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[1] Occasionally referred to as Enc. Jud. or E.J.

[2] A translation of Les mots et les choses. Translator(s) unnamed.

[3] Original Hebrew title, Derech Tevunot.

[4] Maimonides is also known as the Rambam, an acrostic of his Hebrew name, R. Moshe ben Maimon.

[5] With commentaries by the editor.

[6] Written in 1990, and at the time reproduced on 7 microfiches, and distributed to various university libraries in various countries (among which Canada, England, Israel, Switzerland, and the U.S.).

[7] Occasionally referred to as Jew. Enc. or J.E.

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