Hebrew Language #16 Hebrew Literature #13 Maimonides, Maimonists and anti-Maimonists
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Today we come to one of the most important figures of Jewish literature of the medieval period, the Jewish philosopher, jurist, and physician Maimonides often better known as Rambam.