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Moreh nevuchim

Moreh nevukhim : Taame ha-mitsvĐot : part III chapters 26-54 : The Mitzvos, including comments from Rambam

by Moses Maimonides

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Published by Yeshivath Beth Moshe in Scranton, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medieval Philosophy,
  • Jewish philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes glossary.

    Other titlesRambam :, Guide for the perplexed, Moreh nevuchim - the mitzvos
    Statementtranslated and annotated by Avraham Yaakov Finkel
    ContributionsFinkel, Avraham Yaakov
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM545 D3.5 F5.5 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 pages ;
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26574747M
    ISBN 101892692325
    ISBN 109781892692320
    OCLC/WorldCa793413415

      From angels and the afterlife to suffering and Divine providence, The God Book addresses all things spiritual through classic works of Jewish philosophy. Works summarized include the Rambam’s Moreh Nevuchim (Guide for the Perplexed), Ramchal’s Derech Hashem (Way of God), ibn Pakuda’s Chovos HaLevavo. Is there an English translation on the Internet of Rambam's philosophic treatise on Jewish philosophy, Moreh Nevuchim? Stack Exchange Network Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

    Moreh Nevuchim [”Guide to the Perplexed.”] > with commentary Givath Hamoreh by Salomon Maimon. this is book in which Spinoza is discussed.>> This is a year earlier than that recorded by Fanny K. Berg (see The Spinoza Collection in the Hebrew Union College Library, in: Studies in Bibliography and. An overview of Moreh Nevuchim. Book one: the book begins with Rambam’s thesis against anthropomorphism (God) described with human characteristics). In the Bible, one can find many expressions which describe aspects of God in human terms, for instance, the “hand of God”, rambam was strongly against what he believed to be a heresy among.

    Looking for books by Maimonides? See all books authored by Maimonides, including Moreh Nevuchim, and Ethical Writings of Maimonides, and more on Excerpts from Maimonides' 'Guide For The Perplexed' organized to the order of the verses in the Torah. Interpretations of biblical verses and the rationale behind precepts as written by Maimonides, while citing the source of each excerpt. The editor,Rabbi Dovid Makover, added .


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The Guide for the Perplexed, written by Maimonides (Rambam), contains the author’s philosophical views. It is written in the form of a letter to his student, Rabbi Joseph ben Judah of Ceuta. Originally written in Judeo-Arabic, it was later translated to Hebrew ().

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This version also features a Hebrew explanation of difficult words and extensive indexes including a very large subject evidence. Moreh Nevuchim - The Guide for the Perplexed Paperback – March 1, by Moses Maimonides (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — — Hardcover — Author: Moses Maimonides. Maimonides also authored the Guide for the Perplexed, or Moreh Nevuchim, a foundational work on Jewish philosophy; the Letter of Martyrdom, a letter to Yemenite Jews encouraging them in their difficult plight; and other letters (gathered together in Pe'er Hador and today published as a single volume).

Moreh Nevuchim, The Guide for the Perplexed, discovers early on that it is no ordinary book. Rambam informs us in the first few pages 1 that in writing the book, he was guided by the halachic injunction 2 against teaching the esoteric foundations of the Torah 3 — Ma’asaeh Bereishit (Creation) and Ma’aseh Merkavah (the Vision of the.

Excerpts from Maimonides' 'Guide For The Perplexed' organized to the order of the verses in the Torah. Interpretations of biblical verses and the rationale behind precepts as written by Maimonides, while citing the source of each excerpt.

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Hava Books. Hebrew. Part one, volume. The Guide for the Perplexed is Maimonides' major philosophical work, and is widely considered to be the most influential book of medieval Jewish philosophy. Originally written in Judeo-Arabic, its Hebrew translation by Samuel ibn Tibbon became the book's standard edition, and it has also been translated into several European languages.

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