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225 Politics 1338a9-13. Even though children must learn how to perform commandments in order to fulfill their legal obligations upon reaching maturity, in order for the observance of commandments to contribute to one’s moral and intellectual development, Maimonides asserts that one should first learn about the metaphysical importance of one’s actions through studying Torah and Jewish law. Then one will come to act properly, and proper action will ultimately help a person to engage in deeper theoretical speculation. This charge is apparent in Maimonides’ use of the verse, “Hear, O Israel, the hukkim and the mishpatim which I speak in your ears this day, that you should learn them, and observe to perform them.”226 In explanation of this verse, he writes, “Therefore, you find [regarding] the command in the whole Torah ‘you should learn’ and afterwards ‘to perform them’ [because] learning precedes action, since learning will bring [a person] to perform action but action does not bring [a person] to learn, and that is what is stated in the Talmud that learning brings one to action.”227 The type of learning to which Maimonides refers is not technical training in how to perform the commandments. The word to describe that type of learning is hinukh and not limmud. If Maimonides is referring to the initial learning of how to act, then his explanation of the verse would be superfluous, since it is obvious that learning how to execute the correct physical movements of an action will cause a person to act correctly. Nor can he simply mean that action never leads a person to learn, since he admits elsewhere that hinukh and continual habituation helps one to develop the virtues, which will consequently help to develop his or her intellect.228 This latter notion is further confirmed by Maimonides’ explanation of Rabbi Xxxxxx Xxx Dosa’s maxim in Mishna Avot, “Everyone whose fear of sin precedes his wisdom, his wisdom 226 Deuteronomy 5:1. 227 Introduction to his Commentary on the Mishna. Maimonides’ view is based on BT Kiddushin 40b. 228 See Shemonah Perakim, Chapter 7; Hilkhot Deot, Chapters 1,5.

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