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Tamás Turán

’ of the local Jewish community, based on this limited material. 44 Launching his own research on fragments, Scheiber drew inspiration and encouragement from personal contacts with Büchler. 45 Methodologically as well as materially, however, Scheiber followed more in the footsteps of Pollák, insofar

Yosaif Mordechai Dubovick

Legal Methodology (in Hebrew), PhD diss. (Bar-Ilan University 2015). 12 Noted by Scheiber, Genizah Studies , 328. 13 ובבראשית רבה מצאתי טעם אחר . See Midrash Bereshit Rabba, ed. Theodor-Albeck (Jerusalem 1996) 371 lines 1–4. It is unclear if this is jrs ’s own statement, or a quote from an

Adiel Kadari

the scholarly literature about the history of the methodology of biblical exegesis and the development of exegetical terminology. Scholars who dealt with the history of the terms ‘peshat’ and ‘derash’ pointed out that the use of the term ‘peshat’ in rabbinic literature differs from its usage in

Nadia Vidro

look at the influence of printed TOH on manuscripts copied after print for the simple reason that very few such manuscripts survive, suggesting that few may have been produced. 6 Methodologically, my analysis differs both from Galinsky’s macro-analysis of entire manuscripts and from studies of

Steve Mason

summarize it here. In connection with Josephus I have argued two broad methodological positions: first, that we should try read his works as coherent wholes; second, that we should read them as efforts at communication, reflecting a particular style (which changes throughout the corpus) and set of values

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Juan Carlos Ossandón Widow

Oxford Handbook of Jewish Daily Life in Roman Palestine , ed. Catherine Hezser (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), 9–27, 10–13; Reimund Bieringer et al., eds., The New Testament and Rabbinic Literature (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 43–132 (Part I , “Methodology in Rabbinic Studies”); Günter Stemberger

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Juan Carlos Ossandón Widow

preparation for it, so that the “hero” may acquire the “competences” needed to carry out the final “performance” or principal test, namely, the recovering of the lost Torah. 37 Before going further, a methodological remark is in order. We shall propose an interpretation of 4 Ezra that employs some concepts

Andreas Gotzmann

new approach lay in its claim to represent a trans-culturally valid truth, in its logic even meta-his- torical. This ethnocentric understanding of a meaningful connection between the methodologically individualized events in a compre- hensive, teleologically formed historical process allowed Jewish

Lutz Greisiger

diaries in regard to methodological dis- cussions in religious studies such as local religious history, especially the common religious history of coexisting religious communities. He discusses the validity of the source for these research methods, which he considers to be rather great value. Finally, he

Steven Bowman

, ed. Shalom Goldman (Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1993), 122–54. Yosippon waxes more literary than historical, save of course for the very competent historical methodology that the author evinces. Hence, stylistically, Sefer Yosippon is much more readable than Josephus and remains an