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By Moses Maimonides / Columbia University Press / 1912
Scholars generally agree that Maimonides’ main intention for his writings on ethics was to unify traditional Jewish belief and Aristotelian philosophy. Highly educated in both realms, Maimonides provided the world with teachings which are still appreciated today. In this translation, Joseph I Gorfinkle introduces valuable insight into Maimonides’ writings.
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Moses Maimonides (1135–1204) was a rabbi, physician, and philosopher in Morocco and Egypt. His ethical writings on Jewish law establish him as one of the most influential rabbis and philosophers in Jewish history. Today, his writings are still widely regarded as authoritative texts. His other works include a number of medical treatises, Commentary on the Mishna, and the Mishneh Torah.