Sarason, Richard S.

Edité par Leiden: Brill,, 1979
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Éditeur : Leiden: Brill,

Date d'édition : 1979

Reliure : Hardcover

Edition : 1st Edition

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First edition. Cloth, 8vo. Xx, 289 pages. Part 1: Commentary. 25 cm. The Mishnah, in its "detailed rulings on various matters pertaining to the whole range of everyday life, " writes the author, "makes a larger statement about the cosmos, the human realm, and reason which pervades them both. " He calls for "systematic analysis. Tractate by tractate, paying careful attention to the details out of which the larger picture emerges. " Tractate Demai "sheds crucial light on the Mishnaic law of tithes. And suggests the larger connection between the law of tithing in Zeraim and the law of purities in Tohorot. " The author's investigation into the "structure and history of the ideas in Demai" and the "implications of those ideas for the history of the formation of rabbinic Judaism" begins in this volume with a "systematic literary and substantive commentary to the tractate as a whole. Confronting in minute detail the literary and hermeneutical problems of the sources. " Richard S. Sarason is Professor of Rabbinic Literature and Thought at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. A revision of the author's doctoral dissertation, Brown University, 1977. Series: Studies in Judaism in late antiquity. SUBJECT (S) : Mishnah. Demai -- Commentaries. Tosefta. Demai -- Commentaries. Without dustjacket, as issued. Minor shelfwear; interior pristine. Very Good condition. (RAB-60-4). N° de réf. du libraire 35704

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