Maimonides

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Spanish philosopher considered the greatest Jewish scholar of the Middle Ages who codified Jewish law in the Talmud (1135-1204)

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19) The great rabbinical authority Maimonedes captured this sentiment when he wrote that a Jew who voluntarily brings his case to secular court instead of utilizing the beth din has behaved "as if he had raised his hand against the Torah.
See TALMUD BAVLI, Tractate Gittin 88b; see also SHULCHAN ARUCH, Hoshen Mishpat 26:1 (restating MAIMONEDES, MISHNAH TORAH, Tactate Sanhedrin 25:7).
Porque al decir espanola, estan ignorandose las diferencias andaluzas y, de estas, se excluyen ejemplos como el de la Escuela Retorica de Cordoba, que tradujo del arabe al latin la vieja enciclopedia griega actualizada y comentada por pensadores como Averroes y Maimonedes.
He argues for a return to Biblical practices and a rejection of the "Enlightened"Judaism characteristic of Maimonedes and most subsequent Orthodox Jewish theologians.
In New York City, the market which currently has the greatest concentration of our subscribing physicians, African American Medical Network's programming is being carried in the hospital and clinic waiting rooms of Montefiore Medical Center, Brookdale University Hospital, Maimonedes Medical Center and Mt.