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This section contains a list of keywords and concepts relevant to the discussion of confrontation between the philosophical position, as ideally embodied in the Aristotelian system, and the religious-Torahitic position, represented ideally by the Torah itself. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order from alphabet A to W. Halevi's main exposition develops two motifs in parallel. On the one hand, he subjects Aristotelian philosophy to critical examination, and on the other hand he develops his original conception of prophecy.

Keywords: Aristotelian system; Halevi; religious-Torahitic position; Torah



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