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THE EIGHT CHAPTERS OF MAIMONIDES ON ETHICS


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Front MatterTitle PageCopyright PageHalf Title PageNOTEDedication PagePREFACETable Of ContentsABBREVIATIONS AND SIGNSContentsIntroductionI. THE OBJECT OF MAIMONIDES' WORKS. THE COMMENTARY ON THE MISHNAH. THE SHEMONAH PERAKIMTHE EIGHT CHAPTERS — TRANSLATIONFOREWORDI. CONCERNING THE HUMAN SOUL AND ITS FACULTIESII. CONCERNING THE TRANSGRESSIONS OF THE FACULTIES OF THE SOUL AND THE DESIGNATION OF THOSE FACULTIES WHICH ARE THE SEAT OF THE VIRTUES AND THE VICESIII. CONCERNING THE DISEASES OF THE SOULIV. CONCERNING THE CURE OP THE DISEASES OF THE SOULV. CONCERNING THE APPLICATION OP MAN'S PSYCHIC FACULTIES TOWARDS THE ATTAINMENT OF A SINGLE GOALVI. CONCERNING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE SAINTLY [OR HIGHLY ETHICAL] MAN AND HIM WHO [SUBDUES HIS PASSIONS AND] HAS SELF-RESTRAINTVII. CONCERNING THE BARRIER (BETWEEN GOD AND MAN) AND ITS SIGNIFICATIONVIII. CONCERNING THE NATURAL DISPOSITION OF MANBack MatterINDEXINDEX OP SCRIPTURAL PASSAGESGenesisExodusLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomyII SamueI KingsII KingsIsaiahJeremiahHoseaZechariahMalachiPsalmsProverbsRuthLamentationsEcclesiastesNehemiahI ChroniclesINDEX OF QUOTATIONS FROM THE TALMUDMISHNAHBABYLONIAN TALMUDTARGUM ONKELOSPALESTINIAN TALMUDMIDRASHIMHebrew SectionHalf Title PageContents
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