Aaron Samuel ben Moses Shalom of Kremnitz
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Aaron Samuel ben Moses Shalom of Kremnitz was the Jewish author of "Nishmat Adam," Hanau, 1611, which contains dissertations on the nature of the soul, purpose of man's existence, the future world, and rewards and punishments.
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