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** and Jewish
** The Jewish Encyclopedia ( Jewish Encyclopedia: Apollos )
** י ְ הו ֹ ש ֻׁ ע ַ Yehoshua – Joshua ( Hebrew – English at Mechon-Mamre. org, Jewish Publication Society translation )
** Jewish translations:
** Jewish Commentary
** Numbers at Mechon-Mamre ( Jewish Publication Society translation )
** Jewish translations:
** Jewish commentaries on the Bible
** Amicus Brief on the Merits ( American Jewish Congress, American Jewish Committee, Anti-Defamation League, and Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America )
** do not bow at each other, in the Jewish tradition
** Optionally: abbreviation of soldiers ' religion ( KAT for Roman Catholics, GR-KAT for Greek Catholics, PRAW for Orthodox, MOJ for Jewish, AUG for Lutherans, ANG for Anglicans and MAH for Muslims )
** Jewish Biblical exegesis ( also see Midrash below )
** Major Codes of Jewish Law and Custom
** Musar literature and other works of Jewish ethics
** In modern times, although the Jewish calendar year number changes on Rosh Hashanah, the months are still numbered from Nisan.
** Book of Joel, a book in the Jewish Tanakh, and the Christian Bible
** Kosher locust, an insect considered kosher under Jewish dietary laws
** Leviticus at Mechon-Mamre ( Jewish Publication Society translation )
** The Jewish Annotated New Testament, Oxford University Press, USA
** Jewish Encyclopedia: Origen
** List of Jewish feminists
** In Orthodox and traditional Jewish weddings, the bride does not speak under the chuppah and only she receives a ring.

** and philosophy
** Eastern philosophy
** Iranian philosophy
** Sufi philosophy
** Cartesianism, name given to the philosophy of René Descartes
** De rerum natura by Lucretius ( Latin Literature, Epicurean philosophy )
** From Bakunin to Lacan: Anti-Authoritarianism and the Dislocation of Power, a book on political philosophy by Saul Newman
** Ibn Khaldun ( 1332 – 1406 ) – in his Muqaddimah ( later translated as Prolegomena in Latin ), the introduction to a seven volume analysis of universal history, was the first to advance social philosophy and social science in formulating theories of social cohesion and social conflict.
** Chrysippus, Greek philosopher from Soloi who was the principal systematiser of stoic philosophy ( b. c. 280 BC )
** Giulio Cesare la Galla, professor of philosophy at the Collegio Romano in Italy ( d. 1624 )
** Natural philosophy, the precursor of the physical sciences.
** Subject ( philosophy ), a being that has subjective experiences, subjective consciousness, or a relationship with another entity
** Subject-object based metaphysics, a term for the dominant view of metaphysics in Western philosophy
** The Woodbridge Lectures, a distinguished lecture series in philosophy at Columbia University, named for him
** Early Islamic philosophy
** Modern Islamic philosophy
** A Philosophical Investigation — speculative neuropathology, philosophy, gender and criminal investigation
** Early Islamic philosophy
** Modern Islamic philosophy
** Philosophical progress, the idea that philosophy has solved or at least can solve some of the questions it studies.
** Liberal Arts, with concentrations in: entertainment technology, ethnoarchaeology, fine and performing arts, foreign language, geography, humanities and social thought, international relations, philosophy, politics and law, scientific inquiry, social issues
** Early Islamic philosophy
** Sufi philosophy
** Temporality in philosophy
** Populism, a political philosophy seeking to use the instruments of the state to benefit the people as a whole

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