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47, 198. 16. 73a. 17. See Scholem 1980, pp. 187ff. 18. 20b; also, Tishby 1957-61, vol. 2, pp. 3ff. 19. See Yevamot 60b-61a re Ezek. 31 (d. v. ) 20. See Scholem 1956, pp. 108ff. 21. See Palliere 1985, pp. 169-70, where Palliere reports the critique of the theology of R. 1865) made by Palliere's teacher and Luzzatto's younger colleague, R. Elijah Benamozegh (d. 1900) for its neglect. See also Novak, introduction to Palliere 1985, pp. x-xiv. 22. Berakhot 6a. See Kohut, Arukh Completum, vol. 3, p. v.
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