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Introduction -- The Bible -- Rabbinic Judaism -- Medieval Jewish philosophy -- Kabbalah -- Modern Zionism -- Conclusions.
Keywords Peace Judaism  Violence Judaism  Rabbinical literature History and criticism  Jewish philosophy  Philosophy, Medieval  Cabala  Zionism
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Call number BM538.P3.E37 2011
ISBN(s) 0199751471   9780199751471
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Medieval Jewish Philosophy

This chapter explores medieval Jewish philosophy by focusing primarily on Maimonides. Maimonides implicitly develops a peaceful reading of Judaism by accentuating a universalism predicated on the notion that all human beings can achieve intellectual perfection. Moreover, Maimonides mitigat... see more

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