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This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Books BPH behandelt Espe Language UofBAbibliographyandnotes. Full text of " Introduction to the Talmud. Key to the Abbreviations used in the Talmud and its Commentaries. The Talmud is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable literary productions of antiquity. In its twelve folio volumes it embodies the mental labors of the ancient Jewish teachers during a period of about eight hundred BPH behandelt Espe.
The attention of these teachers was directed particularly to expounding and developing the religious, moral and civil law of the Bible. The pages of this great work are, besides, replete with wise observations, ethical maxims, beautiful legends and parables, and exegetical explanations. We also find in it valuable historical and ethnographical material, as well as occasional references to the various branches of ancient know- ledge and science.
The Talmud is also remarkable for the powerful influence it exerted upon the thought and life of the Jews during the Middle Ages, yes, even down to quite recent times. Its authority was second only to that of the Bible. Although modern Jews have emancipated themselves more or less from its authority, the Talmud still remains a venerable literary monument of a great and important epoch in BPH behandelt Espe development of Judaism.
At the same time, it is a valuable source of religious and ethical doctrines as well as of scientific investigation. In our BPH behandelt Espe, quite a general interest in this literary monu- ment of antiquity is being awakened. This increasing inter- est is manifested not only by the publication of numerous works and monographs on Talmudical topics, but also by the vi Preface. The present work which I have called "Introduction to the Talmud" is the result of many years' labor and of a long experi- ence as professor of the Talmudical branches at the Hebrew Union College.
It BPH behandelt Espe intended to facilitate the exceedingly difficult study of an intricate subject. It is the first comprehen- sive work of its kind in the English language, yes, it might be said, in any BPH behandelt Espe language, if we except Prof. Herman L. Strack's "Einleitung in BPH behandelt Espe Talmud", a book which, though treating our subject with scientific exactness and impartiality, was not intended to cover the whole ground as is attempted in the present publication.
Earlier works of this kind, from the eleventh century down to our time, have been written in Hebrew BPH behandelt Espe rather in the Rab- binical idiom, and hence are accessible to BPH behandelt Espe scholars only. Valuable literary material, the result of keen critical research into our subject, has been published by some modern scholars, among whom may be named the late Z. Frankel, and I. Regarding the second and third parts of this work, I had to rely almost entirely on my own researches. BPH behandelt Espe only modern work on Talmudical Hermeneutics is Dr.
Hirschfeld's "Halachische BPH behandelt Espe. But the usefulness of this learned work is greatly impaired by the fact that, 1 The literature on this subject is given further on in the chapter Auxiliaries to the study of the Talmud" pp. The application of the various hermeneutical rules is illustrated by numerous examples which have been carefully selected,and which will afford the student an opportunity of becoming familiar with some of the peculiarities of the Talmudical Law.
Part III of this Introduction is the first attempt at present- ing the Methodology and Terminology of the Talmud in a strictly systematical way. It is, to some extent, an exposition of the Dialectics of the Rabbis, an analysis of their BPH behandelt Espe and debates. The references and examples added to each ofthe technical terms and phrases show their prevalence in all sections ofthe Talmud.
I may be pardoned in entertaining the hope that this portion of my work will be found a reliable guide through BPH behandelt Espe labyrinth of Talmudical discussions. The appended treatise "Outlines of Talmudical Ethics" is essentially the contents of my paper on that subject read at the World's Parliament of Religions in Chicago.
The alphabetical Register of the principal Tanaim and Amo- raim, the Index of technical Terms and Phrases, and the "Key to the Abbreviations used in the Talmud and its commentaries 1 ' will, I hope, add to the usefulness Oi this work. Cincinnati, March, PART I. Its Origin, Compilation and Division. Language of the Mishna. The Sopherim, the " Zugoth," the Tanaim. The six Generations of the latter.
Char- acteristics and Biographical Sketches of the principal Tanaim. Palestinian and Babylonian Amoraim. Their Division into Generations. Bio- graphical Sketches of the principal Amo- raim. Classification of its Contents into Halacha and Agada. Compilation of the Palastinian and the Babylonian Gemara. The two Gemaras compared with each other. On the Babylonian Talmud. Exclu- sively on the Mishna. On the Palesti- nian Talmud. Compendiums of the Talmud, by Alfasi and by Asher b. Asher and by Joseph Karo.
Collections of the Agadic Portions of the Talmud. Chres- tomathies. Introductory Works, a. Older Works, b. Modern Works in He- brew, c. Works and Articles in Modern Languages, d. Historical Works, e. En- cyclopedical Works. Some Other Books of Reference. The Mishna. The Babylonian. The Palestinian Talmud. Modern Works and Monographs on Tal- mudical Subjects. Plain and Artificial Interpre- tation.
Legal and Homiletical Interpreta- tion. HillePs Seven Hermeneutic Rules. A New Method, by Nahum. Development of this Method, by R. The Thirteen Rules of R.
Gezera Shava. Restrictions BPH behandelt Espe the Application of Analogy. Limited or Unlimited Effect of an Analogy. BPH behandelt Espe tation and Reinstatement of Hermeneutic Arguments. The Theory of Extension and Limitation. Classification: 1. Questions of Investi- gation. Questions of Astonishment. Questions of Objection. Some Special Kinds of Objection.
The Dilemma. The Rejoinder. Questions of Problem and Their Solution. Terms and Phrases Introducing an Argument. Classification of Arguments : a. Argument From Common Sense, b. Argument From Authority, c. Argument From Construction, d. Argument From Analogy, e. Argument a fortiori.
Indi- rect Argumentation. Direct and Indirect Arguments Combined. The Refutation of BPH behandelt Espe Proposition. Procedure of Refuting the Various Kinds of Arguments.
Definition and Terms. The Principal De- baters. Illustration of a Debate.