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Maimonides

Syllabification: Mai·mon·i·des
Pronunciation: /mīˈmänidēz
 
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( 1135–1204), Jewish philosopher and rabbinic scholar, born in Spain; born Moses ben Maimon. His Guide for the Perplexed (1190) attempts to reconcile Talmudic scripture with the philosophy of Aristotle.

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