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Contrary to what Franciscus insists, Cecco does not mention any such thing in his extant books (even those that were burnt with him) so his utterances were in all likelihood verbal and made in lectures. He suggests that even if the mediævals lacked a historical sense, they must be credited with a philosophy of history as a collective progress of humanity toward an end. Modern Jewish scholarship was founded in the early decades of the 19th century as a weapon in the social and political struggles of the Jews in Western Europe.

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