Aristobulus [2]

Aristobulus, ein jüd. Gelehrter im 2. Jahrh. nach Chr., alexandrinisch-jüd. Philosoph, suchte zu beweisen, daß die Weisheit der Griechen aus dem A. Test. geschöpft sei; die neuere Kritik behauptet, der Name A. sei von einem spätern Juden seinem eigenen Werke vorgesetzt worden, um demselben mehr Autorität zu verschaffen.


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