Falaquera, Sean Tobias Ben-joseph Ben
Falaquera, Sean Tobias Ben-Joseph Ben, a Spanish Jew of great learning, and a philosopher of the school of Maimonides, was born about 1228. Besides a work on The Relation of Religion and Philosophy, he wrote, in 1263, המבקש, the Inquirer (printed at Amsterdam, 1779). Later he wrote ס8 הנפש, Psychology (Amst. 1835), in which he follows the Arabic school of Aristotle's disciples שלמות המעשים 8, Ethics; and in 1280 a work as the philosophical parts of Morehe, מורה המורה (printed at Pressburg, 1837). We mention also מנחת קנאית, a work written in 1290 in defense of Maimonides. — Jost, Gesch. d. Judenthums u. seiner Sekten, 3:27.