Talmudism


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Talmudism

1. the teachings of the collection of Jewish law and tradition called the Talmud.
2. the observance of and adherence to these teachings. — Talmudist, n. — Talmudic, adj.
See also: Judaism
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If I could overcome two thousand years of Talmudism and melancholy, and recover--supposing one of my race has ever had it--the clear joy of life.
Scholars of his own time and later have generally accepted Maimon's (1754-1800) account of his rejection of Talmudism and turn to Kabbala and Maimonidean philosophy as a movement from the provincial Polish-Lithuanian Judaism of his youth to German modernity.
Elsewhere, rather than nowhere: Levinas' utopian Talmudism is historically situated, as Newton demonstrates at the outset, in the Diaspora (Newton 1-6).