By Robert Chazan
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Pp. Ixxix-lxxx. 30 CHARLES M. RAFFEL what Maimonides means by providence have been made. '" In the course of that letter, he presents his own review of providence in the Guide, up to the section which perplexes him. He even suggests several possible interpretations, but turns finally to Maimonides for authoritative clarification. Unfortunately, no answer by Maimonides has survived, and Ibn Tibbon's letter serves now, not as an introduction to Maimonides' definitive response, but as a tentative interpretation of Maimonides' theory of providence.
However, a review of the secondary literature on the subject shows that the dominant method in attempting to flesh out or clarify Maimonides' thinking has been through an uncovering or identification of his philosophic sources. Scholars have made only modest efforts to interpret Maimonides' view on providence, while devoting considerable study to an identification of its philosophic sources. Perhaps Maimonides himself invited this source-quest, for in his initial account of providence in III/17, he presents his own opinion only after reviewing the history of relevant speculation on the issue.
46 Each opinion, Aristotle's and the unattributed fourth view, may satisfy separately one set of the dual criteria. Nevertheless, while Aristotle's opinion may define philosophic respectability, and the assertion of God's justice and man's free will may begin to define the Law's concerns, the two views taken together are mutually antagonistic. And neither one alone makes philosophic sense and also adheres to the fundamental principles of the Law. How, then, does Maimonides compose, articulate, and defend a theory of providence which will satisfy the dual standards which have emerged from his review of other opinions?
Ajs Review 1987: Fall, No 2 by Robert Chazan