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Judeo-Arabic Liturgy: Practice and Culture.
(NY: Yeshiva College. Yeshiva University., 2019-05-31)
With so much emphasis on prayer in Judaism and its use as arguably the most effective method of connecting with G-d in a physical world, there is no surprise for the vastly complex details of how to pray, where to pray, ...
Scientific Thought: Validation Through Publication via The Transactional Accounts of the Royal Society in the 17th Century
(NY: Yeshiva College. Yeshiva University., 2019)
The age of the Internet has transformed scholarly publishing from a closed and highly scrutinized process to a relatively unsupervised and open online affair. Predatory scientific journals have emerged online and solicit ...
Calcium-independent Phospholipase A2β is Vital in Neurons and Possibly Other Tissues to Inhibit Age-Related Motor Degeneration.
(NY: Yeshiva College. Yeshiva University., 2019-09)
By 2020, nearly one million Americans will be living with Parkinson’s disease (PD), and nearly ten million worldwide. This number outstrips every other age-related neurodegenerative disease save for Alzheimer disease (AD). ...
Explorations in the Exegetical Methodology and Theology of Ramban’s Commentary to the Torah
(Yeshiva College, 2016-09)
Today, there is almost no question that the most recognized name in medieval Jewish philosophy is Moses Maimonides, but this great familiarity of Maimonides as a personal figure does not necessarily mean that he had the ...