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The Talmudic argument

a study in Talmudic reasoning and methodology

by Louis Jacobs

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Talmud -- Hermeneutics,
  • Jewish law -- Interpretation and construction

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 216-220.

    StatementLouis Jacobs.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM503.7 .J33 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 220 p. ;
    Number of Pages220
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2842431M
    ISBN 100521263700
    LC Control Number84004351

    In the present book, Yaacov Katz weakens his own argument, as he admits that, (quote) While contemporary thinkers acknowledged that Christianity at least approximated belief in one God, this view never penetrated deeply into public consciousness, and it is questionable whether it was even integrated into the philosophies of these thinkers. Food Network takes a look at the best cookbooks of , many beautiful and inspiring titles that are great for holiday caistab-gabon.com: Food Network Kitchen.

    “See Rabbi Louis Jacobs, The Talmudic Argument (Cambridge University Press, ), which contains a great list of such sugyot together with a masterful exposition of each in clear English.” “You might want to take a look at Leib Moscovitz's book Talmudic Reasoning (Paul Mohr Verlag. The Talmud Unmasked (Latin: Christianus in Talmud Iudaeorum: sive, Rabbinicae doctrinae Christiani secreta) is a book published in by Justinas Bonaventure Pranaitis (–). The book, generally regarded by Jewish scholars as antisemitic, is a collection of quotations from the Talmud and Zohar that purports to demonstrate that Judaism despises non-Jews and promotes the murder of non.

    In the book Chizzuk Emunah, part I, ch. 36, we read: “The Christians build up an argument from this [Zachary XII, 10] and say: Behold how thew Prophet testified that in future ages the Jews would would lament and weep because they crucified and killed the Messiah who was sent to them; and to prove that he meant Jesus the Nazarene, possessing. The Talmud was created by the Jewish people and the Talmud has, in turn, molded them as a nation. So many aspects of Jewish culture are somehow connected to, based on, or inspired by the Talmud: Halakhic literature, Jewish philosophy, Biblical exegesis, and even works that have no ostensible connection with Talmudic literature, like poetry or prayers.


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A kal vachomer (Hebrew: קל וחומר ‎, literally "lenient and strict") derives one law from another through the following logic: If a case that is generally strict has a particular leniency, a case that is generally lenient will certainly have that leniency. The argument can also work in reverse, and also in areas where lenient or strict might not be precisely applicable.

The Talmudic Argument: A Study in Talmudic Reasoning and Methodology [Louis Jacobs] on caistab-gabon.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book, the only one in English that can serve as a textbook for beginners and more advanced students of the Babylonian TalmudCited by: 5.

On the Nature of Talmudic Reasoning Louis Jacobs devoted much of his scholarly output to what he called the Talmudic argument, and made significant contributions to our understanding of the literary construction of the Talmudic sugya.

I should like to record my personal gratitude to him as. This book, the only one in English that can serve as a textbook for beginners and more advanced students of the Babylonian Talmud, examines in detail a number of typical lengthy passages with a view to showing how Talmudic reasoning operates and how the Talmud was compiled by its final editors.

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A Study in Talmudic Reasoning and Methodology. By Louis Jacobs. xvi + Cambridge University Press, £ Louis Jacobs here provides an immensely rewarding exposition of nineteen Talmudic sugyot, combining the traditional yeshiva emphasis on the content and flow of the argument with a concern for the basic literary-historical questions Continue Reading.

Dec 17,  · As of January 12,the "Association for Civil Rights in Israel" supports the Israeli Haifa Museum of Art’s continuing exhibition of the “McJesus” statue, a mockery of Jesus Christ. Anti-Christian hate speech is not an issue for the far-Left and is never an issue for Israeli adherents of the Talmud, whose sacred book execrates Jesus.

In his book, the author calls the Talmud’s assault on Christian claims “devastating.” “It is a very serious argument,” said Schaefer, who emphasizes that the rabbis’ stories about Jesus were never intended as an attempt at historically accurate narrative.

List Of Talmudic Books. Sources. The Names Of Christ. The Life Of Christ/The Christian Cross. Especially is this considered likely since about this time a book was produced which is similar in argument and style to the Chaldaic type of writing. A Talmudic book. Contains Aggadoth and Medraschim.

He surveys 19 talmudic ‘sugyot’ (text/topics), trying to reveal their construction and literary genesis, and in particular to show the ‘way of argument’ of the rabbis.

The book will be of value as a ‘companion’ to the Talmud student, for it will help him, in his reading of particular passages, and.

Teyku: The Unsolved Problem in the Babylonian Talmud: A Study in the Literary Analysis and Form of the Talmudic Argument First Edition Edition. by Louis Jacobs (Author) › Visit Amazon's Louis Jacobs Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this Author: Louis Jacobs.

Oct 08,  · Hi, kike-named Satan worshipper, I hear that same terrible argument all the time. “Oh if a society thinks stealing is good then stealing will be good.” I’d like to see you starved half to death and someone take away your bread.

You would hate that person because he detracted from you. Good and evil is simple stuff if you aren’t a communist. Nov 08,  · The Talmud, the book of Jewish law, is one of the most challenging religious texts in the world - so why are more people reading it than ever.

V ery early, owing in part to English Protestant propagandists, the word “Jesuitical” came to characterize a form of argument designed less to seek the truth than to make a case, a form of Author: Cullen Murphy.

May 05,  · This book, the only one in English that can serve as a textbook for beginners and more advanced students of the Babylonian Talmud, examines in detail a number of typical lengthy passages with a view to showing how Talmudic reasoning operates and how the Talmud was compiled by /5(3).

The Talmudic Argument For a More Ethical Financial System Jon Lukomnik July 4, Getty Images. Getty Images. As we show in the book, they serve an important marketing purpose, even as they Author: Jon Lukomnik. May 26,  · The common derisive use of the word “Talmudic” to refer to a nitpicking argument misses the point of the Talmud: rather than the devil, the democratic is in the details, which await our.

Last year, the Jewish Book Council gave Becoming the People of the Talmud: Oral Torah as Written Tradition in Medieval Jewish Culture its prestigious Nahum M.

Sarna Memorial National Jewish Book Award for Scholarship. The book is gracefully written, heavily documented, and advances a. Jul 30,  · For a long time I thought this love might translate into a career as a lawyer and that familiarity with thousands of pages of Talmudic argument would only sharpen my legal caistab-gabon.com: Miriam Krule.Learn how to study Talmud line-by-line and word-by-word.

In this intermediate level class you will learn to understand the unique give-and-take style of Talmudic argument. Text for this class is Chapter Seven of Tractate Brachot (folio 45a)."This is an exceptionally engaging book. Professor Schäfer has subjected to close scrutiny all the passages relating to Jesus in the Talmudic and other rabbinic literature produced in Palestine and in Babylonia in late antiquity.

His aim is to use them to discover the rabbis' attitude to Christianity.