Democracy and the moser.
Some theological and political reflections.
Making sense of Maimonides’ contradictions.
The great scientist used talmudic phrases in one manuscript.
At the very least, one should learn some humility.
A new exhibit displays the physical legacy of the great sage’s work.
A new study of Jewish law in the medieval Muslim world argues that he did.
Via Cairo, Aleppo, and Oxford.
No kabbalist, but someone who yearned for mystical union with the Divine.
Judaism and the “last of the magicians.”
To coincide with the Jews’ readmission to Spain.
“The most systematic, comprehensive commentary on Maimonides’ code ever produced.”