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Including those listen in the question, those who wrote on Kodshim include: Rashi (11th century) Maimonides (12th century Tosefos: Rabbeinu Yaakov (ר"י) Rabbeinu Yitzchok Ben Asher HaLevi (ריב"א) Rabbeinu Gershom comments on seven tractates: Bechoros, Kerisus, Me'ila, Temura, Chullin, Menachos, and Arachin. The Shita Mekubetzes writes on all tractates ...


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Dr. Aviad Yehiel Hollander, secretary of the Jewish Law Association, has posted a recent article from R. Zvi Stampfer on his groundbreaking work on Rambam's commentary on masekhet Ketubot from the Talmud Yerushalmi. This includes manuscripts recently identified from the Fustat geniza that were not available to Prof. Lieberman when he published his work on ...


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It's not available that I know of (other than possible illegal copies). However, it is available in both print and electronic forms from JTS/Schoken Books. Hope that this helps. Kol tuv.


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here you go: http://www.docdroid.net/rko0/kefayet.pdf.html and a review by a scholar you should be sure to read: ...


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If you are interested the Meor Einayim, an early Acharon quotes him.


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The Shulchan Aruch in סימן רסא זמן הדלקת נרות לשבת states that Shabbat starts [the time it takes to walk] 3/4 Mil [1,500 Amoth] after the sun has set. א: סְפֵק חֲשֵׁכָה, וְהוּא בֵּין הַשְּׁמָשׁוֹת, (הַיְנוּ כְּדֵי שִׁעוּר הִלּוּךְ ג' רְבִיעֵי מִיל אַחַר שְׁקִיעַת הַחַמָּה (טוּר בְּסִימָן רצ''ג וּכְדִלְקַמָּן סוֹף סִימָן ב') (וְשִׁעוּר מִיל הוּא ...


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Based on some research, e.g. this link, I would venture that the Chazzal, the Rishonim and even early Achronim never heard of it and rarely if ever experienced the zap of static electricity. About the only way to accidentally produce static electricity without synthetic materials is by rubbing silk on glass, or fur on copper. Since they didn't wear ...


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While the influence of Lurianic Kabbala is certainly there, a lot of the ideas in Derech Hashem can be traced back to R' Saadia Gaon's "Emunot v'Deot" "Emunot v'Deot" was the first attempt to present Jewish thought in a systematic framework, which is exactly what "Derech Hashem" does. Moreover, some of the actual content of Emunot v'Deot and Derech Hashem ...



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