Concerns the issue of immortality in two medieval Jewish philosophers: Maimonides and Gersonides. It is argued that both of these highly rationalistic philosophers are amenable to a reading according to which they deny the personal immortality of the soul. The rewards of virtue, identified as intellectual knowledge, lie in this life, not in some after life.
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