Maimonides Quote

In short, the opinion of Aristotle is this: Everything is the result of management which is constant, which does not come to an end and does not change any of its properties, as e. g., the heavenly beings, and everything which continues according to a certain rule... But that which is not constant, and does not follow a certain rule... is due to chance and not to management; it is in no relation to Divine Providence. Aristotle holds that it is even impossible to ascribe to Providence that management of these things.... It is the belief of those who turned away from our Law and said: "God hath forsaken the earth." (Ezek. ix. 9)


Ch.17 - Guide for the Perplexed (c. 1190) - Part III

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In short, the opinion of Aristotle is this: Everything is the result of management which is constant, which does not come to an end and does not...

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In short, the opinion of Aristotle is this: Everything is the result of management which is constant, which does not come to an end and does not...

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In short, the opinion of Aristotle is this: Everything is the result of management which is constant, which does not come to an end and does not...

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In short, the opinion of Aristotle is this: Everything is the result of management which is constant, which does not come to an end and does not...