Moses Maimonides (Moses ben Maimon, Rambam), 1135-1204. Medieval Jewish philosopher and Talmudic scholar. His Aristotelian teachings were influential with both Islamic and Christian medieval scholars, most notably Aquinas.

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Jewish Encyclopedia: Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides)
Article on the life, work, philosophy, and influence of the Spanish-born Talmudist.
Maimonides Resource Page
Extensive links and an online edition of Immanuel O'Levy's translation of the first book of the Mishneh Torah.
Online Jewish Library: Maimonides / Rambam
Biographical article on this medieval scholar.
The Rambam, His Life and Works
A brief history of the Rambam, Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, known also as Maimonidies.
Teaching of Moses Maimonides
Article by William Turner from the Catholic Encyclopedia. Discusses this thinker's life and doctrines.
Wikipedia: Maimonides
Entry from this openly-edited online reference work.

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