OTHER WORDS FROM MaimonidesMai·mon·i·de·an, adjective, noun
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She had enrolled at Maimonides University in North Miami Beach in order to work towards a degree in clinical sexology.
Most well-known among them was the Maimonides Synagogue, which was flooded after the 1992 earthquake and reopened in 2010.Egyptian Jewish Leader Fought To Keep Heritage At Home|Hussein Omar|April 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And it is not his writings on Maimonides that the hip religious youth are reading.
They owned books by an English scholar, Henry Ainsworth, who used the Jewish philosopher Maimonides to show that this was so.
Here also appears clearly the anti-intellectualism of Crescas and his disagreement with Maimonides and Gersonides.
To be sure, Spinoza's philosophy is somewhat better known than that of Maimonides.Jewish Literature and Other Essays|Gustav Karpeles
Maimonides fled from Spain to Cairo, in Egypt, from fanaticism and persecution.
It reads in Maimonides as follows: We see constantly things existing potentially and coming into actuality.
At Tiberias also are the tombs of distinguished Jewish teachers, including Maimonides.