Ajs Review, Fall 1989, No 2 by Robert Chazan

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Silman, Thinkerand Seer: The Developmentof the Thoughtof R. YehudaHalevi in the Kuzari (Bar Ilan, 1985), p. 178, n. 40 [in Hebrew]); Guide I, 11, 25, 46, and 64. For Nabmanides, in contrast to Saadya, ha-Levi, and Maimonides, the created Glory is not really a created entity at all, but is rather the manifestation of the divine, the last of the emanations. See 138 ELLIOT R. WOLFSON already seen, the word 1K• on occasion designates the divine attribute of judgment, the Shekhinah, in Nalhmanides' kabbalah.

Saadya's Commentary to Genesis, ed. by M. Zucker (New York, 1984), p. 9 (Hebrew translation, pp. 175-176); Judah ben Barzilai, Perush Sefer YeSirah,ed. S. J. Halberstam (Berlin, 1885), pp. , 234-235; A. Altmann, Studies in Religious Philosophy and Mysticism (Ithaca, 1969), pp. 152-155. And see, in particular, the language of the responsum of Saadya to a certain heretic (cf. I. Davidson, The Book of the Warsof the Lord [New York, 1934], pp. 25-26, who identifies the heretic as Salman ben Yeruham, also known as Ibn Sakawaihi; see however J.

14:31; and cf. to Deut. 5:15. 108. This example was mentioned by Septimus; see reference above, n. 74. Cf. R. Ezra, Perush 'al Shir ha-Shirim, Kitvei Ramban, 2:477-478. 109. , Perush to Gen. 11:2, 17:1, 18:20, 19:24, 22:2, 46:1, 48:15; Exod. 2:25, 6:2, 13:16, 15:2, 19:3, 19:20, 20:2, 32:10, 11; Lev. 18:2, 19:12; Num. 6:24, 15:25, 20:1, 23:16; Deut. 3:25, 4:12, 21, 32, 8:18. Perush, Exod. 6:2 (p. 304); mentioned by both Septimus and Berger (see nn. 74-75). BY WAY OF TRUTH 143 upon the phenomenon of parallelism and its centrality in Nahmanides' kabbalistic hermeneutics in the first section of this paper.

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