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http://www.dafyomi.co.il/memdb/revindex.php?fr=kidu revach l'daf (link goes to kidushin but they have for other tractates as well) has short summary with brief insight


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The point-by-point outline from dafyomi.co.il is a good resource. You can subscribe to it by email, which is how I get it, though I've found the email to be a little erratic in the last year or so. They also publish a short compilation of background material on each daf along with other related materials. None of this is a substitute for the full text; ...


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DafDigest is a great resource when learning the daf. http://www.dafdigest.org/archives.php


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If you can read form a video this app daf hachaim Has a very good 1 min and 5 min video of the daf yomi (and also old dafim) You can probably access it on there website. http://dafhachaim.org


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Rashi, a central commentator explains the biblical verse from Zecharyah 8:10 which he understands to refer to someone who leaves Torah study to study anything else. The Talmud then discusses others who have no peace. This section mentions someone who chooses to leave one source of learning and jump to another (and it seems, does so still expecting the same ...


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This seems to be dependent on the text of the Talmudic passage in Chagiga 10a. In conformance with the printed text of Rashi's commentary, the printed Talmud states: כיון שיוצא אדם מדבר הלכה לדבר מקרא - שוב אין לו שלום. ושמואל אמר: זה הפורש מתלמוד למשנה, ורבי יוחנן אמר: אפילו מתלמוד לתלמוד. "Rav said once a person leaves matters of halacha for ...


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This is firstly a formulation problem. I will re-write the question with my own words. The main purpose of the Beth Din is to make justice. So, if Reuven has only 2 good witnesses, this should be enough. And we discover here an additional area of concern in Beth Din. What is this concern? This Concern is called "צריך לברר/אין צריך לברר". ...


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POINT BY POINT SUMMARY Sanhedrin 23b Explains that this is an argument discussing whether a litigant (Reuven) is able to join with a witness (David) in order to disqualify one of the pairs of witnesses that his opponent (Shimon) claims to have. If Shimon does have two pairs of witnesses, then even if one pair has been disqualified, the other pair is ...


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Similar passages can be found in all shas. You rapidly can see dozen, this is particularly length. The particularity is that this sugia treat a simple topic with a long list of similar Ta Shma (an attempt to solve the problem with a Brayta or a Mishna). It is relatively rare from a formal point of view I think that is the list of Ta Shma of the suggia of ...


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We discuss for Kinyan Chalipin. The question is about the Hava Amina that entails an additional teaching to exclude the possibility of Chalipin with coin. The answer can be found in Kesef Mishne Introduction: The rationale is that when the Gemara says mana, the definition is a not-fruit. So coin may be a mana in this sense. And further the Gemara found two ...



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