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Questions about the theory of Talmud study or general Talmudic concepts. Also for questions about a particular line of Talmudic-style reasoning.

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The Tosefta (Peah 3:8) seems to support the person who asked you the riddle: מעשה בחסיד אחד ששכח עומר בתוך שדהו ואמ' לבנו צא והקריב עלי פר לעולה ופר לשלמים אמ' לו אבא מה ראית לשמוח במצוה זו מכל …
answered Mar 7 '18 by Alex
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[I am aware that this answer argues the opposite of my other answer.] If the person who asked you this riddle meant that the guy can fulfill the mitzvah simply by forgetting (i.e. if he never realize …
answered Mar 9 '18 by Alex
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Disclaimer: I have no specific source that says what I am about to say. This is just my understanding of the sugya in a way which I think explains how it is logical. Let's start from the beginning so …
answered Jan 5 '18 by Alex
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Besides for the Tosafos Yom Tov cited by @Menachem there are a couple of other sources: R. Yechezkel Landau, in his commentary to Berachos 20a, writes: ונראה לפי הכלל שאני רגיל לומר לתלמדיי שדרכו …
answered Dec 31 '17 by Alex