The Cambridge Companion to the Talmud and Rabbinic Literature

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Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert, Martin S. Jaffee
Cambridge University Press, 28 במאי 2007
This volume introduces students of rabbinic literature to the range of historical and interpretative questions surrounding the rabbinic texts of late antiquity. The editors, themselves well-known interpreters of Rabbinic literature, have gathered an international collection of scholars to support students' initial steps in confronting the enormous and complex rabbinic corpus. Unlike other introductions to Rabbinic writings, the present volume includes approaches shaped by anthropology, gender studies, oral-traditional studies, classics, and folklore studies.
 

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i Rabbinic Authorship as a
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RABBINIC
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in rabbinic culture In an earlier reflection on the topic
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dispute form a literary device invented by no one in
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paradigm of the Mishnahs logic is shifted enabling the thirtynine
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the authors of the rabbinic texts
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2 The Orality of Rabbinic Writing
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taught them his lesson Aaron then moved aside and his
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the biblical canon Such studies sought to show not only
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EXEGETICAL FORM AND FUNCTION
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or its elites in the process of ongoing revelatory teaching?
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their textual practices not to mention their historical contexts both
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determinism while attractive for their simplicity do not do justice
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6 The Judaean Legal Tradition and
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undifferentiated unit and in my quest for the prehistory of
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requirements of the mikveh For some Jews a single deep
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ca 7001100 the Oral Torah was often characterized as an
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a rhetoric of orality and written texts
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at the study house Both the midrashic corpus and the
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3 Social and Institutional Settings
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the conditions at the time the sources were formulated which
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Rav Asi explained their position and the basis for their
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Kahana did not object They seated him back through seven
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returned home While these figures are clearly exaggerated they
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4 The Political Geography of Rabbinic Texts
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national minorities and the state and the extent to which
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However this situation came to a sudden and drastic end
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of the great scholar of Hellenistic Jewish art E R
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the empire as citizens but fundamentally as members of a
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By this time Neusner had partly abandoned the hermeneutics of
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status of Jewish communities in the 390s Linder 1987 All
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assumptions We remain uncertain about the roles the formulators of
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5 Rabbinic Midrash and Ancient Jewish
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7 Roman Law and Rabbinic Legal Composition
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Such rabbinic legal thinking can only be properly understood when
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When they appeared rules were always based on a limited
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applicability of a ruling expand cases or provide alternative solutions
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for the formal similarities Whether and to what extent rabbis
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KEY FIGURES
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as Yaakov Elman has repeatedly emphasized He has provided a
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8 Middle Persian Culture and Babylonian
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Thework of tracing these influences counterinfluences andmutual
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an honorshame culture that most likely prevailed in Babylonia at
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population as whole is another story However since the entire
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9 Jewish Visionary Tradition in
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ascent to heaven in Scholems view were therefore pseudepigraphic
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Righteous king faithful king gentle king humble king
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Nehuniah haKannah would arrange before them all the matters of
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productive to analyze this literature as myth and ritual uncovering
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Notes
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Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert is the author of Menstrual Purity: Rabbinic and Christian Reconstructions of Biblical Gender (2000) which won the Salo Baron Prize for a best first book in Jewish Studies of that year, and was a finalist (one of three) for the National Jewish Book Award.

Martin S. Jaffee is the author of Torah in the Mouth: Writing and Oral Tradition in Palestinian Judaism, 200 BCE-400 CE (2001), Early Judaism: Religious Worlds of the First Judaic Milennium, 2nd edition (2006), and several volumes of rabbinic translation and commentary. He is currently co-editor of the AJS Review.

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