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( See A BRAHAM ) The date of his eventful career can be fixed only approximately at the present day, for the Biblical account of Joseph's life does not name the particular Pharaoh of his time, and the Egyptian customs and manners therein alluded to are not decisive as to any special period in Egyptian history.
His term of office in Egypt falls probably under one of the later Hyksos kings ( see EGYPT).
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The breath is the most obvious symptom of life, its cessation the invariable mark of death; invisible and impalpable, it stands for the unseen mysterious force behind the vital processes.
As these names show, the principle of life was often represented under the figure of a breath of air.
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The eleventh son of Jacob, the firstborn of Rachel, and the immediate ancestor of the tribes of Manasses and Ephraim.
His life is narrated in Gen., xxx, 22-24; xxxvii; xxxix-1, wherein contemporary scholars distinguish three chief documents (J, E, P).
The latter is intrinsically dependent on matter and conditioned by its laws ; the former is characterized by freedom or the power of self-determination; "spirit" in this sense is essentially personal.
Hegelianism, indeed, in its doctrines of Subjective, Objective, and Absolute Spirit, tries to maintain the categories of spiritual philosophy (freedom, self-consciousness and the like), in a Monistic framework.