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medical aphorisms of Moses Maimonides.

Moses Maimonides

medical aphorisms of Moses Maimonides.

by Moses Maimonides

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Published by Yeshiva University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine, Arab,
  • Medicine -- Aphorisms,
  • Aphorisms and Proverbs,
  • Medicine, Arabic

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslated and edited by Fred Rosner and Suessman Muntner.
    SeriesStudies in Judaica -- 3-4.
    ContributionsRosner, Fred., Muntner, Su ssmann, 1897-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. 23 cm.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14073694M

      Author of Sefer zeraʻim, The book of divine commandments, Kitāb al-fuṣūl fī al-ṭibb, Sharḥ asmāʾ al-ʻuqqār, Medical Aphorisms, Sefer ahavah, Rambam . There are many additional aphorisms dealing with the lung, heart and chest and their diseases among the medical aphorisms of Maimonides. I hope that the reader has been stimulated by these excerpts to read further in the medical writings of the medieval giant of Judaism, Moses Maimonides, specifically his Treatise on Asthma 8 x 8 Muntner, by: 5.

    Maimonides remarks, “A man would have to be either prophet or genius to know this” (Rosner, ). The third of Maimonides’ medical works, the most volu-minous of all, is the Medical Aphorisms of Moses (Pirkei Moshe). This book comprises aphorisms based mainly on . Medical works. Maimonides wrote ten known medical works in Arabic that have been translated by the Jewish medical ethicist Fred Rosner into contemporary English. [26] Extracts from Galen, or The Art of Cure, is essentially an extract of Galen's extensive writings. Commentary on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates is interspersed with his own views.

      The publication of this volume, the fourth in the series of parallel and critical Arabic–English editions of Moses Maimonides’ Medical Aphorisms, indicates the continuing progress of Gerrit Bos in making the entire medical oeuvre of this influential medieval rabbi, philosopher and physician available to the scholarly : Kenneth E. Collins. The original Arabic text of Maimonides’ major medical work, Medical Aphorisms, was critically edited and translated into English by Gerrit Bos in the years , and published in earlier volumes of the book series The Medical Works of Moses present work is the first critical edition of the medieval Hebrew translation by R. Zeraḥyah ben Isaac ben Sheʾaltiel : Gerrit Bos.


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It consists of approximately 1, maxims compiled by Maimonides from the treatises of Galen. Maimonides arranges the aphorisms into twenty-five treatises, organizing them by traditional medieval subspecialties such as 5/5(2).

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New York: Yeshiva University. In this article, the ten medical works of Moses Maimonides will be reviewed together as a collection, and we will explore examples of the concepts which reveal the framework of his medical philosophy.

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This fourth volume of the critical edition of the medical aphorisms compiled by Maimonides (–) covers treatises sixteen to twenty-one. The central subjects of these treatises include women’s diseases, physical exercise, bathing, foods, and the consumption of drugs.

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He was born Main Córdoba, Spain, and named Moses Ben Maimon Ben Joseph (Maimonides in Greek). In some parts of the world he is known simply as RAMBAM. The first complete English translation of Maimonides' collection of original and cited aphorisms (Galen, Hippocrates, and Arabic sources).

The explanatory footnotes of the editors clarify many obscure textual points for the amateur in medical history but sometimes go too far in assigning prescience to Maimonides for later developments (as in anticipating Harvey on circulation of the blood) or.

Annotated translations of the Fifteenth through the Twenty-Fifth Treatises, which are devoted notably to aphorisms on surgery, hygiene, therapeutics, rare diseases, and, in the last, to an attack on Galen. Index to Volumes I and II. Of interest to students of ancient and medieval medicine. Maimonides’s most popular book is The Guide for the Perplexed.

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Medical Aphorisms: Treatises by. Maimonides. Maimonides died on Decem (20th of Tevet ) in is widely believed that he was briefly buried in the study room (beit hamidrash) of the synagogue courtyard, and that, soon after, in accordance with his wishes, his remains were exhumed and taken to Tiberias, where he was re-interred.

[36]The Tomb of Maimonides on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee in Israel marks Born: orCórdoba, Almoravid Empire (present. The first complete English translation of Maimonides' collection of original and cited aphorisms (Galen, Hippocrates, and Arabic sources). The explanatory footnotes of the editors clarify many obscure textual points for the amateur in medical history but sometimes go too far in assigning prescience to Maimonides for later developments (as in anticipating Harvey on circulation of the.

The bookseries The Medical Works of Moses Maimonides aims to provide critical editions of all the medical works by the famous rabbi, philosopher and medical doctor Moses Maimonides (). The series is part of an ongoing project. Volumes were published by Brigham Young University Press.

ACADEMIC BOARD Gerrit Bos (University of Cologne) Lawrence I. Conrad (University of Hamburg. Moses Maimonides (fig 1 1)) was a world‐renowned medieval physician and he was born Moses, son of Maimon (also known as Moses Maimonides or Rambam), in Cordova, Spain. A fanatical Islamic sect from North Africa forced his family into exile, and having travelled for 10 years, they settled in Fez, Morocco, before moving again in to Fostat (Old Cited by: 2.

Medical Aphorisms is the best known and most comprehensive of Maimonides' medical works, and Gerrit Bos offers here a masterful English translation with detailed annotations. It consists of approximately 1, maxims compiled by Maimonides from the treatises of Galen/5(4).