Moreh Nevuchim (“Guide to the Perplexed”) — The Rambam’s (1138-1204) book of philosophy. Written for inquiring Jews who had studied philosophy, and were looking for ways to explain Judaism within the scientific and philosophical approaches prevalent in their time.
Written in the Arabian language in the end of XII century and has rendered deep influence on all subsequent Jewish idea. An appreciable role and this product has played histories of the western philosophy.
The Basic Theme of the Book – Dialogue Between Philosophy and the sacral text, Comprehension Between Intellectual and Religious tradition.