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Studistoricisull settecentoeuropeoin onoredi Franco Venturi(Rome,1985),vol. 1, pp. 453-486; G. 0. 3 Among them, the most outstandingwas Isaac Abravanel,a figurewho was held in wide esteemby the PortugueseJews. Abravanelwas promptedto turnto the languageof republicanismprimarilyby exegeticalneeds-above all, by the need to resolve the apparent contradiction betweenDeuteronomy17:14-15(whichseemedto indicatethat was monarchy divinely mandatedfor Israel)and I Samuel8:6-7 (in which God and Samuel appearedto be angeredby Israel'sdemandfor a king).

A. W. Greenup(London,1912),pp. Hence,Elijah'scommentthatthe work's"fundamental purpose"('iqqar)is to refutethe negativeview of the noblesmustbe understoodeitheras a reflectionof Abarbanel'sassertions in the work'sintroductionthatthis aim providedhis "initialinspiration" or of Elijah'scursory readingof Abarbanel'stract. ""' Not all who have readAbarbanel'sfirstwork shareElijah'sassessment. 113 of that neither these modern evaluations 'Ateretzeqenimnor clear,however, to the richness and do assessment complexityof Abarbanel's justice Elijah's In and of 'Ateretzeqenim the substance rhetoric creation.

AZ, p. 23. The interpretation which Abarbanelcites does not appearin Narboni's commentaryon GuideI, 5 nor,as best I was ableto determine,in anyotherrelevantplacein his To compoundthe difficulty,Abarbanelsuggestsin his Commentary on the Guide commentary. (Morehnevukhim[1872; reprintJerusalem,1961],part1, p. Cf. MauriceR. Hayoun,MosheNarboni(Tubingen,1986), zeqenimandAbarbanel'sCommentary p. teret as to thelocationof thesaidinterpretation inNarboni's on theGuidebutoffersno enlightenment writings.

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