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Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael

Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael

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Published by Jewish Publication Society of America in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mekhilta of Rabbi Ishmael.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranslated by Jacob Z. Lauterbach.
    ContributionsLauterbach, Jacob Z. 1873-1942
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM517 M4 1933, BM517 M4 1933a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20651506M
    ISBN 10082760078X


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Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael is a classic collection of midrash. It contains commentary on a large part of the Book of Exodus (chapters 12 to 23) and represents the two main modes of interpretation: the halakhah (legal doctrine), and the aggadah (moral and religious teachings).

Feb 22,  · Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, 2 volume set [Jacob Z. Lauterbach, David M. Stern] on menards.club *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael is a classic collection of midrash. It contains commentary on a large part of the Book of Exodus (chapters 12 to 23) and represents the two main modes of interpretation: the halakhah (legal doctrine)/5(3).

Mekilta of R. Ishmael. The author, or more correctly the redactor, of the Mekilta can not be definitely ascertained. Nissim b. Jacob, in his "Mafteaḥ" (to Shab. b), and R. Samuel ha-Nagid, in his introduction to the Talmud, refer to it as the "Mekilta de-Rabbi Yishmael," thus.

Jan 01,  · Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael is a classic collection of midrash. It contains commentary on a large part of the Book of Exodus (chapters 12 to 23) and represents the two main modes of interpretation: the halakhah (legal doctrine), and the aggadah (moral and religious teachings).

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Introducing Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael the book that first introduced me to reading rabbinic interpretation. J.Z. Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael: a critical edition on the basis of the manuscripts and early editions with an English translation, introduction and menards.club: Douglas Mangum.

MEKHILTA OF R. ISHMAEL (Aram. מְכִילְתָּא דְּרַבִּי יִשְׁמָעֵאל) halakhic Midrash on Exodus. Mekhilta de-Rabbi Yishmael (my) is a Midrash from the school of R. Ishmael to the Book of Exodus. The word "mekhilta" means "a measure," and its attribution to R.

Ishmael was. About the Book -- Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael (3 vols.) An electronic edition of the original JPS three-volume set. Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael is a classic collection of midrash.

It contains commentary on a large part of the Book of Exodus (chapters 12 to 23) and represents the two main modes of interpretation: the halakhah (legal doctrine), and the aggadah (moral and religious teachings).5/5(). Philadelphia: Jewish Pubn Society, Soft cover.

Good. Small octavo. Three volume set. Softcovers in white and green wrappers. All bindings show foxing. Mekhilta is an Aramaic word corresponding to the Hebrew middah, meaning a “measure” or “rule”, in this case referring to certain fixed rules of scriptural exegesis used in halakhic midrash.

Though there are other works known as Mekhiltot, the title “Mekhilta” by itself usually refers to a compilation of halakhic midrash on Exodus, the Mekhilta deRabbi Ishmael, excerpted below. nated by the name Mekilta15 (properly Mekilata) or Mekilta de Rabbi Ishmael, is one of the oldest Midrashim, although it is nowhere men-tioned in the Talmud by its present name.

It represents a tannaitic exposition of a large part of the book of Exodus,16 and deals with practically all the laws contained in that book as well as with some ofAuthor: Jacob Z. Lauterbach, David Stern. The Mekhilta of Rabbi Ishmael (Mekilta (Aramaic: מכילתא, a collection of rules of interpretation) is a halakhic midrash to the Book of menards.club name "Mekhilta" corresponds to the Hebrew middah ("measure," "rule") and is used to denote a compilation of.

The Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, for example, is often described as a “halakhic Midrash”, indicating that its exegetical intent is to refine the understanding of the laws. A description of the Mekilta observes: “It concentrates on the legal sections, but also does not omit the narrative portions.”2 Neusner’s description of.

This article refers to the Mekhilta de-Rabbi menards.club is a separate article on the Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon. Mekhilta or Mekilta (Aramaic: מכילתא, a collection of rules of interpretation) is a halakhic midrash to the Book of menards.club name "Mekhilta", corresponds to the Hebrew "middah" (= "measure," "rule"), and is used to denote a compilation of Scriptural exegesis ("middot"; comp.

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Mekilta of R. Ishmael. The author, or more correctly the redactor, of the Mekilta can not be definitely ascertained. Nissim b. Jacob, in his "Mafteaḥ " (to Shab. b), and R. Samuel ha-Nagid, in his introduction to the Talmud, refer to it as the "Mekilta de-Rabbi Yishmael," thus.

This article refers to the Mekhita de-Rabbi menards.club is a separate article on the Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon. Mekhilta or Mekilta (Hebrew: מכילתא) is the halakic midrash to the Book of menards.club name "Mekhilta", which corresponds to the Hebrew "middah" (= "measure," "rule"), was given to this midrash because the Scriptural comments and explanations of the Law which it contains are.

This Mekhilta is a halakhic midrash (commentary) on Exodus31 and This untagged module is the electronic text of the Munich Codex of Mekhilta de Rabbi Yishmael provided by the Primary Textual Witnesses Project (PTWP).

Version is enhanced with paragraph markers with each pisqa, so that when the text is displayed by paragraph, the entire pisqa is one section. As before, this. No exact match for mekhilta of rabbi ishmael.

Showing nearby names. Browsing Authors: "Mejias, Ulises Ali" to "Mellish, Joseph Charles, " (Show titles ; Include extended shelves). All this do you find with Moses and the (other) prophets, that they gave their lives for Israel.

What is written of Moses. (Exodus ) "And now, if You forgive their sin — and if not, blot me out of Your book which You have written.".

a term by which the Mekilta de-Rabbi Yishmael is designated (comp. Hoffmann, l.c. 40). This clearly indicates that there was a midrash to Deuteronomy by R. Ishmael at the period of the Amoraim.

This work, which was called also "Mekilta," disappeared at an early date, and was therefore unknown to the medieval authors. b quotes a passage to a verse in Deuteronomy from the "She'ar Sifre de-Be Rab," a term by which the Mekilta de-Rabbi Yishmael is designated (comp.

Hoffmann, l.c. 40). This clearly indicates that there was a midrash to Deuteronomy by R. Ishmael at the period of the Amoraim. This article refers to the Mekhilta de-Rabbi menards.club is a separate article on the Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon. Mekhilta or Mekilta (Aramaic: מכילתא, a collection of rules of interpretation) is a halakic midrash to the Book of menards.club name "Mekhilta", corresponds to the Hebrew "middah" (= "measure," "rule"), and is used to denote a compilation of Scriptural exegesis ("middot"; comp.

The Mekhilta le-Sefer Devarim (Hebrew: מכילתא לספר דברים) is a halakic midrash to Deuteronomy from the school of Rabbi Ishmael which is no longer extant. No midrash by this name is mentioned in Talmudic literature, nor do the medieval authors refer to such a work. Although Maimonides says in his introduction to the Yad ha-ḤazaḲah, "R.

Ishmael explained from 'we-eleh shemot. The Mekhilta of Rabbi Ishmael (Mekilta (Aramaic: מכילתא, a collection of rules of interpretation) is a halakhic midrash to the Book of Exodus.

The name "Mekhilta" corresponds to the Hebrew middah ("measure," "rule") and is used to denote a compilation of scriptural exegesis ("middot"; compare talmudical hermeneutics). First mention. Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, 3 Volumes von Lauterbach, Jacob Z.

(translation) und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf menards.club A Conceptual Approach to the Mekilta, by Max Kadushin, New York: Jonathan David Publishers,pp.; Lauterbach’s edition and translation of the Mekilta De-Rabbi Ishmael, vol.

1, pp., $, paperback $ Max Kadushin’s pioneering work on Rabbinic thinking is well-known to students of the Talmudic and Midrashic literature. The titles "Mekilta de Rabbi Ishmael" and "Mekilta de Rabbi Simon b.

Johbai" do not, however, indicate that the two teachers were the respective authors or originators of the works to which their names were attached, even though some rabbinic authorities may have so understood these descriptive titles.

MEKILTA DE-RABBI SHIM'ON: Tweet. By: Isidore Singer, This extract designates the work of R. Ishmael as the "Mekilta of Palestine," in contradistinction to R.

Simeon b. Yoḥai's midrash. It is clear, therefore, that the Mekilta of R. Simeon was implied in the title Sifre de-Be Rab (comp.

Hoffmann, "Einleitung in die Halachischen Midraschim. About the Book. A timeless collection of midrash never before available in English. The Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon bar Yohai is a collection of classical midrashic interpretation of the biblical Book of menards.club for centuries, the text was reconstructed and recovered in the 19th and 20th centuries by both German and Israeli scholars from a variety of source materials, including medieval.

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The Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael. Apr 13,  · Mekhilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, Bahodesh, 2, p. Jewish Mysticism They [the Israelites] said- Our wish is to see our king; one who hears is not comparable to one who sees.

God said to him [Moses]- Give them what they have requested, “For on the third day the Lord will descend in the sight of all the people upon Mount Sinai” (Exod. Oct 09,  · The Mekhilta de-Rabbi Shimon bar Yohai is a collection of classical midrashic interpretation of the biblical Book of Exodus.

Lost for centuries, the text was reconstructed and recovered in the 19th and 20th centuries by both German and Israeli scholars from a variety of source materials, including medieval manuscripts of the text and midrashic menards.clubs: 1. The Mekhilta le-Sefer Devarim (Hebrew: מכילתא לספר דברים) is a halakhic midrash to Deuteronomy from the school of Rabbi Ishmael which is no longer extant.

No midrash by this name is mentioned in Talmudic literature, nor do the medieval authors refer to such a work. Although Maimonides says, "R.

Ishmael explained from 've-eleh shemot' to the conclusion of the Torah, that is, the. Mekilta de Rabbi Ishmael, an early rabbinic commentary on Exo- dus, presents significant paradigms of self-sacrifice. 5 In fact, the re- currence and development of this theme of self-sacrifice throughout.

See Lauterbach, Mekilta De-Rabbi Ishmael, 52, and Kahana, Sifre, 51 Yadin-Israel develops the idea that the rabbinic interpreter is an “attentive listener” in Scripture as Logos, 34– Nov 08,  · Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael: Volume Three, translated by Jacob Z. Lauterbach Unfortunately, when I first saw this book online I did not realize that there were three volumes to the work, and so this was the first one I ordered and reviewed, and so I will be reading this work out of order, not something I.

To obtain a good overview of this book, we recommend that readers *rst read chapter one on the use of mystery in Daniel, as this chapter forms the Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael, vols. trans. and ed. Lauterbach (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, ); +e .