The Guide of the Perplexed, Volume 1

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University of Chicago Press, May 15, 2010 - Religion - 384 pages
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This monument of rabbinical exegesis written at the end of the twelfth century has exerted an immense and continuing influence upon Jewish thought. Its aim is to liberate people from the tormenting perplexities arising from their understanding of the Bible according only to its literal meaning. This edition contains extensive introductions by Shlomo Pines and Leo Strauss, a leading authority on Maimonides.
 

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Wow! If I could give more stars to this book, I would. Moreh Nevuchim helps to dispel common misconceptions people have over passages in the Torah/Bible. Ultimately, the goal of Rambam, is to help the ... Read full review

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Moses Maimonides (1135 1204) was a rabbi, theologian, andphysician, in Moorish Spain and then in Egypt, and is consideredby many as the greatest medieval Jewish philosopher.

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