Harvard University Press (2007)

Abstract
Maimonides was the most significant Jewish thinker, jurist, and doctor of the Middle Ages. The essays in this volume were written to mark the 800th anniversary of his death in 1204. Written by the leading scholars in the field, they cover all aspects of Maimonides' work and influence.
Keywords Jewish philosophy  Judaism
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