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Darkhei ha-limmud : an evaluation and synthesis of two methods of Sugya analysis /

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New York : Jewish Theological Seminary,
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  • Talmud
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Untitled Darkhei Ha'Limmud: An Evaluation and Synthesis of Two Methods of Sugya Analysis Samuel Yamshon Senior Honors Thesis Columbia University Class of 2011 List College Class of 2011 Jewish Theological Seminary of America Table of Contents 1.1 Introduction.............................................................................................1 2.1 The Development of the Source-Critical Method of Talmud Study...4 2.2 Understanding a Sugya using the Source-Critical Method.................8 2.3 Criticism of the Academic Methodology.............................................11 2.4 An Example of the Source-Critical Method on a Sugya....................13 2.5 An Evaluation of the Example Sugya..................................................19 3.1 The Inception of the Brisker Method..................................................22 3.2 The Evolution of the Brisker Method..................................................27 3.3 Criticisms of Brisk.................................................................................31 3.4 An Example of the Brisker Method on a Sugya..................................35 3.5 An Evaluation of the Example Sugya..................................................39 4.1 A Proposal for Synthesis.......................................................................43 4.2 An Example Sugya Using the Conceptual-Critical Method..............46 4.3 Conclusion and Proposal for Further Study......................................54 5.1 Appendix................................................................................................57 Appendix A........................................................................................57 Appendix B........................................................................................58 Appendix C........................................................................................65 6.1 Works Cited...................................................................

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