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Rabbi Shlomo of Troyes, 1040-1104, and his works

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The consensus of the majority of traditional and modern authorities is that the "Rashi on the Rif" is not written by Rashi, but rather by a different scholar around the 13th and 14th centuries. The … ) copied Rashi's commentary on the Gemara onto the Rif, and in many places added and subtracted from the commentary as he saw fit." See also Yad Malachi, in which he writes that "the commentary of Rashi on …
answered Feb 13 '18 by termsofservice
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The Lubavitcher Rebbe's view on Rashi is that he is completely and utterly pshat. His main source for this is Rashi's own statement (Genesis 3:8) "ואני לא באתי אלא לפשוטו של מקרא," "I only came to … Rashi has two approaches to his commentary, 1. Pshat, 2. Agada (Drash). Note that just a few words prior, Rashi called Bereishit Rabba an example of Agada. How does this fit with the Lubavitcher Rebbe's explanations? …
asked Oct 29 '13 by termsofservice
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Is Rashi on the Rif the same as the one in the Gemara? If it is, why is it put there? If its not, then why did Rashi write a different pirush on the Rif, and does it have a different Derech then Rashi on the Gemara? …
asked Oct 24 '13 by termsofservice
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Rav Dr. Yonatan Grossman, associated with Yeshivas Har-Etzion/Herzog College as well as a professor at Bar-Ilan University, has developed a fascinating study of Megillas Esther. It is published in thr …
answered Mar 14 '17 by termsofservice