Maimonidean Criticism and the Maimonidean Controversy, 1180-1240

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E.J. Brill, 1965 - Social Science - 219 pages
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Daniel Silver s Maimonidean Criticism constitutes a landmark in the historiography of Maimonideanism in general and of the controversy of the 1230s in particular. Brill has thus brought this important book back into print for students wishing an introduction to this debate.

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Contents

Introduction
1
the Manthe Teachingsthe Presence
18
III The Awkward Controversy
41
Copyright

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Daniel Jeremy Silver (1928-1989) earned his PhD in 1963 from the University of Chicago. He was an adjunct professor of religion at Case Western Reserve University from 1968 until 1986 and the author of several books, including "The History of Judaism" (1974) and "Images of Moses" (1982).

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