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May
26
comment Why shva nach when it should be a chataf patach?
And don't forget "לאסור אסר"!
May
25
comment How are there arguments over how God works?
Can you give an example of an argument of the type you describe?
May
25
reviewed Close Psalm of retaliation
May
25
comment Psalm of retaliation
94?
May
25
reviewed Close Source for Immersion after Biblical Niddah
May
25
comment Numbers in Numbers - always round
Possible dupe? judaism.stackexchange.com/q/38507/3 (Same answers, differently directed question.)
May
25
revised Numbers in Numbers - always round
Added tags, typo.
May
23
answered How soon do you have to make an asher yatzar?
May
22
revised Can a surgeon operate on his father
Organized information (somewhat) and resolved typos.
May
21
revised What is the [reason for the] issur of “uvdah d'chol”
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May
21
reviewed Reviewed Chalking pool cues on shabbat/yom-tov
May
21
comment Chalking pool cues on shabbat/yom-tov
Hello mmt and welcome to mi.yodeya! Can you provide a source for Rav Moshe's p'sak in this regard and a few words of explanation on how it applies to this case?
May
20
comment Muktzeh as a means to encourage cessation of labor
However, now that you pointed me towards the Shulchan Aruch Harav, in the first s'if of the section you quoted he formulates the reasons for the isur in a remarkably similar way to that of the Tif'eres Yisra'el. The former preceded the latter by about a generation but I have no idea exactly when they wrote their respective works. . . Interesting.
May
18
comment Muktzeh as a means to encourage cessation of labor
. . . Although the Ramba"n's comment in @Yoni's answer would appear to be allusions to some of those p'sukim in N'chemya.
May
18
revised Muktzeh as a means to encourage cessation of labor
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May
18
comment Muktzeh as a means to encourage cessation of labor
The problem being prevented appears to be in Nechemya, and is clearly according to the Rebbe, that of m'lacha, as the latter says in the first bold part: עשו חכמים סיג וגדר לאיסור הוצאה. This is one of the additional explanations brought by the Tif'eres Yisra'el but it is not the one about which I am asking.
May
18
revised Muktzeh as a means to encourage cessation of labor
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May
18
revised Is the Nefesh HaChaim truly representitive of the Gra's position?
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May
18
revised sifrai halacha on gittin
Incorporated comment.
May
18
asked Muktzeh as a means to encourage cessation of labor