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Author: Jacob Neusner
ISBN: 0761844031
Language: English
Pages: 286 pages
Category: Judaism
Publisher: University Press of America (January 16, 2009)
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Sifrz Zutta to Numbers book. Sifre Zutta to Numbers is the first translation into English of . Horovitz's Siphre d'be Rab: Siphre ad Numeros adjecto Siphre zutta.

Sifrz Zutta to Numbers book. It aims at contributing to the characterization of Sifre Zutta to Numbers, its recurrent formal traits, its paramount qualities of rhetorical and topical exposition, and its dominant logic of coherent discourse. The author plans a systema Sifre Zutta to Numbers is the first translation into English of .

Jacob Neusner is Distinguished Service Professor of the History and Theology of Judaism and Senior Fellow, Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College

Jacob Neusner is Distinguished Service Professor of the History and Theology of Judaism and Senior Fellow, Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College. He is a Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University, and member of the Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey. He holds nine honorary degrees, fourteen academic medals and other awards, and has published more than a thousand books. Библиографические данные.

Sifre Zutta to Numbers (. .has been added to your Basket. Jacob Neusner is Distinguished Service Professor of the History and Theology of Judaism and Senior Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College. He is a Member of the Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, and a Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University. He holds nine honorary degrees and fourteen academic medals and other awards and has published more than a thousand books.

Sifre Zutta (Hebrew: ספרי זוטא) is a midrash on the Book of Numbers. Medieval authors mention it under the titles "Sifre shel Panim Acherim" and "Vi-Yeshallehu Zutta"; and to distinguish from it the Sifre, Or Zarua calls the latter "Sifre Rabbati. The Sifre Zutta has not been preserved; and apparently was no longer extant by the time of Abraham Bakrat (around 1500)

Sifré Zutta to Numbers is the first translation into English of . ENG. Number of Pages.

Sifré Zutta to Numbers is the first translation into English of . It aims at contributing to the characterization of Sifré Zutta to Numbers, its recurrent formal traits, its paramount qualities of rhetorical and topical exposition, and its dominant logic of coherent discourse.

Mobile version (beta). Rabbinic Narrative: A Documentary Perspective - Volume Two: Forms, Types and Distribution of Narratives in Sifra, Sifre to Numbers, and Sifre to Deuteronomy. Jacob Neusner, Noam Neusner, Noam . Neusner with an epilogue by William Scott Green. The Theology of the Halakhah (Brill Reference Library of Judaism). Download (PDF). Читать.

Not to be confused with Sifre Zutta. A modern English translation is that of Jacob Neusner, Sifre to Numbers (1986) and Sifre to Deuteronomy (1987). The Sifre to Numbers is evidently a midrash which originated in Rabbi Ishmael's school, and which has all the characteristics of such a work. It follows the same principles of exposition as does the Mekhilta; the same group of tannaim appears, and the same technical terms are employed. There are also many material points of similarity with the Mekhilta  .

Continuing with the theme of volume Seven, devoted to Sifra, Jacob Neusner proceeds to Sifre to Numbers and .

Continuing with the theme of volume Seven, devoted to Sifra, Jacob Neusner proceeds to Sifre to Numbers and Sifre to Deuteronomy. It is, further, to place these propositions, where established, into a relationship with those that characterize the canon as a whole. He also is a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton NJ, and Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University, in England. Country of Publication.

Neusner's "Sifré to Numbers". oceedings{Barth1989NeusnersT, title {Neusner's "Sifr{'e} to Numbers"}, author {Lewis M. Barth and Jacob Neusner}, year {1989} }. Lewis M. Barth, Jacob Neusner.

Sifré Zutta to Numbers is the first translation into English of H.S. Horovitz's Siphre d'be Rab: Siphre ad Numeros adjecto Siphre zutta. It aims at contributing to the characterization of Sifré Zutta to Numbers, its recurrent formal traits, its paramount qualities of rhetorical and topical exposition, and its dominant logic of coherent discourse. The author plans a systematic comparison of Sifré to Numbers and Sifré Zutta to Numbers, which will highlight the definitive characteristics and program of Sifré Zutta to Numbers. He is looking for the gross indicative qualities, such as repetition of types of inquiry and programs of analysis. These gross traits of inquiry dominate throughout and await recognition. For that purpose, securing a definitive reading among the available variations is not essential, for the range of variation is vastly outweighed by the uniformities of all extant versions of the document. They are whate define the document, beginning to end, start to finish.The author translates the edition of H. S. Horovitz, Siphre d? be Rab: I, Siphre ad Numeros adjecto Siphre zutta. Leipsig: Gustav Fock, 1917. He referred also to his The Components of the Rabbinic Documents: From the Whole to the Parts: Vol. XII, Sifré to Numbers. Atlanta: Scholars Press for U.S.F. Academic Commentary Series, 1998.