"And condemns all for fools, Psal. xciii.; xxxii. 9; xlix."
"Although clear echoes of Avicennian doctrines about the distinction between essence and existence, between necessary and contingent beings, as well as the well-known Avicennian proof of the existence of God, have been found in the Guide of the Perplexed (see Moses Maimonides 1962, 1: xciii-ciii), the explicit judgement of Maimonides about Avicenna's thought appears to be substantially cool (for a different interpretation of this judgement, see however Dobbs-Weinstein 2002)."
"God, thoughts of his glorious and gracious presence, and of his holiness Ps. xciii."