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The sefer Tal Oros gives a wonderful answer to this question. The complete piece, which I recommend reading to fully understand his answer, can be found here, but I will quote the most essential paragraphs: The mitzvah of tefillin requires them to be worn the whole day. However, probably at a time later than that of the Amoraim, that is, during the ...
The Ben Ish Chai (Shana alef parshas vayeira 21) brings the Levush who writes that by the kever of Yicheskal HaNavi something fell and revealed a very old pair of teffilin and it was keseder Rashi .At first we thought that it is like every machlokes that one shittah iis batel to the other one.That was until the Arizal came and said bkabbalah from the mouth ...
I think the point is that there isn't an unbroken tradition that goes back to Moshe; if there was we would know. The 'oral law' is just the opinions of men and not revelation from G-d. If there were an unbroken tradition going back to Moshe we would know, wouldn't we?
The Tosfos quoted by Double AA answers (as far as I understand it): The point of אשת איש is not to specify the specific case involved, but rather to say it was from a capital case and emphasize that this Mamzer is a Mamzer according to the requirement that the relationship be a capital one (so don't think that we are being overly strict, we think it takes a ...
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