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Alexander of Aphrodisias (the Exegete), fl. c. 200 AD. Hellenistic philosopher of the Peripatetic school, known above all for his commentaries on Aristotle. His philosophy of the intellect, expressed in his On the Soul, was influential on many medieval thinkers.

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Jewish Encyclopedia: Alexander of Aphrodisias
Article by Isaac Broydé, noting this ancient exegete's influence on Gersonides.
Wikipedia: Alexander of Aphrodisias
Entry incorporating material from the 1911 Britannica.

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