Maimonides

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 (mī-mŏn′ĭ-dēz′), Moses Originally Moses ben Maimon. Known as "Rambam." 1135?-1204.
Spanish-born Egyptian physician, rabbi, and philosopher who codified the Talmud in the Mishneh Torah (1170-1180) and attempted to reconcile Aristotelian philosophy with Jewish theology in Guide for the Perplexed (1190).

Maimonides

(maɪˈmɒnɪˌdiːz)
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(Biography) also called Rabbi Moses ben Maimon. 1135–1204, Jewish philosopher, physician, and jurist, born in Spain. He codified Jewish law in Mishneh Torah (1180)
Maiˌmoniˈdean adj, n

Mai•mon•i•des

(maɪˈmɒn ɪˌdiz)

n.
(Moses ben Maimon) ( “RaMBaM” ), 1135–1204, Jewish philosopher and jurist.
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192) There appears to be some disagreement in the Talmud as to whether one is required to speak one's sins out loud, (193) and many commentators on Maimonadies are bewildered by the approach he took in reaching this ruling, (194) particularly because King David (195) in Psalms says "[f]ortunate is the one .