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Where could I find the Igros K'naos regarding Rambam's works for free online? In particular I am looking for a quote from Radak about the aggados there. A screenshot of that page would suffice.

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    @TamirEvan thank you very much. Why not make that comment an answer? – mevaqesh Apr 13 '15 at 17:34
  • Yowzers. Major vitriol against Rashba and co on that first page. Who actually wrote that? And do we know anything about the second student of the Rashba mentioned there David ben Shaul? He is given a mention in the Artscroll Rishonim book, but no personal info. – user6591 Apr 14 '15 at 1:29
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    If you prefer text, Sefaria OCRed that volume. The naming for the letters hasn't been done yet, but it's here: sefaria.org/Iggerot_HaRambam.13 – Popular Isn't Right Apr 14 '15 at 14:38
  • @Bachrach44 excellent! text is (almost) always better than non-text. If you want you can convert that from a comment to an answer. – mevaqesh Apr 14 '15 at 20:13
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Text from the 1859 Leipzig edition: http://www.sefaria.org/Iggerot_HaRambam,_Iggeret_Kanaut

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As noted by @TamirEvan the Igros K'naos are part of the 1859 Leipzig ed. of Kovetz T'shuvos HaRambam. The quote from Radak can be found on page 3b there.

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