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Thu Oct 16 17:50:21 2014 UTClccn-n780960390.27Maimonides /0.530.88The medical aphorisms of Moses Maimonides /100185495Maimonidesn 78096039231092Abou-Amram Moussa Ibn-Maimun 1138-1204Abu Imram Musa Ibn Maimun Ibn Abdallah 1135-1204Abū-ʿImrān Musā Ibn-Maimūn al-Isrāʾīlī al-Qurṭubī 1135-1204Abū-ʿImrān Mūsā Ibn-Maimūn ʿUbaidallāh 1135-1204Abū ʿImrān Mūsá ibn Maymūn al-Qurṭubī 1135-1204Abū-ʿImrān Mūsā Ibn-ʿUbaidallāh al-Israʾīlī al-Qurṭubī 1135-1204al-Andalusi, Mūsá ibn Maymūn al-Qurṭubī 1138-1204al-Isra'ili, Musa ibn 'Ubaidallahal-kurtubi Al-Isra'ili, Musa Ibn 'ubaidallahal-Qurtubi al-Isra'ili, Musa ibn 'UbaidallahAndalusī, Mūsá ibn Maymūn 1135-1204B. Majemonis, Mose 1138-1204Bar Maimon, Mosheh 1138-1204Ben Maimon, MoisésBen Maimon, MoseBen Maimon Mose 1138-1204ben Maimon, Moshe 1135-1204ben Maimon, Moshe 1138-1204Ben Maimon, Mosheh 1135-1204Ben Maimoun, Moïse 1135-1204Ben Maimoun, Moïse 1138-1204Ben Maimun, Mosheh 1138-1204Ben Maymon, Moses 1135-1204BenMaimon, Mose 1135-1204BenMaimon, Moses 1135-1204ha-Rambaʺm 1135-1204Ha-Rambam 1138-1204Ibn-Maimūn al-Qurṭubī, Abū-ʿImrān Mūsā Ibn-ʿUbaidallāh 1135-1204Ibn-Maimūn al-Qurṭubī al-Andalusī 1135-1204Ibn Maimūn al-Qurṭubī, Mūsā ibn ʻUbaidallah 1138-1204Ibn Maimūn, Mūsā 1135-1204Ibn Maʾmūn al-Qurṭubī, Abū ʿAmrān Mūsā b. ʿUbaydallāh 1135-1204Ibn Maymun , abu Imran MusaIbn Maymūn, Abū ʿImrān Mūsā b. ʿUbayd 1135-1204Ibn Maymūn al-Qurṭubī 1135-1204Ibn Maymūn, MūsáIbn Maymūn, Mūsā 1135-1204Ibn Maymun, Musa b. ʿUbayd 1135-1204Ibn 'Ubaidallah al QurtubiMaiiemon, Mosis f 1138-1204MaimoidesMaimoides 1135-1204Maimon, Moisés Ben,Maimon, Mose 1135-1204 BenMaimón, Mosé benMaimon, Mose, Ben, 1135-1204Maimón, Moses benMaimon, Moses ben 1135-1204Maimon, Moses ben 1135-1204 RabbiMaimon, Moses ben, Rabbi, 1135-1204Maimon, Moshe benMaimon, Moshe ben 1135-1204Maimon, Mosheh bar 1135-1204Maimon, Mosheh ben.Maimon, Mosheh ben 1135-1204Maïmon, Moümoun Moise 1135-1204Maimoni, Mosheh.Maimoni, Mosheh 1135-1204MaimonidMaimonid 1135-1204Maïmonide.Maïmonide 1135-1204Maïmonide 1138-1204Maïmonide, MoïseMaïmonide, Moïse 1135-1204Maimonide Moïse 1138-1204Maimonide , MosèMaimonide, Mosè 1135-1204MaimònidesMaimonides 1135-1204Maimonides , MosesMaimonides, Moses 1135-1204Maimonides Moses 1138-1204Maimonides, Moses F. 1135-1204Maimonides, Moses, RabbiMaimonides, Mozes.Maimonides, Mozes 1135-1204MaimonideszMaimun, Mosche ben 1135-1204MaimuniMaimuni, Moscheh 1135-1204Maimuni, Moses 1135-1204Maimûnî, Mûsâ 1135-1204Majemonides, Moses 1135-1204Majemonides, Moses 1138-1204Majmonid.Majmonid, MosesMajmonidesMajmonides 1135-1204Majmonides z Kordoby.Májmúni, Móse 1135-1204Majmuni, MozesMaʾmūn al-Qurṭubī, Abū ʿAmrān Mūsā b. ʿUbaydallāh b 1135-1204Maymūn, Mūsá ibn 1135-1204Mayōm, Moše 1135-1204 benMayōm, Moše, ben, 1135-1204Meimon, Moses filius 1138-1204Meimonides, Moseh 1135-1204Moché ben MaïmonMoché ben Maïmon 1138-1204Moché ben Maïmone 1138-1204Moïse 1135-1204 ben MaimounMoïse 1135-1204 benMaimounMoïse ben MaimonMoïse ben Maimon 1138-1204Moïse ben Maimoun 1135-1204Moïse ben MaymonMoïse ben Maymon 1138-1204Moïse benMaimoun 1135-1204Moise Maimonide.Moïse Maïmonide 1135-1204Moïse Maïmonide 1138-1204Mōšä Bar-Majmōn 1135-1204Mōšä Ben-Majmōn 1135-1204Mosche Ben MaimonMosche ben Maimon 1135-1204Mosche ben Maimon 1138-1204Mosche ben Maimun.Mosche ben Maimun 1135-1204Moscheh ben Maimon 1135-1204Mose 1135-1204 Ben MaimonMose 1135-1204 BenMaimonMos̄e 1135-1204 BenMaymônMōše Bar Maîmôn 1135-1204Mōše Bar-Maymôn 1135-1204Moše Bar-Maymûn 1135-1204Mosé ben MaimonMošè ben Maimon 1135-1204Moše ben Maimon 1135-1204 Mediziner, PhilosophMose ben Maimon 1138-1204Moše ben Maimon, Mediziner, Philosoph, 1135-1204Moše Ben-Maimûn 1135-1204Mose Ben-Majemon 1135-1204Mose ben Majmon 1138-1204Moše ben MaymonMose Ben Maymon 1138-1204Mose BenMaimon 1135-1204Mos̄e BenMaymôn 1135-1204Mose de EgyptoMosè MaimonideMose MajmuniMoseh b. MaymônMošeh bar Maymeno 1135-1204Mošeh bar Maymon 1135-1204Mošeh bar Mayymon 1135-1204Mošeh ben Maimon 1135-1204Moseh ben Maimun 1135-1204Mošeh ben Maymōn 1135-1204Mošeh ben Maymŵn.Mošeh ben Maymwn 1138-1204Mošeh ben Mayymwn 1138-1204Moseh da Aegypto 1138-1204Moseh de Aegipto 1138-1204Mošeh ha-Maymoni 1135-1204Mošeh ha-Maymuni 1135-1204Mošeh ham-Maijmuni 1135-1204Moses 1135-1204 AegypticusMoses 1135-1204 AegyptiusMoses 1135-1204 ben MaimonMoses 1135-1204 benMaimonMoses 1135-1204 MaimonidesMoses Aegypticus 1135-1204Moses Aegyptius 1135-1204Moses AegyptusMoses ben MaimonMoses ben Maimon 1135-1204Moses ben Maimon 1138-1204Moses ben MaimunMoses ben Maimūn 1135-1204Moses ben Maymon 1135-1204Moses Ben MimounMoses Ben Mimoun 1138-1204Moses benMaimon 1135-1204Moses Bscen-Maimon 1135-1204Moses de AegyptiusMoses de Aegyptius 1138-1204Moses Fil. Majemon 1135-1204Moses fil. Majemon 1138-1204Moses John MaimonMoses MaimonidesMoses Maimonides 1135-1204Moses Maimonides 1138-1204Moses MaimuniMoses Maimuni 1135-1204Moses Majemonides 1135-1204Moses, Rabbi 1135-1204Moshe ben MaimonMoshe ben Maimon 1135-1204Moshe ben Maïmon 1138-1204Moshe ben Maimun 1138-1204Mosheh 1135-1204 ha-MaimoniMosheh bar Maimon 1135-1204Mosheh bar Maimon 1138-1204Mosheh bar Maimon ha-Sefardi 1138-1204Mosheh ben MaimonMosheh ben Maimon 1135-1204Mosheh ben Maimon ha-Sefaradi.Mosheh ben Maymon.Mosheh, ha-Maimoni, 1135-1204Mosheh ha-Maymuni 1138-1204Mosis f. Maiiemon 1135-1204Mosis Majemonidis 1135-1204Mosseus 1135-1204 AegyptiusMosseus Aegyptius 1135-1204Mosseus AegyptusMosseus Aegyptus 1138-1204Mosze ben Majmon.Moussa Ibn-Maimun, Abou Amram 1138-1204Moyses 1135-1204 MaimonidesMoyses Maimonides 1135-1204Moyses, Rabi 1135-1204Moysis, Rabbi 1135-1204Moysus 1135-1204 RabbiMoysus Rabbi 1135-1204Mozes ben Maimon 1135-1204Mozes MaimonidesMûsâ ben Maimûnî 1138-1204Mūsá ibn ʿAbdallāh al-Isrāʾīlī al-Qurṭubī 1135-1204Mūsā Ibn-ʿAbdallāh al-Isrāʾīlī al-Qurṭubī, Abū-ʿImrān 1135-1204Mūsā ibn Maimūn 1135-1204Mūsā Ibn-Maimūn, Abū-ʿImrān al-Qurṭubī 1135-1204Mūsā Ibn-Maimūn al-Qurṭubī al-Andalusī 1135-1204Musà ibn MaymunMūsá ibn Maymūn 1135-1204Mūsā ibn Maymūn, Abū ʿImrāmMūsā ibn Maymūn, Abū ʿImrām 1138-1204Mūsā ibn Maymūn ibn 'Abd Allāh al-Qurṭubī al-isrā'īlī 1138-1204Musa ibn Maymun 'UbaydullahMusa ibn MeymunMusa Ibn Meymun el-Kurtubî 1135-1204Musa ibn ʿUbaidallah al-Qurtubi al-Israʾili 1138-1204Mūsá ibn ʻUbayd Allāh al-Qurṭubī al-Isrāʾīlī 1138-1204Mûsâ Maimûnî 1135-1204Mûsâ Maimûnî's 1138-1204Mûsâ Maymûnî 1135-1204Qurṭubī, Mūsá ibn Maymūn 1135-1204Rabbi Moses Maimonides 1135-1204Rabi Moyses.Ram 1135-1204Ram Bam 1135-1204RaMBa"MRaMBa"M 1135-1204RaMBa"M 1138-1204Ramḃa''m.Rambaʺm 1135-1204Rambam 1138-1204RMB"MRMB"M 1138-1204ʿUbaidallāh al-Qurṭubī al-Isrāʾīlī 1135-1204Маймонид 1135-1204Мойсей Бен Маймон 1135-1204Моше Бен Маймон 1135-1204Рамбам 1135-1204א. חייםבן־מיימון, משהבן מיימון, משה 1135־1204בן מימון, משהבן מימון, משה 1135־1204בן מימון, משה 1135־1205הרמב״םהרמב״ם 1135-1204הרמבם.יונה מגירונדיכ״ץ, אלימושה בן מיימון 1135-1204מיימוןמיימון, משהמיימון, משה 1135־1204מיימון, משה בר 1204־1135מיימון, צשה בןמיימונימיימוני, משהמימון, גדמימון, משהמימון, משה 1135־1204מימון, משה בן 1135-1204מימון, משה בן 1204־1135מימוני, משהמימונידס, משהממימון, משהמשה בו מימוןמשה בון מימון 1135־1204משה במן מימוןמשה בן מיימון.משה בן מיימון 1135-1204משה בן מיימון 1135־1204 הרמב״םמשה בן מיימון 1135־1204 רמב״םמשה בן מיימון ‪1135-1204‬ רמבםמשה בן מיימון 1138-1204משה בן מיימון 1153־1204משה בן מיימון 1204־1135משה בן מיימון 5311־4021משה בן מיימון 5311־4021 רמב״םמשה בן מיימון, הרמב״ם, 1135־1204משה בן מיימון, רמב״ם, 1135־1204.משה בן מיימון, רמב״ם, 5311־4021משה בן מיימון, רמבם, ‪1135-1204‬‏משה בן מימון.משה בן מימון 1134־1204משה בן מימון 1135־1204משה בן מימון 1135־1204־־ביקורת וביאורמשה בן מימון 1135-1204 הרמב״םמשה בן מימון 1135־1204־־ספרות‏משה בן מימון, ‏ ‏1135־1204 ‏רמב״ם,‏משה בן מימון 1135־1240משה בן מימון 1135־4021 רמב״םמשה בן מימון 1136־1204משה בן מימון 1138-1204משה בן מימון 1204־1135משה בן מימון 1204־1135 רמב״םמשה בן מימון 1355־1204 רמב״םמשה בן מימון 5311־4021משה בן מימון 5311־4021 הרמב״םמשה בן מימון 5311־4021 משנה תורהמשה בן מימון 5311־4021 רמב״םמשה בן מימון 5531־1204משה בן מימון הרמב״םמשה בן מימון, הרמב״ם, 1135-1204משה בן מימון, הרמב״ם, 5311־4021משה בן מימון.משנה תורהמשה בן מימון.משנה תורה־־באוריםמשה בן מימון--משנה תורה--הלכות דעות--פירושיםמשה בן מימון־־משנה תורה־־הלכות תשובה־־פירושיםמשה בן מימון נפ׳ 1204‏משה בן מימון,‏ ‏רמב״ם,‏ ‏1135־1204.משה בן מימון, רמב״ם, 1135־4021משה בן מימון, רמב״ם, 1204־1135משה בן מימון, רמב״ם, 1355־1204משה בן מימון, רמב״ם, 5311־4021משה בן מימין 1135־1204 רמב״םמשה בן מימין 5311־4021 רמב״םמשה בן מימין, רמב״ם, 1135־1204משה בן מימין, רמב״ם, 5311־4021משה בן מימןמשה בן מימן 1135־1204משה בר מיימון.משה בר מיימון 1135-1204משה בר מימוןמשה בר מימון 1135־1204 רמב״םמשה בר מימון, רמב״ם, 1135־1204משה בר מײמון רמב״ם 1204־1135משה ברבי מיימוןמשה, המיימונימשה נן מיימוני 1135־1204משה נן מימוןמשה קן מימון 1135־1204פרנקל, שבתי 1135-1204ר״מראבד.רבמ״םרבנו משה בן מיימון 1135-1204רמב"ם‏רמב״ם,‏ ‏1135־1204.רמב"ם 1138-1204רמב״ם 1204־1135רמב״ם 1355־1204רמב״ם 5311־4021רמבם.רמבʺם 1135-1204שלום, גרשם 1897-1982ابن ميمون، موسىإبن ميمون، موسى، 1135-1204ابن ميمون، موسى، 1204-1135ابن ميمون، موسى بن عبد اللهالإسرائيلي، موسى بن ميمون، 529-601 هـ.الأندلسي، موسى بن ميمون، 529-601 هـ.القرطبي، أبو عمران موسى بن ميمون، 1135-1204القرطبي، أبو عمران موسى بن ميمون، 529-601 هـ.القرطبي، موسى بن ميمون، 529-601 هـ.موسى بن عبد الله القرطبيموسى بن عبد الله القرطبي، 529-601 هـ.موسى بن عبيد الله القرطبي، 529-601 هـ.موسى بن ميمونموسى بن ميمون، 1135-1204موسى بن ميمون, أبو عمرامموسى بن ميمون أبو عمرام 1138-1204موسى بن ميمون القرطبي، 529-601 هـ.موسى بن ميمون بن عبد الله القرطبي الإسرائيلي 1138-1204موسى بن ميمون بن يوسف بن إسحاقميمون، موسى بن عبد اللهميمونيدس, موسى 1135-1204マイモニデスlccn-n84225033Hartman, David1931-2013lccn-n78014352Kellner, Menachem Marc1946-edtnp-thomas$aquinas saint$1225 1274ThomasAquinas, Saint1225?-1274lccn-n94046315Dobbs-Weinstein, Idit1950-lccn-n79139238Rosner, Fredtrledtlccn-n86089103Seeskin, Kenneth1947-edtlccn-n50008543Naḥmanidesapproximately 1195-approximately 1270cmmcnmcwtlccn-n50010302Pines, Shlomo1908-1990auispktrledtlccn-n97095228Stern, Josef1949-lccn-n79018753Spinoza, Benedictus de1632-1677Maimonides, Moses1135-1204BiographyCommentariesDictionariesAphorismsCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryApologetic worksPopular worksManuscriptsSourcesMaimonides, Moses,Jewish philosophyPhilosophy, MedievalJudaismJewish 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MosesThe guide for the perplexedGreat classic of medieval Judaism, major attempt to reconcile revealed religion -- Pentateuch, commentaries -- and Aristotelian philosophy. Enormously important in all Western thought. Includes Life of Maimonides, analysis of The Guide, indexes of quotations from Scripture, Talmud+-+1185685625179791ocn000309924book15510.53Maimonides, MosesThe guide of the perplexedHistoryThis guide aims "to liberate men from the tormenting perplexities arising from their understanding of the Bible according only to its literal meaning."--Cover+-+95875017753241213294ocn008462806book14750.79Maimonides, MosesMishneh TorahCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesPopular worksSourcesThis was the first edition of the Mishneh torah to appear with Judah Rosanes' commentary, Mishneh le-melekh948236ocn020067853book13990.79Maimonides, MosesMoreh nevukhimHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesManuscriptsThe text is a Hebrew translation of Maimonides' Dalālat al-ḥāʼirīn. It was translated by Ibn Tibbon76319ocn000671023book19490.63Maimonides, MosesThe code of Maimonides+-+93985655857599ocn000215953book19720.50Maimonides, MosesA Maimonides reader+-+915769923566017ocn001528221book19750.59Maimonides, MosesEthical writings of MaimonidesHistoryHere are the most significant ethical writings of the 12th-century philosopher, physician, and master of rabbinical literature -- translated from the original sources by noted Maimonides scholars. Includes the first English versions of "Eight Chapters," plus "Laws Concerning Character Traits," "Treatise on the Art of Logic," and gleanings from Maimonides' medical writings. -- Publisher description+-+0770971395468118ocn019153962book15000.84Maimonides, MosesSefer ha-mitsṿotCriticism, interpretation, etcApologetic worksCommentariesText of the Sefer ha-Mitsvot (Kitāb al-farāʼid). Preceding the main text is an enumeration of the 613 Commandments and an introduction39088ocn009749758book18560.82Maimonides, MosesLe guide des égarés; traité de théologie et de philosophie3549ocn000461604book19670.70Maimonides, MosesThe commandments: Sefer Ha-Mitzvoth of Maimonides31810ocn005007356book19790.86Maimonides, MosesMoses Maimonides' Glossary of drug namesDictionaries29624ocn000327663book19700.88Maimonides, MosesThe medical aphorisms of Moses MaimonidesAphorismsMaimonides, Moses / Aphorismen2917ocn008115007book19820.77Maimonides, MosesMoses Maimonides' Treatise on resurrectionOne of Maimonides' classic works, the Treatise on Resurrection is an extended discussion of resurrection, the immortality of the soul, the mysteries of the Messianic Age, and the World to Come. The Treatise on Resurrection was controversial in its day for its departure from accepted Jewish theology. Despite opposition to his ideas, Maimonides defended his view with skill and confidence. Fred Rosner's notes provide the background necessary to fully understand Maimonides' position, and his translation is an articulate rendering of this influential text, which validates resurrection+-+79040201253242717ocn000001778book19680.77Maimonides, MosesThe commentary to Mishnah AbothCommentaries26727ocn005783142book19610.74Maimonides, MosesLe livre de la connaissance26520ocn000527677book19120.74Maimonides, MosesThe eight chapters of Maimonides on ethics (Shemonah perakim), a psychological and ethical treatise25417ocn001552330book18270.82Maimonides, MosesThe reasons of the laws of Moses from the "More nevochim" of Maimonides+-+731622930625413ocn001268965book19740.84Maimonides, MosesOn the causes of symptoms = Maqālah fī bayān baʻḍ al-aʻrāḍ wa-al-jawāb ʻanhā25327ocn008999397book16830.84Maimonides, MosesR. Mosis Majemonidae De sacrificiis liber acceserunt Arabanelis exordium, seu prooemium commentariorum in Leviticum, et Majemonidae Tractatus de consecratione calendarum et de ratione intercalandiCommentaries25024ocn008082063book18810.70Maimonides, MosesThe guide of the perplexed of Maimonides17523ocn043475338file19980.35Stern, JosefProblems and parables of law Maimonides and Nahmanides on reasons for the commandments (taʻamei ha-mitzvot)+-+187389642515803ocn042855214file19910.47Kellner, Menachem MarcMaimonides on Judaism and the Jewish people15135ocn052729872file20010.50Lorberbaum, MenachemPolitics and the limits of law secularizing the political in medieval Jewish thoughtHistory+-+292592953514284ocn191930798file20000.39Hartman, DavidIsraelis and the Jewish tradition an ancient people debating its futureThe author Grapples with issues that increasingly divide Israel's secular Jewish community from its religious Zionists, and offers a new understanding of what it means to be Jewish+-+0328355585139412ocn698184460file19760.50Hartman, DavidMaimonides Torah and philosophic questAnnotation+-+166451273513863ocn042854962file19950.47Dobbs-Weinstein, IditMaimonides and St. Thomas on the limits of reasonThrough a comparative philosophical examination of the diverse aporiae constituting the question of "providence," the author seeks to determine the degree of philosophical compatibility between Maimonides and St. Thomas Aquinas, and where disagreement is evident, its origin, nature and philosophical consequences. Dobbs-Weinstein retrieves some occluded aspects of their thought that render a better understanding of each thinker and provide a richer philosophical vocabulary for discussions of the limits of "reason," the consequent inevitable limits of language and interpretation and, above all, the relation between knowing and acting. This study also shows how and why, despite the fact that they adopt some radically different ontological principles, Maimonides and Aquinas reach strikingly similar conclusions concerning the existential dimensions of human life, especially the possibilities and modes of knowledge and the actions consequent upon them+-+7169796425127123ocn007875156book19350.47Heschel, Abraham JoshuaMaimonides : a biographyBiographyReviewsInfluential scholar and savant Abraham Joshua Heschel combines an account of the life of medieval Jewish scholar Maimonides with an introduction to his writings and their place in the broader tradition of Jewish thought12046ocn268793741file20040.56Cohen, HermannEthics of Maimonides+-+251226447532411604ocn316509610file20090.50Maimonides and his heritage"This volume celebrates the depth and breadth of Jewish philosopher Moses Maimonides' (1138-1204) achievements. The essays gathered here explore the rich diversity of a heritage that extends over eight hundred years, beginning with Maimonides' historical context; ranging through his distinct contributions to philosophy, theology, medicine, and Jewish law; to the impact his ideas have had on later generations. His humane perspective and commitment to intellectual rigor are reflected in the wide range of his works and his active role as a spiritual guide and intellectual leader. Maimonides' intellectual openness makes his work an enduring model of creative synthesis and critical appropriation, as well as a continuing source of intellectual stimulation not only for the many specialist scholars who scrutinize his texts but also for a wide and lively audience of nonspecialists."--BOOK JACKET+-+800129642510607ocn593345597file20090.47Fraenkel, CarlosTraditions of MaimonideanismThis volume sheds new light on Maimonidesa (TM) work in medicine, Jewish law, and liturgy, and on how his philosophy was read, misread, and creatively reinvented in a wide range of contexts from the 13th century to the present+-+688826955410505ocn569990421file20090.39Association européenne des études juivesThe cultures of Maimonideanism new approaches to the history of Jewish thought+-+350926955410196ocn252599343file19990.53Seeskin, KennethSearching for a distant God the legacy of Maimonides"In Searching for a Distant God, Kenneth Seeskin carries on an imaginary conversation with Maimonides, in which the great medieval thinker acknowledges his debt to Plato, Aristotle, and Plotinus, and takes up the objections of Aquinas, Kant, and Hegel. Seeskin uses this conversation to illuminate the complexities of monotheism, arguing that it involves controversial claims about God, creation, and the limits of human knowledge." "Although Seeskin writes from a Jewish perspective, he deals with issues that are of equal importance to Christianity. His study is resource for scholars of Judaism, theology, philosophy of religion, and medieval intellectual history, as well as for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of monotheism."--BOOK JACKET+-+K1937604659926ocn762325123file20090.50Shatz, DavidJewish thought in dialogue essays on thinkers, theologies, and moral theoriesCriticism, interpretation, etc"The essays in this volume present interpretations of themes in major Jewish texts and thinkers, as well as treatments of significant issues in Jewish theology and ethics. It offers philosophical readings of biblical narratives, analyses of topics in the thought of Maimonides, Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook and Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, and critical and constructive examinations of divine providence, religious anthropology, free will, 9/11, evil, Halakhah and morality, altruism, autonomy in Jewish medical ethics, and the epistemology of religious belief. The author frequently brings Jewish philosophy and law into dialogue with contemporary Anglo-American philosophy. The book serves scholars and students of Jewish philosophy and law, and is suitable for inclusion in syllabi of undergraduate and graduate courses''--Provided by the publisher+-+87989398469534ocn808347991file20110.47Klein-Braslavy, SaraMaimonides as biblical interpreter+-+03708718469495ocn608574490file20090.50Kellner, Menachem MarcScience in the bet midrash studies in Maimonides+-+56789398468864ocn012750782book19860.39Burrell, David BKnowing the unknowable God : Ibn-Sina, Maimonides, Aquinas+-+61776531758815ocn058451913book20050.27Nuland, Sherwin BMaimonidesBiographyDescribes the twelfth-century philosopher and physician's efforts to reconcile his rationationalist thinking and scientific knowledge with a faith in God, his remarkable influence as a Jew in a Muslim world, and the lasting legacy of his teachings+-+255797053584012ocn056404958book20050.59Seeskin, KennethMaimonides on the origin of the world"Although Maimonides' discussion of creation is one of his greatest contributions - he himself claimed that belief in creation is second in importance only to belief in God - there is still considerable debate on what that contribution was. Kenneth Seeskin takes a close look at the problems Maimonides faced and the sources from which he drew. He argues that Maimonides meant exactly what he said: the world was created be a free act of God so the existence of everything other than God is contingent. In religious terms, existence is a gift. To reach this conclusion, Seeskin examines Maimonides' view of God, miracles, the limits of human knowledge, and the claims of astronomy to be a science+-+K8009367058268ocn149202111book20080.27Kraemer, Joel LMaimonides : the life and world of one of civilization's greatest mindsHistoryBiography"Maimonides lived in tumultuous times, at the peak of the Reconquista in Spain and the Crusades in Palestine. His monumental compendium of Jewish law, the Mishneh Tarah, became a basis of all subsequent Jewish legal codes and brought him recognition as one of the foremost lawgivers. In Egypt, his training as a physician earned him a place in the entourage of the great Sultan Saladin, and he wrote medical works in Arabic that were translated into Hebrew and Latin and studied for centuries in Europe. As a philosopher and scientist, he contributed to mathematics and astronomy, logic and ethics, politics and theology. His Guide of the Perplexed, a masterful interweaving of religious tradition and scientific and philosophic thought, influenced generations of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish thinkers." "Now, in a dazzling work of scholarship, Joel Kraemer tells the complete story of Maimonides' rich life, Maimonides is at once a portrait of a great historical figure and an excursion into the Mediterranean world of the twelfth century. Kraemer draws on a wealth of original sources to re-create a remarkable period In history when Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions clashed and mingled in a setting alive with intense intellectual exchange and religious conflict."--Jacket+-+K4466003857379ocn000271957book19240.63Roth, LeonSpinoza, Descartes, & Maimonides+-+9587501775324+-+9587501775324Thu Oct 16 16:00:13 EDT 2014batch233855