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Questions about theoretical issues about psak and general halacha concepts

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This is indeed brought down by some as the Halacha, and in practice, both positions (face up and face down) are forbidden. See the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch 71:5: וְצָרִיךְ לִזָּהֵר מְאֹד לְהַרְגִּיל …
answered Sep 2 '18 by Salmononius2
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A house needs to have Mezuzos on every doorway that is an entrance to an appropriate room. The question I have is: is each Mezuzah a separate Mitzvah on it's own, or do they all combine to one 'larger …
asked Aug 27 '17 by Salmononius2
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There is a whole section of the Rambam that deals extensively with proper conduct. https://www.sefaria.org/Mishneh_Torah%2C_Human_Dispositions.1?lang=bi
answered Jun 2 by Salmononius2
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I was reading the introduction to Rabbi Yehuda Henkin's book "Responsa on Contemporary Jewish Women's Issues" and he wrote something that I found interesting: Whether Halachic response should be t …
asked Feb 1 '16 by Salmononius2
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The Sefer Hachinuch in Mitzvah 477 says that the main reasons for this Mitzvah are in order to instill a sense of compassion in the person foregoing the loan, as well as to help train him to have more …
answered Oct 24 '18 by Salmononius2
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Sefer Hachinuch counts this as Mitzvah 25. In short, the Mitzvah is belief in G-d. מצות האמנה במציאות השם - להאמין שיש לעולם אלה אחד, שהמציא כל הנמצא ומכחו וחפצו היה כל מה שהוא ושהיה ושיהיה לעד …
answered Jun 11 by Salmononius2
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First off, this is a perfectly valid and very important question, and it deserves a thorough, well thought out answer. While I'm not sure I can provide that, I'll try to give at least a small answer t …
answered Jun 26 '15 by Salmononius2
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You pretty much hit the nail on the head here. If a couple is Halachically married, and they don't get a Halachic separation, they remain married and all further relations are adulterous (with all the …
answered Aug 22 '18 by Salmononius2