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Balic et al. 1950-) has completed the Lectura and is partway through the Ordinatio. Their actions, based on their ignorance, can be disastrous. Before that time, Jews had a lot to say about philosophical matters, but since they didn’t write about them in the way that the Greeks had written about them, it hardly counted as "philosophy." (Of course, there were Jews who wrote philosophy in the Hellenistic period, but those Jews were outside of the dominant tradition of rabbinic Judaism, as were the Karaite Jewish philosophers in the Middle Ages.

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