By Salomon Maimon
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Had no all father, Accordingly he took the sphere in his this. plaything It is a my him the place where the magical to hand, and sent for me. " What sort of " 31 Autobiography. father, who was a all the circles for phenomena intelli- good rabbi indeed, but special talent for science, could not comprehend endeavoured to make comprehensible. that I was especially puzzled, by the comparison of He my armillary sphere with the figure in the book, to under- stand how out of straight lines circles should be evolved but one thing he could business.
See Jeremiah An 29 Autobiography. He named Rabbi David Cans. was also the author of the astronomical book spoken of in the sequel, and he had had the honour of being acquainted with Tycho Brahe, and of making astronomical observations with him in the Observatory at There were Copenhagen. besides, a Josephus, which was evidently garbled, and a But History of the Persecutions of the Jews in Spain. what attracted In this work. I me most powerfully was an astronomical work a new world was opened to me, and gave myself up to the study with the greatest diligence.
He did not however travel with us long : his advanced and the severe season gave stroke. He died when we had age, his grief over our misery, him soon the finishing gone scarcely two or three miles ; and as no Catholic or Russian community would allow him burial in their he was a Prussian and a Lutheran churchyard was buried at our expense in the open field. he Solomon Maimon; 42 CHAPTER New Abode, new WE VI. The Misery Talmudist. in the country, like the wandered about therefore without knowing Israelites in the wilderness of Arabia, where or when we should find a place of we came The one to family, part was already leased; but the landlord of the Weary my his, because he had grandfather resolved to take a lease of this still to be built, along with tenances, and meanwhile, shift as well as all the place; but finished, in his he could.
An autobiography by Salomon Maimon