166 - Tamar Rudavsky on Gersonides and Crescas
Tamar Rudavsky joins Peter to talk about the two great medieval Jewish thinkers after Maimonides: Gersonides and Crescas.
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• T. Rudavsky, “The Theory of Time in Maimonides and Crescas,” Viator 11 (1980), 289-320.
• T. Rudavsky (ed.), Divine Omniscience and Omnipotence in Medieval Philosophy, (Dordrecht: 1985).
• T. Rudavsky, Time Matters: Time, Creation and Cosmology in Medieval Jewish Philosophy, (Albany: 2000).
• T. Rudavsky and S. Nadler (eds), The Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy: From Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Cambridge: 2009).
• T. Rudavsky, “Christian Scholasticism and Jewish Philosophy in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries," in D.H. Frank and O. Leaman (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Jewish Thought (Cambridge: 2003).