Maimonides in His World: Portrait of a Mediterranean Thinker

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ABBREVIATIONS

Works of Maimonides

Commentary on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates, = Moshe ben Maimon: Commentary on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates, ed. Suessmann Muntner, Hebrew trans. Moshe Ibn Tibbon (Maimonides, Medical Works, III) (Jerusalem: Mosad Harav Kook, 1961).

Commentary on the Mishnah = Mishnah ʿim Perush Rabbenu Moshe ben Maimon, ed. J. Kapah (Jerusalem, 1965).

Dalāla = MŪsa ben Maymūn, Dalālat al-hāʾirīn, ed. S. Munk and I. Yoel (Jerusalem, 1931).

Epistulae = Moshe ben Maimon, Epistulae, ed. D. H. Baneth (Jerusalem, 1946).

Epistles = Iggerot ha- Rambam, ed. I. Shailat, 2 vols (Jerusalem: Ma'aliyot, 1987–88).

The Guide of the Perplexed: References to the Guide indicate part and chapter, with a following reference, respectively, to Munk- Joel's edition of the Judaeo- Arabic text (page and line) and to Pines's English translation. For example, Guide, 3.27 (Dalāla, 371:17; Pines, 510), indicates The Guide of the Perplexed, Part 3, chapter 27 (page 371, line 17, in Munk- Joel's edition; page 510 in Pines's translation).

Letters = Rabbi Moshe Ben Maimon, Iggerot: Letters, ed. and trans. J. Kafih (Jerusalem, 1987).

Medical Aphorisms = Maimonides, Medical Aphorisms, Treatises 1- 5 (Kitāb al- fusūl fī'l-tibb). ed., trans. and annotated by Gerrit Bos (The Medical Works of Moses Maimonides) (Provo: Brigham Young University Press, 2004).

Medical Aphorisms (Pirqei Moshe), ed. Seussmann Muntner (Jerusalem, 1959).

Mishneh Torah = Moshe ben Maimon, Mishneh Torah (Jerusalem, 1965).

On Asthma = Maimonides On Asthma (maqāla fīl-rabwi), ed., trans. and annotated by Gerrit Bos. (The Complete Medical Works of Moses Maimonides, vol. 1) (Provo: Brigham Young University 2002).

Pines = Moses Maimonides, The Guide of the Perplexed. Trans. with an Introduction and Notes by Shlomo Pines (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1963).

Responsa = Moshe ben Maimon, Responsa, ed. J. Blau. 4 vols. (Jerusalem, 1986).

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