Isaac ibn Latif (c. 1210-1280) was a Jewish philosopher, who lived most of his life in Toledo. In 1238 he published his first work, a treatise named sha'ar ha-shama'yim ("heaven's gate"), a commentary on Koheles (Ecclesiastes).  Artscroll's Koheles cites from his work.
Other works by ibn Latif include
His father's name was Abraham (אברהם) ; he had a son named Moses (משה).
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- "Tsurat ha-olam - Isaac ben Abraham Ibn Latif". 1860.
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- "Manuscript – Tzurat HaOlam by Rabbi Yitzchak Ibn Latif and an Unidentified Work on the Torah – Beginning of 15th Century".
- "Sefer Rov Poalim (Hebrew Edition): Yitzhak Ibn Latif".
- "ספר פעלים". 1885.
- "Moses ben Isaac Ibn Latif".
- Shoey Raz: Latif, Isaac b. Abraham ibn. In: Encyclopaedia Judaica, 2. edition, Vol. 12, Detroit 2007, pp. 506–507 (online)
- Dan Cohn-Sherbok: Medieval Jewish Philosophy. Routledge 1996, ISBN 0-7007-0414-0, pp. 117–119 (online copy , p. 117, at Google Books)
- Harvey J. Hames: The Art of Conversion: Christianity and Kabbalah in the Thirteenth Century. Brill 2000, ISBN 90-04-11715-6, pp. 56–57 (online copy , p. 56, at Google Books)