A talmudic miscellany a thousand and one extracts from the Talmud, the Midrashim and the Kabbalah

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Published by Routledge in London .

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  • Rabbinical literature -- Translations into English.,
  • Wisdom -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.,
  • Judaism -- Essence, genius, nature.

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Statement[compiled and translated by] Paul Isaac Hershon.
GenreTranslations into English.
SeriesTrübner"s oriental series -- 3
ContributionsHershon, Paul Isaac, 1817-1888.
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LC ClassificationsBM495 .T3 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii, 361 p. ;
Number of Pages361
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Open LibraryOL22599641M
ISBN 100415244587, 0415242843, 0415231884

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The Rothschild Miscellany consists of more than 37 religious and secular works. Among the religious books are Psalms, Proverbs and Job and a yearly prayer book including the Passover Haggadah.

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Selected and edited by Louis I. Newman in collaboration with Samuel Spitz. New York, Behrman House, Inc., pp. $ There is a growing tendency these days to publish good books under bad tides. The present volume is a case in point.

Many Talmudic and Kabalistic quotations may, however, be found in J. Stehelin's Rabbinical Literature of ; in John Allen's “Modern Judaism,”and in works on the Kabalah by Adolph Franck and Christian Ginsburg, while Hershon has published Hebraic lore in his “Talmudic Miscellany,” and “Genesis according to the Talmud /5(6).

Hershon, in his book, Talmudic Miscellany, says: "There is a notion among the rabbis that Adam was possessed originally of a bi-sexual organism, and this conclusion they draw from Genesiswhere it is said, 'God created man in His own image; male-female created He them."'.

What is the Talmud. (A book in Hebrew, the first chapter of which is translated into English as an appendix to the Pentateuch. Its language and characters). Chicago, In the first prospectus issued by the New Amsterdam Book Co., it is republished with additional remarks.

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It seems probable that the scorpion-and-turtle fable mentioned above by my friend Max Kappa has at sometime been conflated with the Talmudic story.

* A Talmudic Miscellany (, compiled and translated by Paul Isaac Hershon), p. Samuel is quoting Psalm p. PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION, The first edition of this little book has been long out of print, and for several years I have been asked to enlarge it, but until the present time sufficient leisure has not been found to collect the additional matter which seemed desirable.

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It comprises 84 different groups of texts, including hundreds of poems, reflecting the. Israel and Iran in Talmudic Times. A Political History. Lanham, University Press of AmericaStudies in Judaism Series. Reprise of materials in A History of the Jews in Babylonia II-V, parts of chapter one of each volume.

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Even if both laws are unfavourable towards the Jew the judge should still find some pretext for deciding in his favour.

Rabbi Samuel says that benefit should be derived from every mistake the non-Israelite may make. (See Paul Isaac Hershon, Talmudic Miscellany, London,pp.

37 and ). "A Talmudic Miscellany" (London; ), Introd. (by W. Brown), p. xvi. [2] It is a mistake to call the Mishna "text" and the Gemara "commentary," as is so often done, for though in printed form the Mishna stands out in bolder type, surrounded by the Gemara, the latter is not a commentary but a completion or appendix of additional matter.

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The final section of the Bible, the Writings, is a miscellany of 13 very different books: three poetic books, the Psalms, Proverbs, and Job; the five scrolls Song of Songs, Book of Ruth, the Book of Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, and Book of Esther; and Daniel, Ezra-Nehemiah, and Chronicles.

TALMUDIC AND MIDRASHIC MISCELLANY 55 Tosafot has the same meaning and recognizing the element of exag geration suggest that mitfb should be read "her fire" or "heat," i.e.

he was inflamed by her8). Ginzberg maintains that rnitfb should be understood as "her light" since those of physical beauty are said to emanate light9). Kitsur Sh'lh, f. 71, 1 (Hershon, Talmudic Miscellany, p. The chair set for him is called "the throne of Elijah." For many Rabbinic legends see Hershon, Treasures of the Talmud, pp.

The Persians regard him as the teacher of Zoroaster. The sensual richness of the written record confronts us like nothing else can with the sobering animality of our archive: the ghost of a spine, the curve of a haunch; patterns of scar tissue, hair follicles, sutures snaking across flayed skin; bindings as fuzzy as a cat.

The written record is a vast storehouse of creaturely remains that continue to claim our attention and wonder. The notion of refrigeria (see supra, p.

) and progressive mitigation is clearly expressed in the Talmud, Jalkuth Tehillin, 84 (Hershon's Talmudic Miscellany, p. "Rabbi Jochanan said the praises of God which ascend from Gehenna are more than those which ascend from Paradise.".

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