By Heinrich W. Guggenheimer
The 9th quantity of this variation, translation, and remark of the Jerusalem Talmud comprises Tractates. the 1st Tractate, "Documents," treats divorce legislations and ideas of enterprise whilst written files are required. Collateral issues are the principles for records of manumission, these for sealed files whose contents will be hidden from witnesses, the foundations in which the divorced spouse can acquire the moneys due her, the requirement that either divorcer and divorcee be of sound brain, and the principles of conditional divorce. the second one Tractate, "Nazirites," describes the Nasirean vow and is the most rabbinic resource in regards to the impurity of the lifeless. As in all volumes of this version, a (Sephardic rabbinic) vocalized textual content is gifted, with parallel texts used as resource of version readings. a brand new translation is observed through an intensive observation explaining the rabbinic heritage of all statements and noting Talmudic and similar parallels. consciousness is attracted to the huge Babylonization of the Giṭṭin textual content in comparison to genizah texts.
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Rebbi Ze'ira was looking at him 91 . He asked him, why do you look at me? Was it not said that practice follows the lenient opinion in rabbinic matters? They thought, that is a single opinion against a single opinion, but not a single opinion against the Sages, and here even a single opinion against t h e Sages 92 . 90 This opinion is not mentioned in m a t t e r s of d i v o r c e as it is s p l i t in the Babli. matters of impurity, as e x p l a i n e d l a t e r 91 Disapproving. in the Halakhah.
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The Jerusalem Talmud תלמוד ירושׁלמי Third Order: Našim סדר נשׁים Tractates Giṭṭin and Nazir מסכתות גיטין ונזיר - Edition, Translation, and Commentary by Heinrich W. Guggenheimer