Alexander Samely surveys the corpus of rabbinic literature, which was once written in Hebrew and Aramaic approximately 1500 years in the past and which incorporates the principles of Judaism, particularly the Talmud.
Alexander Samely surveys the corpus of rabbinic literature, which was once written in Hebrew and Aramaic approximately 1500 years in the past and which incorporates the principles of Judaism, particularly the Talmud. The rabbinic works are brought in teams, illustrated by means of shorter and longer passages, and defined in response to their literary constructions and genres.
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Alexander Samely surveys the corpus of rabbinic literature, which was written in Hebrew and Aramaic about 1500 years .
Alexander Samely surveys the corpus of rabbinic literature, which was written in Hebrew and Aramaic about 1500 years ago and which contains the foundations of Judaism, in particular the Talmud. The rabbinic works are introduced in groups, illustrated by shorter and longer passages, and described according to their literary structures and genres. Samely explains why the character of the texts is crucial to an understanding of rabbinic thought, and why they pose specific problems to modern, Western-educated readers.
Book DescriptionEach Rabbinic document, from the Mishnah through the Bavli, defines itself by a unique combination of indicative traits of. .Forms of Rabbinic Literature and Thought: An Introduction.
Book DescriptionEach Rabbinic document, from the Mishnah through the Bavli, defines itself by a unique combination of indicative traits of rhetoric, topic, and particular logic that governs its coherent discourse. But narratives in the same canonical compilations do not conform to the documentary indicators that govern in these compilations, respectively. Judaism and Christianity in the Age of Constantine: History, Messiah, Israel, and the Initial Confrontation (Chicago Studies in the History of Judaism).
and rabbinic literature, two categories that require some explication. Similarly, in the biblical recounting of Joshuas famous prayer 2 An Introduction to Judaic Thought and Rabbinic Literature. First, the title is intended to draw a distinction between Judaic and Jewish thought; that is, whereas all of Judaic thought is Jewish, not all of Jewish thought is Judaic. As the term is used in this book, Judaic thought refers to the ideas underpinning the normative rabbinic Juda- ism that has dominated and shaped Jewish life, in one way or another, for more than two millennia.
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Rabbinic literature, in its broadest sense, can mean the entire spectrum of rabbinic writings throughout Jewish history. However, the term often refers specifically to literature from the Talmudic era, as opposed to medieval and modern rabbinic writing, and thus corresponds with the Hebrew term Sifrut Hazal (Hebrew: ספרות חז"ל "Literature sages," where Hazal normally refers only to the sages of the Talmudic era).
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