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In a profound look at what it means for new generations to read and interpret ancient religious texts, rabbi and philosopher Marc-Alain Ouaknin off In Jewish tradition, the Talmud embodies the laws of Judaism, as well as a way of study and intellectual development. Composed of two works, the Mishnah and the Gemara, the Talmud is believed to provide serious students with one of the most sacred of experiences.
It is, in fact, the Torah the Old Testament and the Talmud that offer the tenets of the Jewish religion. Here, in this classic work, which represents nearly 2, years of learning, are those pearls of wisdom that have served as a daily guide for countless generations of people throughout the world.
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Francuski 2. Hebrajski Yiddish 1. Cena: od:. David Charles Kraemer. This critical study traces the development of the literary forms and conventions of the Babylonian Talmud, or Bavli, analyzing those forms as expressions of emergent rabbinic ideology. The Bavli, which evolved between the third and sixth centuries in Sasanian Iran Babylonia , is the most comprehensive of all documents produced by rabbinic Jews in late antiquity.
It became the authoritative legal source for medieval Judaism, and for some its opinions remain definitive today. Kraemer here examines the characteristic preference for argumentation and process over settled conclusions of the This critical study traces the development of the literary forms and conventions of the Babylonian Talmud, or Bavli, analyzing those forms as expressi David Kraemer.
Traditionally, the Talmud was read as law, that is, as the authoritative source for Jewish practice and obligations. To this end, it was studied at the level of its most minute details, with readers often ignoring the composite whole and attending only to final decisions. Methods of reading have shifted as more readers and students have turned to the Talmud for evidence of rabbinic history, religion, rhetoric, or anthropology; still, few have employed a genuinely literary approach. In Reading the Rabbis , Kraemer attempts to fill this gap. He uses the tools developed in the study of To this end, it was studied at th Christine Elizabeth Hayes.
In this book, Hayes addresses the central concern in talmudic studies over the genesis of halakhic legal divergence between the Talmuds produced by the Palestinian rabbinic community c. Hayes analyzes selected divergences between parallel passages of the two Talmuds.
Proceeding on a case-by-case basis, she considers whether external influences cultural or regional differences , internal factors textual, hermeneutical, or dialectical , or some intersection of the two best accounts for the differences. In this book, Hayes addresses the central concern in talmudic studies over the genesis of halakhic legal divergence between the Talmuds produced by Beth A. The death penalty in classical Judaism has been a highly politicized subject in modern scholarship. Enlightenment attacks on the Talmud's legitimacy led scholars to use the Talmud's criminal law as evidence for its elevated morals.
But even more pressing was the need to prove Jews' innocence of the charge of killing Christ. The reconstruction of a just Jewish death penalty was a defense against the accusation that a corrupt Jewish court was responsible for the death of Christ. In Execution and Invention , Beth A. Berkowitz tells the story of modern scholarship on the ancient Enlightenment attacks on the Talmud's legitimacy l Jonathan Rosen. Understanding the Talmud.