(ca. 1380ca. 1435/44). Last noteworthy Jewish medieval philos.; b. Monreal, Sp. (ca. 125 mi. ENE of Madrid). In Sepher ha-Ikkarim (Book of Dogmas) he defended Judaism against Christianity by reducing the foundations of religion to 3 primary principles: existence of God, divine revelation, and reward and punishment.
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