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 Abehsera, A.  The Universal Language I: Bavel Revisited.  Jerusalem: Eqev, 1991.

Abitbol, Gabriel.  Logique du droit talmudique.  Paris: Edition des Sciences Hébraïques, 1993.

Akmajian, Adrian, Richard A Demers and Robert M. Harnish.  Linguistics: An Introduction to Language and Communication.  2nd ed.  Cambridge, Mass.: MIT P, 1984.

Bentwich, Norman.  Hellenism.  Philadelphia: Jewish, 1919.

Bergman, Rabbi Meir Zvi.  Gateway to the Talmud  New York: Mesorah, 1985.

Biberfeld, Philip.  Universal Jewish History.  4 vols.  Vol. I: New York: Spero Foundation, 1948.  Vol. II-IV: New York: Feldheim, 1962, 1973, 1980.

Carmel, Aryeh.  Aiding Talmud Study.  Rev. ed.  Jerusalem, New York: Feldheim, 1991.

Carson, D. A.  Exegetical Fallacies.  Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker, 1984.

Chavel, Charles B.  Encyclopedia of Torah Thoughts.  New York: Shilo, 1980.

Cohen, Rev. Dr. A., ed.  The Soncino Books of the Bible.  London: Soncino, 1949 (Samuel), 1950 (Kings).

Cohen, Rev. Dr. A., ed.  The Soncino Chumash: The Five Books of Moses with Haphtaroth.  2nd ed.  London: Soncino, 1983.

Concordantiae Hebraicae atque Chaldaicae.  Ed. Dr. Solomon Mandelkern.  Jerusalem: Shocken, 1955.

Dictionary of Philosophy.  London: Pan, 1979.

Encyclopaedia Judaica.  Jerusalem: Keter, 1972.[1]

Encyclopedie Philosophique Universelle.  II. Les notions philosophiques: Dictionnaire.  Paris: PU de France, 1990.

Feigenbaum, R. Yitzchak.  Understanding the Talmud: A Systematic Guide to Talmudic Structure and Methodology.  2nd rev. ed.  Jerusalem: Darche Noam, 1988.

Foucault, Michel.  The Order of Things: An Archeology of the Human Sciences.  New York: Vintage, 1973.[2]

Frank, Yitshak.  The Practical Talmud Dictionary.  Jerusalem: Ariel, 1992.

Glazerson, M.  Hebrew: The Source of Languages.  Trans. J. Weil.  Jerusalem: Raz-Ot, 1987.

Guggenheimer, Heinrich.  Logical Problems in Jewish Tradition.  The Great Society: Confrontations with Judaism. A Symposium.  Ed. Philip Longworth.  London: Blond, 1966.

Horowitz, Edward.  How The Hebrew Language Grew.  New York: Ktav, 1960.

Kahan, Rabbi Aharon Yisroel.  Taryag Mitzvos.  New York: Keser Torah, 1987.

Kelemen, Lawrence.  Permission to Believe: Four Rational Approaches to God's Existence.  Southfield, Mich.: Targum, 1990.

Lalande, André.  Vocabulaire technique et critique de la philosophie.  Paris: PU de France, 1972.

Lewittes, Mendell.  Principles and Development of Jewish Law.  USA: Bloch, 1987.

Lichtenstein, Aaron.  The Seven Laws of Noah.  New York: Berman, 1981.

Luzatto, R. Moshe Chaim.  The Ways of Reason. Trans. Rabbis D. Sackton and Ch. Tscholkowski.  Jerusalem: Feldheim, 1989.[3]

Maccoby, Hyam.  The Mythmaker: Paul and the Invention of Christianity.  London: Weidenfeld, 1986.

Maimonides, Moses.  Guide for the Perplexed.  Trans. M. Friedlander. 2nd ed.  New York: Pardes, 1946.[4]

Malbim, R. Meir Leibush.  Malbim on Mishley: the Commentary of Rabbi Meir Leibush Malbim on the Book of Proverbs.  Trans. R. Charles Wengrov and Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg.  Jerusalem: Feldheim, 1982.

McEvedy, Colin.  The Penguin Atlas of Ancient History.  Harmondsworth, Middx.: Penguin, 1967.

Mitchell, T.C.  The Bible in the British Museum: Interpreting the Evidence.  London: British Museum, 1988.

Mozeson, Isaac E.  The Word: The Dictionary That Reveals the Hebrew Source of English.  New York: Shapolsky, 1989.

Munk, R. M.  The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet.  New York: Mesorah, 1990.

Proceedings of the Associations of Orthodox Jewish Scientists.  2 vol.  Jerusalem: Feldheim, 1970.

Quinton, Anthony.  Francis Bacon.  Past Masters.  Gen. ed. Keith Thomas.  Oxford: Oxford UP, 1980.

Rabinowich, R. Nosson Dovid.  M. Mielziner's Talmudic Terminology.  Jerusalem: Ahavath Torah, 1988.

Roberts, J. M.  The Pelican History of the World.  Rev. ed.  London: Penguin, 1980.

Scherman, R. Nosson, ed.  The Complete ArtScroll Siddur.  2nd. ed.  New York: Mesorah, 1986. [5]

Scholem, Gershom.  On the Kabbalah and Its Symbolism.  Trans. R. Manheim.  New York: Shocken, 1969.

Schroeder, Gerald L.  Genesis and The Big Bang.  New York: Bantam, 1990.

Shereshevsky, Esra.  Rashi: The Man and His World.  New York: Sepher-Hermon, 1982.

Sion, Avi.  Future Logic: Categorical and Conditional Deduction and Induction of the Natural, Temporal, Extensional and Logical Modalities.  Rev. ed.  Geneva: Sion, 1996.[6]

Steinsaltz, R. Adin.  The Talmud. The Steinsaltz Edition. A Reference Guide.  Trans. and ed. R. Israel V. Berman.  New York: Random, 1989.

Taylor, Edwin F. and John Archibald Wheeler.  Spacetime Physics.  San Francisco: Freeman, 1963.

The Babylonian Talmud. Index Volume.  Ed. Rabbi Dr. I. Epstein.  London: Soncino, 1952.

The Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  New York: Macmillan, 1967.

The Jerusalem Bible: The Holy Scriptures.  Jerusalem: Koren, 1992.

The Jewish Encyclopedia.  New York: Funk, 1968.[7]

The Living Webster Encyclopedic Dictionary of the English Language.  1977 ed.

The Metsudah Tehillim.  Trans. Rabbi Avrohom Davis.  New York: Metsudah, 1983.

The New Encyclopaedia Britannica: Macropaedia.  1989 ed.

Windelband, Wilhelm.  History of Ancient Philosophy.  Trans. H. E. Cushman, from 2nd German ed.  New York: Dover, 1956.


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[1]                Occasionally referred to as Enc. Jud. or E.J.

[2]              A translation of Les mots et les choses. Translator(s) unnamed.

[3]              Original Hebrew title, Derech Tevunot.

[4]                Maimonides is also known as the Rambam, an acrostic of his Hebrew name, R. Moshe ben Maimon.

[5]              With commentaries by the editor.

[6]              Written in 1990, and at the time reproduced on 7 microfiches, and distributed to various university libraries in various countries (among which Canada, England, Israel, Switzerland, and the U.S.).

[7]                Occasionally referred to as Jew. Enc. or J.E.


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