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9 essays light up the cultural advancements resulting in these pivotal occasions and the centuries of repercussion either for Jews and local americans in 1492.

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See Abravanel, I Samuel, 8:6 in Commentary on the Prophets 1 (Jerusalem: Torah Vadaath, 1956): 203 (Hebrew). It is Strauss' view (112, n. 4) that Abravanel was familiar with these texts from Christian, Jewish, and Islamic sources. 8. Cf. Abravanel's view of the rights of the people under a tyrant king in Commentary on Deuteronomy 17:16-20. When accepting a king, the people have made a covenant with him, promising their obedience. That covenant is regarded as absolute. 9. " Netanyahu, 176. 10. Aristotle, Cicero and Seneca, all of whose political writings influenced medieval political conceptions, insisted that moral excellence is a sine qua non of authentic kingship.

15. , 96-99. 16. See Maimonides, The Guide of the Perplexed, trans. Shlomo Pines, 2 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969): Chapters 32-48, 360-412. 17. Loc cit. 18. Strauss, 107, 110 n. 4. 19. Maimonides strongly influenced Spinoza's political philosophy as put forth in the Theologico-Political Treatise. See Leo Strauss, Spinoza's Critique of Religion, trans. M. Sinclair. (New York: Schocken, 1965); also L. A. Wolfson, The Philosophy of Spinoza (New York: Meridian Books, 1960, 1934). 20.

Information about the members of the first group, whose judaizing preceded the Expulsion, includes detailed records from various early trials that, at times, closely resemble descriptions of normative Jewish homes. For example, María Díaz of Ciudad Real was tried from 1483-4. 9 The specifics of her judaizing activities included honoring the Sabbath by lighting candles, preparing food in advance, wearing clean clothes, not engaging in work, visiting relatives and friends, and praying and reading to others from a prayerbook.

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