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This front matter section of the book Latin-into-Hebrew: Texts and Studies Volume Two: Texts in Contexts contains the table of contents. It is a truism that intercultural exchanges between medieval Muslim, Christian and Jewish communities of learning played a decisive role in the evolution of Western thought and partook of the construction of the European intellectual heritage. In the forest of Arabic-into-Hebrew cultural transfer, its more humble Latin-into-Hebrew counterpart has remained in the shadows, both in the traditional self-perception of Jewish philosophy itself and in modern research.

Keywords: Christian community; European intellectual heritage; medieval Muslim community



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