Semuel da Silva'S. H. Salomon & I. Sassoon - 1997 - Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie 59 (3):555-556. Rober de Sorbon'sDe Consciencia. Abraham Anderson - 1997 - Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Plotinus' Cosmology: A Study of "Ennead" I. James Wilberding - 2003 - Dissertation, The University of Chicago. Treatise on Nature and Grace.

Uriel da Costa (Portuguese: ; c. 1585 – April 1640), Uriel Acosta or d'Acosta (from the Latin form of his Portuguese surname, Costa, or da Costa). 1585 – April 1640), Uriel Acosta or d'Acosta (from the Latin form of his Portuguese surname, Costa, or da Costa) was a Portuguese philosopher and skeptic who was born Christian, but converted to Judaism and ended up questioning the Catholic and rabbinic institutions of his time

Da Costa's long-lost book rejects the divine origin of the rabbinic tradition.

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The child is father of the man; And I could wish my days to be Bound each to each by natural piety. Wordsworth, "My Heart Leaps Up"). More Poems by William Wordsworth.

The retrieval in 1990 of what is probably the sole surviving copy of Uriel da Costa's book, outlawed and burnt in 1624, is an almost miraculous boon for humanity. Da Costa's Exame, supplemented by da Silva's Tratado, merits a prominent place in the history of thought, Judaism and Portuguese Literature.