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A brief commentary prepared by Patrick Thomas, PhD, Assistant Professor, English, on the following work:
Moreh Nebukhim (The Guide of the Perplexed)
Possibly Rome, ca. 1469; first edition; translated from Judeo-Arabic into Hebrew by Samuel Ibn Tibbon
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Jennifer Speed of the College of Arts and Sciences discusses Moses Maimonides’s exploration of the intersections of faith and reason in medieval Jewish thought; she also reflects on the impact of Maimonides’s work on theological and philosophical thinking in Christian and Islamic traditions.