The Physician, the Drinker, and the Drunk (Bibliotheque

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1965 etc.), tract 4 (on the properties of terms) is in fact a commentary on Marsilius of Inghen. It was during this time that Hebrew became the language of Jewish philosophical works and the Jews began to foster their own general culture. When the Cretans, and later the Spartans, first began to take exercise naked, wasn't there plenty of material for the wit of the comedians of the day?' 'But when experience showed them that it was better to strip than wrap themselves up, what reason had proved best ceased to look absurd to the eye.

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Publisher: Brepols Publishers (February 27, 2015)

ISBN: 250355279X

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