Gabirol - translation to french
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Gabirol - translation to french

11TH-CENTURY ANDALUSIAN POET AND JEWISH PHILOSOPHER
Avicebron; Ibn Gabirol; Solomon ben Yehuda Ibn Gabirol; Avencebron; Avicebrol; Avecebrol; Ibn Gabirol, Solomon ben Yehuda; Solomon ben Judah Ibn Gabirol; Even Gvirol; Ibn Gvirol; Gabirol; Solomon Ibn Gabirol; Solomon Gabirol; Solomon ben Gabirol; Shlomo Ibn Gabirol; Solomon ben Judah ibn Gabirol; Abu Ayyub Sulaiman ibn Yahya ibn Jabirul; Sulaymān ibn Jabīrūl; Salamo bin Jehuda bin Gabirol; Salamo Ben Jehuda Ben Gebirol; Shlomo ben Yehudah; Salómon Ibn Gabirol; Shlomo ben Gabirol; Ibn-Gabirol; Fons Vitæ
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Solomon ibn Gabirol

Solomon ibn Gabirol or Solomon ben Judah (Hebrew: ר׳ שְׁלֹמֹה בֶּן יְהוּדָה אִבְּן גָּבִּירוֹל, romanized: Shlomo Ben Yehuda ibn Gabirol, pronounced [ʃ(e)loˈmo ben jehuˈda ʔibn ɡabiˈʁol]; Arabic: أبو أيوب سليمان بن يحيى بن جبيرول, romanized: ’Abū ’Ayyūb Sulaymān bin Yaḥyá bin Jabīrūl, pronounced [ˈʔæbuː ʔæjˈjuːb sʊlæjˈmæːn bɪn ˈjæħjæː bɪn dʒæbiːˈruːl]) was an 11th-century Andalusian poet and Jewish philosopher in the Neo-Platonic tradition. He published over a hundred poems, as well as works of biblical exegesis, philosophy, ethics: xxvii  and satire.: xxv  One source credits ibn Gabirol with creating a golem, possibly female, for household chores.

In the 19th century it was discovered that medieval translators had Latinized Gabirol's name to Avicebron or Avencebrol and had translated his work on Jewish Neo-Platonic philosophy into a Latin form that had in the intervening centuries been highly regarded as a work of Islamic or Christian scholarship.: xxxii  As such, ibn Gabirol is well known in the history of philosophy for the doctrine that all things, including soul and intellect, are composed of matter and form ("Universal Hylomorphism"), and for his emphasis on divine will.