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    • JPHI 1611: Nachmanides 

      Schimmel, Ilan (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-09)
      Course Objectives This course focuses on a variety of fascinating theological and philosophical concepts that emerge from the writings of Nachmanides. Special attention will be given to Nachamanides’ Commentary on the ...
    • JPHI1650H: Maimonides and his Enemies 

      Lerner, Dov (The Zahava and Moshael Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought ; Stern College for Women, 2022-01)
      COURSE OVERVIEW This semester we will explore the legacy of perhaps the most renowned and influential Jewish thinker in history: Maimonides. Over the first half of the course, we will examine his historical and intellectual ...
    • The Legal Philosophy and Jurisprudence of Rabbi Moshe ben Nahman (Ramban) 

      Rosensweig, Itamar (2022-01)
      Rabbi Moshe ben Nahman (Ramban) was an influential communal leader, biblical exegete, Jewish philosopher, kabbalist, poet, and halakhist. Ramban contributed extensively and profoundly to the whole range of these disciplines. ...