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It seems like a pretty dry history of a great man. Then again, the others I've read haven't exactly been page turners either. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dana Friedman
I purchased the Audible version, and about 2 or so hours into it I have decided not to listen to the remaining 18 hours. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeffrey H. Mindich
This book differed dramatically from my expectations. Based on editorial and other reviews, I anticipated commentary about Maimonides great work, The Guide to the Perplexed. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Readsalot
Written by an author who is a scholar of languages ( the preface will remind you of Bernard Lewis's autobiography), the book relies on the writings and letters of Maimonides and at... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Keith Costigan
An interesting and well written and researched book about a fascinating person.
If you are all interested in this period or the history of jewish philosophy then this is... Read more
I did not get enough of the wisdom of this rarest of men in this book. A pity.Published 9 months ago by Benedict
inspiring, where can we find someone like the Rambam today.Published 10 months ago by Hard to please
A tremendous view into the mind of a giant in Western thought as well as a tumultuous period in world history.Published 14 months ago by William J. West