Lerner's chapter on Maimonides
turns out to have the same concerns, but not quite the same answers.
first reminds us that the order of what we eat is extremely important: "Laxative foods" like figs, pears and melons should be eaten before the meal.
His commentary in Judeo-Arabic was started in Fez around 1161 and finished in Egypt in 1168, when Maimonides
It has been claimed that although Maimonides
was not a feminist, others were far worse, for at least he did not categorically deny women's intellectual potential.
Palabras clave: Tomas de Aquino, Maimonides
, fe, elitismo, religion, misticismo, metafisica.
The entire Maimonides
School community is profoundly saddened as we mourn the senseless murder of our graduate, Rabbi Mosheh Twersky,'' Head of School Naty Katz said in a statement.
s approach was his rediscovery of the practice of "esoteric writing" engaged in by each of the aforementioned authors, but about which he first learned from Maimonides
Sin embargo, Halbertal nos advierte en la Introduccion que tratar especificamente de Maimonides
might be the greatest Jewish mind--legal or otherwise--to have ever walked the earth.
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However, when tracing the transmission of the Masorah (chain of tradition), Maimonides
(Rambam) mentions the rabbinical court of Ezra, known as the "Men of the Great Assembly", (4) and notes that the last of these sages was Simeon the Just, whom he describes as the high priest some time after Ezra.
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The second part contains more specialized essays on Mose Maimonides
, the near-ancient Jewish philosopher, regarding Maimonides
"true opinion" about philosophical and theological questions.
states in the introduction to his Guide for the Perplexed that although he will undertake to explain truths that must be concealed from the vulgar, he will do so in such a way that they remain hidden to most readers but revealed to the worthy in flashes (Guide, Part I: Introduction, 6-7 of Shlomo Pines' translation, University of Chicago Press, 1963).