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A History Of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy (Fiscle Part 13 Of 1)

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A History Of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy (Fiscle Part 13 Of 1)
We Know Next To Nothing About The Condition Of The Jews In Mohammedan
Egypt In The Ninth And Tenth Centuries. But The Fact That The Two First
Jewish Writers Who Busied Themselves With Philosophical Problems Came
From Egypt Would Indicate That The General Level Of Intellectual Culture
Among The Jews At That Time Was Not So Low As The Absence Of Literary
Monuments Would Lead Us To Believe. Every One Knows Of Saadia, The First
Hebrew Grammarian, The First Hebrew Lexicographer, The First Bible
Translator And Exegete, The First Jewish Philosopher Of Mediæval Jewry.

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