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615 pages, [40] pages : facsimiles ; 23 cm
  • Mador Me-otsar ha-melekh
  • Mador Devar ha-melekh
  • Mador Ba-ḳodesh penimah
  • Mador Bene melakhim
  • Mador Hekhal ha-Torah
  • Mador Hekhal halakhah
  • Shalshelet yuḥasin.
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615 pages, 40 unnumbered pages : facsimiles ; 23 cm
  • Mador Me-otsar ha-melekh
  • Mador Devar ha-melekh
  • Mador Ba-ḳodesh penimah
  • Mador Bene melakhim
  • Mador Hekhal ha-Torah
  • Mador Hekhal halakhah
  • Shalshelet yuḥasin.
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226 pages : facsimiles ; 21 cm
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206 pages ; 22 cm
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312 pages ; 24 cm
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698, 6 pages ; 24 cm
  • Hilkhot Purim : Parashat Zakhor, Taʻanit Ester, Maḥatsit ha-sheḳel, Ḳeriʼat ha-Megilah, Ketivat ha-Megilah, Mishloaḥ manot, Matanot le-evyonim, Seʻudat Purim ṿe-ḥiyuv śimḥah, Melakhah be-Furim, Ben ʻir u-ven kerakh
  • [Masekhet Megilah] Beʼure ha-daf : Pereḳ Megilah niḳret, Pereḳ ha-ḳore le-mafreʻa, Pereḳ ha-ḳore ʻomed, Pereḳ Bene ha-ʻir.
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444 pages :facsimile ; 25 cm
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162 pages : facsimiles, portrait ; 23 cm
  • Ḥeleḳ 1. Beʼure Ḥaye Avraham : she-haʻir H. be-raʻayoni le-vaʼer ule-harḥiv et divre a. a. m. ṿe-r. ha-gaʼon ha-tsadiḳ Rabi Avraham Ḥayim Shpiṭtser zatsal, uve-ʻiḳar mah she-katav al gilayon ha-Gemara shelo Mas. Megilah
  • Ḥeleḳ 2. Imre Yaʻaḳov le-Furim : divre Torah ba-halakhah ṿe-Agadah she-haʻir H. be-raʻayoni be-haḳdamat divre rabotenu ha-ḳ. mosde dor ṿa-dor.
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432 pages ; 24 cm
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262 pages ; 23 cm
A groundbreaking work, this book brings together philosophy of science and language, conceptual dynamics and the Babylonian Talmud. The work asks: what philosophy of natural language lies at the basis of the Halakhic dynamic in the Amoraic discourse of the Talmud? Calling upon two post-Wittgenstein philosophies, the book undertakes a search for a philosophical account of the discursive culture that appears in the Talmud. It unearths the normative infrastructure that lies at its core. Thus, this study articulates what can be termed the Talmudic philosophy of language. On the other hand, it reveals the limits and weaknesses of central philosophical frameworks in coping with a profound traditional discourse like the Talmud, in which the past has a deep and integral role in the present, while at the same time, the present has its own natural and creative dynamic.
Green Library
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xii, 584 pages ; 24 cm.
  • A personal tribute / Froma I. Zeitlin
  • Authorial intent : human and divine / Azzan Yadin-Israel
  • A place of Torah / Moulie Vidas
  • Tosafot Garnish post-Kant : the Talmud as political thought / Sergey Dolgopolski
  • Did the rabbis consider nazirhood an ascetic practice? / Aharon Shemesh
  • “The Torah was not given to ministering angels” : rabbinic aspirationalism / Christine Hayes
  • Footnotes to carnal Israel : infertility and the legal subject / Barry Scott Wimpfheimer
  • Temporalities of marriage : Jewish and Islamic legal debates / Lena Salaymeh & Zvi Septimus
  • Myth, history and eschatology in a rabbinic treatise on birth / Galit Hasan-Rokem & Israel Jacob Yuval
  • Rabbinic trickster tales : the sex and gender politics of the Bavli’s sinful sages / Julia Watts Belser
  • Phallic Jewissance and the pleasure of no pleasure / Elliot K Wolfson
  • “Changing the order of creation” : The Toldot Ben Sira disrupts the medieval Hebrew canon / Shamma Boyarin
  • Paul and jewish ethnicity / Erich S. Gruen
  • Paid and the universal goyim : “A radical Jew” revisited / Ishay Rosen-Zvi & Adi Ophir
  • Kinship and Qiddushin : genealogy and geography in b. Qiddushin iv / Jonathan Boyarin
  • Paul in the Jerusalem of Lithuania : Samuel Joseph Fuenn’s Paths of God / Eliyahu Stem
  • Revisiting the fat rabbis / Zvi Septimus
  • Socrates, the rabbis and the virgin : the dialogic imagination in late antiquity / Virginia Burrus
  • What would Martin Luther say to Daniel Boyarin? / Simon Goldhill
  • The battle of Qedesh on the plain of Hatsor : on the Hasmonean roots of the Galilean foundational myth / Elchanan Reiner
  • As the gates of Jerusalem, so the gates of Mahuza : defining place in diaspora / Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert
  • Following goats : text, place and diaspora(s) / Dina Stein
  • Crossing border lines : Daniel Boyarin’s life/work / James Adam Redfield.
Talmudic Transgressions' is a collection of essays on rabbinic literature and related fields in response to the boundary-pushing scholarship of Daniel Boyarin. These essays are attempts to transgress boundaries in various ways - boundaries differentiate social identities, literary genres, legal practices, or diasporas and homelands. Contributors include Julia Watts Belser, Jonathan Boyarin, Shamma Boyarin, Virginia Burrus, Sergey Dolgopolski, Charlotte E. Fonrobert, Simon Goldhill, Erich S. Gruen, Galit Hasan-Rokem, Christine Hayes, Adi Ophir, James Redfield, Elchanan Reiner, Ishay Rosen-Zvi, Lena Salaymeh, Zvi Septimus, Aharon Shemesh, Dina Stein, Eliyahu Stern, Moulie Vidas, Barry Scott Wimpfheimer, Elliot R. Wolfson, Azzan Yadin-Israel, Israel Yuval, and Froma Zeitlin.
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517 pages ; 28 cm
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305 pages ; 25 cm
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267 pages ; 23 cm
  • 1. Hillel's "Entire Torah" and R. Akiva's "Great principle"
  • 2. Ben Azzai's central principle
  • 3. Paring the Torah's principles
  • 4. In all your ways know him
  • 5. Pleasantness and peace
  • 6. Lovingkindness
  • 7. Lawfulness.
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332 pages ; 24 cm.
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339 p. ; 23 cm
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195 pages ; 23 cm
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309 p. ; 28 cm
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volumes in ; 25 cm
  • [1:1] Bereshit - Toldot
  • [1:2] Bereshit - Ṿa-yetse, Ṿa-yeḥi
  • [5:1] Devarim - Shofṭim-- [5:2] Ki-tetze - Berakhah.
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554 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
Green Library