Had we the benefit of the Tannaim, the great compilers of the Mishnah
, still ambling in our midst today, you can be sure that rather than a cheerful "I should work out more in 2018" we would've received a new Talmudic tomeTractate Crossfit, perhapsdetailing precisely how many workouts a week are advised, and which blessing must be recited upon munching on a Kind bar.
The second edition of Johannan ben Zakkai, a pivotal turn in Neusner's turn toward a more critical, less positivist approach, and Judaism: Evidence of the Mishnah
, one of Neusner's most important works, do not appear until pages 110 and 151, respectively.
STORIES OF THE LAW: NARRATIVE DISCOURSE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF AUTHORITY IN THE MISHNAH
That the Mishnah
itself took the verse literally and apparently considered the breach to be of a very serious nature, in accordance with the view of R.
It should be noted that commentaries from the Mishnah
and the Talmud to present- day interpretations are included.
Then he said, "Do you really want a Mishnah
like the Jewish Mishnah
Here the author suggests that the differences between the yahad and the havurah may be as much about the literary forms and rhetorical functions of the sources in which the descriptions are embedded (the Community Rule for the former and the Mishnah
and Tosefta for the latter) as they are related to any historical social formations to which they may point.
This book works like a Talmud in both senses of Mishnah
and Gemara, where the Mishnah
explicates and debates Jewish Oral Law and the Gemara takes on, with risk, related topics and Torah Law.
The song employs ancient references, including from the Book of Lamentations and the Mishnah
, to lament that Judaism's holiest places -- especially the Temple Mount -- were closed to Jews by the Jordanian authorities who controlled the eastern half of the city at the time.
REVIEW OF THE TORAH, MISHNAH
, TALMUDIC, AND POST-TALMUDIC RULINGS
The installation sparked a dialogue across time, one partly inspired by the Talmud, particularly the Mishnah
and its commentary of rabbinical debates from various centuries, laid out on the page as if all the writers were speaking in the same room at the same time.
It seems that when the Mishnah
mentions rape, it envisions a scenario of a man forcing himself violently on a victim, usually a woman (it nonetheless also addresses a same-sex rape scenario).