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The simple meaning of the phrase is that someone wondering whether or not he exists is, in and of itself, proof that he does exist - at the very least, there must be an 'I' who does the thinking.
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Our Sages and the commentators did not doubt for an instant that the only simple meaning is the allegorical one.
For the tradition the simple meaning is the allegorical meaning, as Scherman represents.
Concerning the orthodox approach, one must raise several issues: (1) The opposition to Akiva's view(37) implies that at least some rabbinic sages understood that the simple meaning was not the allegorical meaning.
38) The interpretation of contemporary orthodoxy which asserts that there is no simple meaning is dangerous because denial of the physical and rejection of the literal undermines the allegorical, for allegory is based on an underlying commonsense reading which it "allegorizes.
For others, the legal jargon might seem somewhat intimidating, even though the terms actually have simple meanings.

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