2 edition of outline of the life and works of Maimonides found in the catalog.
outline of the life and works of Maimonides
Herbert M. Adler
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Get this from a library. An outline of the life and works of Maimonides: for the use of teachers of senior classes. [Herbert M Adler]. Moses Maimonides, Jewish philosopher, jurist, and physician, the foremost intellectual figure of medieval Judaism. His first major work, begun at age 23 and completed 10 years later, was a commentary on the Mishna, the collected Jewish oral laws.
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Home Essays Moses Maimonides. Famous Authors (View All Authors) Mrs. Yule. Richard Jefferies. Edward Bulwer-lytton. The VBM sends its condolences to the author of this series, Rav Eli Hadad, on the loss of his father, Hayim Hadad z"l. May God comfort you among the rest of the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem, and may his memory be a blessing.
Shiur # The Life of Maimonides and His Halakhic Works. THE LIFE OF MOSES MAIMONIDES “ Before the sun of Eli had set the sun of Samuel had risen.” Before the voice of the prophets had ceased to guide the people, the Interpreters of the Law, the Doctors of the Talmud, had commenced their labours, and before the Academies of Sura and of Pumbadita were closed, centres of Jewish thought and learning were already flourishing in the far West.