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C. D. Chavel, the editor of the Mossad haRav Kook edition of the commentary, is uncertain about the source and refers to Davidson "Otzar HaMeshalim v'ha-Pitgamim", p. 85 #1330. There are several similar sources listed there, including the very one from Rabbenu Bahya. The first source listed is from Musarei haPhilosofim by Hanin ibn As-haq (Iraq, 808-873 or 877 CE), translated to Hebrew by Yehuda Alharizi (12th-13th cent).