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Maimonides

Maimonides: Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, known by the acronym the “Rambam”, 1135-1204; Cordoba (Spain), Fez (Morocco) and Fostat (old Cairo, Egypt); codifier, philosopher, communal leader, and court physician to Sultan Saladin of Egypt; author of a commentary on the Mishnah, the Book of Mitzvot, Mishneh Torah, the Guide to the Perplexed and many other works

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Maimonides The life and works of Moses Maimonides RankRankRankRankRankRank
The most renowned of the Jewish medieval scholars, Maimonides indelibly changed the face of Judaism. Read about his scholarship and achievements, and the modern-day global campaign to incorporate his teachings into every Jew’s daily study schedule.
Maimonides: His Life and Works Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, 1135-1204 ("Rambam") RankRankRankRankRankRank
Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, Talmudist, Halachist, physician, philosopher and communal leader, known in the Jewish world by the acronym "Rambam" and to the world at large as "Maimonides."
The Rambam A Biography Book RankRankRankRankRankRank
This brief biography brings to light many little-known facts about Maimonides, twelfth-century philosopher and physician.
Maimonides was born in Cordova, Spain, on the day before Pesach, Nissan 14, 1135. His father Rabbi Maimon was a great scholar. From his father he received his first instruction in Scripture, Talmud and mathematics. The young Moshe was gifted with a...
Biographical Sketch of the Rambam Studies in Maimonides: Lesson 1 Video RankRankRankRankRankRank
Biographical Sketch of the Rambam
This seven-part series on the works of Maimonides begins with a brief overview of his life.
Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, Talmudist, Halachist, physician, philosopher and communal leader, known in the Jewish world by the acronym "Rambam" and to the world at large as "Maimonides", was born in Cordova, Spain, on the 14th of Nissan of the year 4895 from...
The 4th of Iyar was observed by Maimonides (Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, 1135-1204) as a personal day of fasting and prayer. Maimonides recounts that when he and his family were fleeing Islamic persecution from Fez, Morocco to the Holy Land, their ship was...
Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, Talmudist, Halachist, physician, philosopher and communal leader, known in the Jewish world by the acronym "Rambam" and to the world at large as "Maimonides", passed away in Egypt on the 20th of Tevet in 1204. Links: A brief...
Divine Knowledge and Human Choice The Question that Everyone Asks Q&A RankRankRankRankRankRank
Three classical approaches to the paradox of divine knowledge and human choice in the light of chassidic philosophy
This class describes the outstanding life of the Rambam and the great books he authored.
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