Written in the 12th century, Moses Maimonides' "Guide for the
Perplexed" was a long letter to one of his rabbinical students
discussing a variety of philosophical matters concerning theology.
In part, the text seeks to clarify some of the contradictions
between the literal meaning of the Torah and its philosophical
explications. A strong influence on philosophical discourse since
its publication, the text continues to interest contemporary
philosophers and theologians.
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