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Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan.

Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan.

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish ethics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslated from the Hebrew by Judah Goldin.
    SeriesYale Judaica series,, v. 10
    ContributionsGoldin, Judah, 1914- tr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM506.4.A2 E5 1955
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 277 p.
    Number of Pages277
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6175008M
    LC Control Number55006145
    OCLC/WorldCa4328438

    The world does indeed stand on those three pillars. world stands on the pillars of ethics/morality, justice, and compassion for others. happens when the world stands on the pillars of greed, selfishness, and self-interest. Avot contains lessons for improving both the individual and society.


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The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan. This is the first English translation of The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, one of the richest depositories of rabbinic reflections on the study of the Torah/5. The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan (Abot de Rabbi Nathan), Version B: A Translation and Commentary (Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity) Hardcover – December 1, Author: Saldarini.

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This is the first English translation of The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, one of the richest depositories of rabbinic reflections on the study of the Torah. It is the earliest commentary on Abot, the only tractate of the Mishnah that does not deal with legal matters but exclusively with "agada," an unlimited variety of religious, ethical, and edifying subjects.

The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Jacob Neusner. In this close analysis of 'The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan', a sixth-century commentary on the Mishnah-tractyate 'The Fathers' (Avot), Jacob Neusner considers the way in which the story, as a distinctive type of narrative, entered the canonical writings of : Jacob Neusner.

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In this close analysis of 'The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan', a sixth-century commentary on the Mishnah-tractyate 'The Fathers' (Avot), Jacob Neusner considers the way in which the story, as a distinctive type of narrative, entered the canonical writings of Judaism.

The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan by Goldin, Judah [Translator] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In this close analysis of The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, a sixth-century commentary on the Mishnah-tractate The Fathers (Avot), Jacob Neusner considers the way in which the story, as a distinctive type of narrative, entered the canonical writings of Judaism.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Of the score of documents in the Rabbinic canon that reached closure in late antiquity, the first six centuries of the Common Era, the Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan Text A (Abot de Rabbi Natan, henceforward: ARNA) proves the most difficult to classify in the canonical context.

The Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan (Abot de Rabbi Nathan), Version B A translation and commentary Series: Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity, Volume: 11Cited by: 5.

The book Abot De-Rabbi Natan (The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan) contains a list of persons from the Israelite Scriptures that were "born circumcised": Adam, Seth, Noah, Shem, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, the wicked Balaam, Samuel, David, Jeremiah and Zerubbabel.

Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan: Abot De Rabbi Nathan, Anthony J. Saldarini, Brill Academic, The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, Jacob Neusner, University of South Florida Press, Commentaries.

Schechter gives the commentaries to Avot de-Rabbi Nathan in his edition. Emendations were made by Benjamin Motal. The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan (Abot de Rabbi Nathan) Version B: A Translation and Commentary Volume 11 of Studies in Judaism in late antiquity Version B Volume 10 of Yale judaica series: Editor: Anthony J.

Saldarini: Publisher: Brill Archive, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects. The Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan: an analytical translation and explanation. Responsibility by Jacob Neusner. Uniform Title Talmud. Minor tractates. Avot de-Rabbi Nathan. English. Imprint Atlanta, Ga.: Scholars Press, c The translation of Abot de Rabbi Nathan, Version B, presented here will hopefully open up another text to wide range of readers who do not read Mishnaic Hebrew.

For the Hebraist the trans. lation is an interpretation of a which been in itself and distinctly from the traditional version of Aba de Rabbi Nathan. This is the first English translation of The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, one of the richest depositories of rabbinic reflections on the study of the Torah.

It is the earliest commentary on Abot, the only tractate of the Mishnah that does not deal with legal matters but exclusively with Brand: Judah Goldin. This is the first English translation of The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, one of the richest depositories of rabbinic reflections on the study of the Torah.

It is the earliest commentary on Abot, the only tractate of the Mishnah that does not deal with legal matters but exclusively with "agada," an unlimited variety of religious, ethical.

Description: Of the documents in the Rabbinic canon that reached closure in late antiquity, the Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan A is different in its indicative traits from any other in the Rabbinic documents of its period.

Neusner explains what is at stake for the documentary hypothesis of the Rabbinic canon. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed.

published by Yale University Press, New Haven, which was issued as v. 10 of Yale Judaica series. Centering on one large and influential anthology, The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, Jonathan Schofer situates that text within a broader spectrum of rabbinic thought, while at the same time bringing rabbinic thought into dialogue with current scholarship on the self, ethics, theology, and the history of religions.

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Free shipping for many products. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Talmud. Minor tractates. Avot de-Rabbi Nathan. English. Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan. New Haven, Yale University Press [, ©]. THE FATHERS ACCORDING TO RABBI NATHAN: AN ANALYTICAL TRANSLATION AND EXPLANATION. By Jacob Neusner.

Brown Judaic Studies Pp. xiv + Atlanta: Scholars, Cloth. One might think, given the numerous translations of the Mishnah cur rently available, that the appearance of yet another such volume merits little notice.

The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan. Translated from the Hebrew by Judah Goldin. Yale University Press, London: Cumberlege. 38s. Reviewed by Rabbi Dr. LOUIS JACOBS “Aboth de-Rabbi Nathan” is one of the so-called Minor Tractates of the Talmud, generally printed at the end of the fourth division of the Babylonian Talmud.

AVOT DE-RABBI NATHAN (Heb. אָבוֹת דְּרַבִּי נָתָן; “The Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan”), a commentary on, and an elaboration of, the mishnaic tractate work contains many ethical sayings, but also historical traditions, stories and bits of folklore. The work has come down to us in two highly different versions, customarily termed Version A (40 chapters) and.

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This is the first English translation of The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan, one of the richest depositories of rabbinic reflections on the study of the Torah. It is the earliest commentary on Abot, the only tractate of the Mishnah that does not deal with legal matters but exclusively with "agada," an unlimited variety of religious, ethical 4/5(1).

Book Description: Scholastic Rabbinism is a study of two early rabbinic documents, Pirke Avot and the Avot d'Rabbi Natan. Saldarini's study examines the literary connections between these related documents while at the same time drawing larger conclusions about their provenance and what they contribute to our understanding of early rabbinic scholasticism.

Anthony J. SALDARINI, The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan (Abot de Rabbi Nathan Version B) (Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity, vol. XI), E. Brillxiii, p., cloth f 68 in Journal for the Study of JudaismAuthor: H.E. Gaylord.

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The Fathers according to Rabbi Nathan (Abot de Rabbi Nathan) version B: a translation and commentary / by Anthony J. Saldarini Saldarini, Anthony J View online Borrow. Scholastic Rabbinism is a study of two early rabbinic documents, Pirke Avot and the Avot d'Rabbi Natan.

Saldarini's study examines the literary connections between these related documents while at the same time drawing larger conclusions about their provenance and what they contribute to our understanding of early rabbinic scholasticism.The authors of The Fathers According to Rabbi Nathan—some probably pre-Maccabean (before b.c.e.) and the latest dating four centuries later—displayed versatility and brilliance in carrying out their task.

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