Küçükali, Adnan
March 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2007, Vol. 11 Issue 31, p141
Academic Journal
This study entitled Mosses Maimonides. Philosophy consists of two purposes, The first is Mosses Maimonides. life, methodology, works, his position and effects on Islamic and Jewish philosophy. Also, another aim of this article is to explain his thoughts by using his works and the commentators on his books, and especially tried to show al-Farabi and Ibn Sina's effect on his thoughts.


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