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Yale Medicine Magazine, 2006 - Spring


by Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D. ’55, HS ’61 (Schocken Books) Maimonides was a physician, a Torah scholar, a community leader and a philosopher who attempted to reconcile scientific knowledge with faith in God. He was a Jew living in a Muslim world, a rationalist living in a time of superstition. Nuland gives us a portrait of Maimonides that makes his life, his times and his thought accessible to the general reader.

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