The Kuzari, full title The Book of Proof and Evidence in Support of the Abased Religion (Arabic: كتاب الحجة والدليل في نصرة الدين الذليل‎)(Kitâb al ḥujja wa'l-dalîl fi naṣr al-dîn al-dhalîl), also known as the Book of the Kuzari, (Hebrew: ספר הכוזרי Sefer ha-Kuzari) is one of the most famous works of the medieval Spanish Jewish philosopher and poet Judah Halevi, completed around 1140. Originally written in Arabic, it was then translated into Hebrew and is regarded as one the most important apologetic works of Jewish philosophy. Divided into five parts ("ma'amarim" – articles), it takes the form of a dialogue between a rabbi and a pagan. The pagan is then mythologized as the king of the Khazars who has invited the rabbi to instruct him in the tenets of Judaism. Originally written in Arabic, the book was translated by numerous scholars, including Judah ben Saul ibn Tibbon, into Hebrew and other languages.
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