Providence in the Philosophy of Gersonides

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Providence in the Philosophy of Gersonides

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Gersonides (1283-1344) was the first significant figure to arise in Jewish philosophic thought after the death of Maimonides. Regarded as the greatest and most independent of the post-Maimonideans, Gersonides' philosophical writings reflect broad scholarly interest. This is the first translation into English of a treatise of Gersonides' "Milhamot Adonai". Milhamot Adonai has been compared to Maimonides guide of the perplexed and Aristotles's work in terms of critical analysis, rigorous logical precision and technical exposition.

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1973

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Yeshiva University Press

Providence in the Philosophy of Gersonides

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