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Author: Berachyahu Lifshitz
ISBN13: 978-9057026195
Title: Jewish Law Annual Volume 13
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Language: English
Category: Judaism
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 1, 2000)
Pages: 304

Jewish Law Annual Volume 13 by Berachyahu Lifshitz



Volume 17 of The Jewish Law Annual adds to the growing list of articles on Jewish law that have been published in volumes 1-16 of this series, providing English-speaking readers with scholarly articles presenting jurisprudential, historical, textual and comparative analysis of issues in Jewish law. The volume contains seven articles diverse in their scope and focus

By Berachyahu Lifshitz. the quantity includes seven articles varied of their scope and concentration. articles are dedicated. article addresses the interesting query of the epistemic-pedagogic worldviews of the rival Tannaitic felony lecturers, the home of Hillel and the home of Shammai. the amount concludes with a piece on Israeli laws that adduces or is expert by means of Jewish legislations, and studies of a much-discussed fresh e-book on a subject matter of substantial modern curiosity: the agunah.

Routledge Published September 20, 2000 Reference - 304 Pages ISBN 9789057026195 - CAT RX10162 Series: Jewish Law Annual. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. The chronicle section contains a study of developments pertaining to the litigation surrounding the Kiryas Joel school.

Volume 20 of The Jewish Law Annual features six detailed studies. The first three articles consider questions which fall under the rubric of halakhic methodology. The final three articles address substantive questions regarding privacy, cohabitation and medical triage. All three ‘methodological’ articles discuss creative interpretation of legal sources. Two (Cohen and Gilat) consider the positive and forward-thinking aspects of such halakhic creativity. The third (Radzyner) examines tendentious invocation of new halakhic arguments to advance an extraneous interest.

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Volume 19 of The Jewish Law Annual is a festschrift in honor of Professor Neil S. Hecht. It contains thirteen articles, ten in English and three in Hebrew. Several articles are jurisprudential in nature, focusing on analysis of halakhic institutions and concepts. In the Hebrew section, an intriguing article by Berachyahu Lifshitz presents a comparison of Persian and talmudic law on the status of promises and the role of the divine in their enforcement. Yuval Sinai discusses the halakhic law of evidence, particularly the well-known "two witnesses" requirement and departures from it. The volume closes with a historical article by Elimelech Westreich on the official rabbinical court in nineteenth century Jerusalem

Volume 17 of The Jewish Law Annual adds to the growing list of articles on Jewish law that have been published in volumes 1-16 of this series, providing English-speaking readers with scholarly articles presenting jurisprudential, historical, textual and comparative analysis of issues in Jewish law. The volume contains seven articles diverse in their scope and focus.

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Volume 17 of The Jewish Law Annual adds to the growing list of articles on Jewish law that have been published in volumes 1-16 of this series, providing English-speaking readers with scholarly articles presenting jurisprudential, historical, textual and comparative analysis of issues in Jewish law.

A diverse collection of scholarly articles on a variety of topics related to Jewish law. Among the ten articles are two different analyses of the married woman's rights with respect to use of marital property; a study of the principles used by Maimonides in enumerating the precepts; two articles on the question of whether halakhic inferences can be drawn from the interchangeable use of synonymous terms in the Talmud; and a bibliography of the writings of the Boaz Cohen. The chronicle section contains a study of developments pertaining to the litigation surrounding the Kiryas Joel school district and the separation of church and state. The last section of the volume surveys recent literature on biblical and Jewish law.