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Moses Maimonides" Treatise on resurrection

Moses Maimonides

Moses Maimonides" Treatise on resurrection

with Rabbi Shmuel Ibn Tibbon"s Hebrew translation

by Moses Maimonides

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Published by Ta Shma Media in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Resurrection (Jewish theology)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMaimonides" Treatise on resurrection., Maḳalah fī teḥiyat ha-metim., Maʼamar teḥiyat ha-metim., Treatise on resurrection.
    Statementtranslated into English from the original Arabic, with an introduction, commentary, and notes by Elimelekh M.S. Polinsky.
    ContributionsIbn Tibbon, Shmuel, 12th/13th cent., Polinsky, Elimelekh M. S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM645.R47 M6713 1982b
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3509909M
    LC Control Number82062036

      Moses, son of Maimon (Rambam in Hebrew, Abu Imran Musa Ibn Maimun in Arabic), was born in Cordova, Spain on 30 March , corresponding to Passover eve of the Hebrew year His mother died in childbirth, and consequently his father Dayan (judge) Maimon raised him. Persecution by the Almochades, a fanatical group from North Africa, Author: Fred Rosner. The Life of Moses Maimonides, a Prominent Medieval Physician 4MEDICAL HISTORY ABSTRACT Moses Maimonides was the most prominent Jewish medieval physician. His 10 medical treaties, all now avail-able in English translation, show his humanism as a physi-cian and emphasis on preventive medicine. In these.

      Maimonides notes the long incubation period (about 40 days) and the hydrophobia of rabies. Included in this text are remedies of medicine and food for every conceivable bite or sting. Lastly, he describes how to recognize the signs of many kinds of food spoilage. Volume I, Book 2, is the “Treatise on Hemorrhoids”. From inside the book. What people are saying Letters of Maimonides Moses Maimonides Snippet view - position present principle proof prophet punishment question Rabbi rational reason reference reflected regard religious response resurrection revealed sages scholars Scriptures sense similar soul spirit statement suffer sure Talmud.

    Maimonides interprets piety chiefly as a regimen for curing the diseases of the soul. Since piety is part of the prophet's self-discipline, the prophetic way of life is also exam­ ined in some detail. Here again Maimonides quotes the rabbis: "Piety brings about the holy spirit." He presupposes, here and elsewhere, that the Jewish and. Moses, son of Maimon, (Rambam in Hebrew, Abu Imran Musa Ibn Maimun in Arabic, and Maimonides in Greek) was born in Cordova, Spain, on Ma (Passover eve of the Hebrew year ). His ancestry traces back to the royal house of King David of Israel. Maimonides' mother died in childbirth and consequently his father Dayan (judge) Maimon Cited by: 5.


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