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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 ...
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.
R. Sherira Gaon (Iggeres R. Shrira Gaon) famously writes that "it was decided" that Amoraim cannot argue on tannaim.
No. This is a commonly stated rule post-Talmud, but it is also simply accepted without debate in the Talmud. One example is Gitten 49b-50a where Mar Zutra makes a statement that when the Mishna says that when land is foreclosed on to collect a Kesuba the land taken from the least valuable-per-acre land (Ziburis) it is only referring to if the husband dies ...
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