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Ps. 78:25. -Jonathan to Gen. 18:8, and one opinion in b. B. Mes. 86b, the three angels who visited Abraham were only pretending to eat and drink. " Journal of Jewish Studies 37 (1986): 160-175. 117. See Chernus, Mysticism in Rabbinic Judaism, pp. 74-87. 118. Based on Exod. 24:11 and Ps. 78:25, and often related to the manna in the wilderness. " pp. 160-162. 119. Anderson, A Time to Mourn, pp. 75-76. 120. On the protective device of standing in a circle, which is used by Honi ha-Ma'agel in m. Ta'an.

See also b. Hor. "See howeverthe variantslisted substancesthatrestorememorypt S. myn, Translation,vol. 26, TractateHorayot(Atlanta:ScholarsPress,1987),p. 207. 81. 117fol. 2a. See also GershomScholem,"Havdalah de-RabbiAkiba:Maqorle-Masoretha-Magiahha-Yehuditbi-Tequfatha-Ge'onim,"Tarbis50 (1980-81): pp. 243-281. 101, a man who has been preventedfromseeing his wife is to recitemagicalnamesover a cup of wine anddrink. 82. 314. Cf. " 83. Halperin,Faces of the Chariot,pp. 379-380. 84. Cf. b. Shab. 108a,wherethe termzohamarefersto foul odors.

See F E. Peters, Aristotle and the Arabs (New York:New York University Press, 1968). 11. For a general discussion of the influence of these philosophers on Maimonides, see Pines's introduction to his translation of the Guide, "The Philosophic Sources of The Guide of the Perplexed, " pp. lxxviii-cviii. 174 HOWARD KREISEL to individualissues combineto form a clear and coherentpictureof human perfectionand man'srelationto God. Moreover,Maimonideshad to grapplealso with biblical bearingon this topic,togetherwiththeirrabbinicinterpretapronouncements such as God's demandto be holy just as He is holy (Lev.

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