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Maimonides is a medieval Jewish philosopher with considerable influence on Jewish thought, and on philosophy in general.
Maimonides also was an important codifier of Jewish law.
This discussion of his philosophy focuses on some key features and themes rather than aiming to be a comprehensive survey.
He died in 1204 and his death was felt as a considerable loss.
Maimonides remains an important philosopher and key figure in Jewish religious tradition, offering extensive guidance on matters of Jewish law and Jewish life.
Knowledge of Talmud, study of it, commentary upon it, and following its guidance bound Jews together as a people in covenant with God.
In addition to being an expert on scripture and Talmud, Maimonides was an important judge and legal official in the Jewish community in Egypt.