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Viewed as ideal types, the Halakhah defines the norm, setting forth what is obligatory, the Aggadah, specifies what exceeds the norm and goes beyond the measure of the law.

Viewed as ideal types, the Halakhah defines the norm, setting forth what is obligatory, the Aggadah, specifies what exceeds the norm and goes beyond the measure of the law. The striking differences of style and substance that differentiate the two categories of discourse present the question of how they intersect in a single coherent statement, a system that holds together its two distinct media of thought and expression

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He also is a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton NJ, and Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University, in England.

Categories: Jewish Books. The Unity of Rabbinic Discourse : Halakhah in the Aggadah. Studies in Ancient Judaism. By (author) Jacob Neusner. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. He also is a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton NJ, and Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University, in England.

Jacob Neusner (July 28, 1932 – October 8, 2016) was an American academic scholar of Judaism. Neusner was born in Hartford, Connecticut to Reform Jewish parents. He graduated from William H. Hall High School in West Hartford. He then attended Harvard University, where he met Harry Austryn Wolfson and first encountered Jewish religious texts.

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The canonical documents of Rabbinic Judaism impose upon most of their . He founded a field of scholarship: the academic study of Judaism

In these pages, Neusner assembles anomalous compositions that occur in the Mishnah, Tosefta, four Tannaite Midrashim, and Genesis Rabbah, and he further tests the uniformity of the forms that govern in a familiar chapter of the Bavli. He founded a field of scholarship: the academic study of Judaism. He built out of that field to influence a larger subject: the academic study of religion.

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Pointing readers toward the right way to pursue the academic study of Judaism, Nuesner's focus is on the study of the literature of Judaism and the culture of the Jewish community. Pointing readers toward the right way to pursue the academic study of Judaism, Nuesner's focus is on the study of the literature of Judaism and the culture of the Jewish community.

Among the different Judaisms in antiquity, rabbinic Judaism held that at. .Jacob Neusner presents an extensive introduction to rabbinic literature

Among the different Judaisms in antiquity, rabbinic Judaism held that at Mount Sinai God revealed the Torah to Moses in two media, the Written and the Oral Torah. The rabbis claimed they possessed the memorized or Oral Torah. This book is useful for the initial understanding of the different expressions of rabbinic literature and other genres, such as Jewish philosophy, that were influenced by rabbinic thought. Introduction to Rabbinic Literature. Jacob Neusner presents an extensive introduction to rabbinic literature. A general introduction is followed by a presentation of different rabbinic texts, referred to as documents.

Viewed as ideal types, the Halakhah defines the norm, setting forth what is obligatory, the Aggadah, specifies what exceeds the norm and goes beyond the measure of the law. The striking differences of style and substance that differentiate the two categories of discourse present the question of how they intersect in a single coherent statement, a system that holds together its two distinct media of thought and expression. When we have in hand systematic data on how Aggadah contributes to the Halakhah, and where Halakhah serves the purposes of the Aggadah, we find possible the logical next step: where do the two intersect, and at what points do the respective complexes of category-formations stand autonomous of one another, and that leads to the question: how do Aggadah and Halakhah constitute a coherent religious structure and make in common a single systemic statement? Where, within the formative literature of Normative Judaism, they join together, what affect the one exercises upon the other, and how the whole - Rabbinic Judaism - exceeds and transcends the sum of the parts - the Halakhah, the Aggadah - is spelled out.
The  Unity of Rabbinic Discourse: Halakhah in the Aggadah (Studies in Judaism) download epub
Humanities
Author: Jacob Neusner
ISBN: 0761819266
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: University Press Of America; 2nd edition (February 7, 2001)
Pages: 208 pages