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Barak S. Cohen

disputes with R. Yehudah b. Bathyra, Shmuel rules against R. Yose. 36 Thus there is no reason to accept the suggestion that Shmuel was motivated by a tendency either to prefer R. Yose’s opinions or to determine halakhah according to the majority. I will conclude this survey with an additional proposal

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Cana Werman

Palestine to join the Pharisees’ battle against the priests. But how would Hillel, living in Babylonia, have known of the political/religious struggles occurring in Palestine? The Tosefta does not pay any attention to this question. Rather it emphasizes that a character of high status emigrated all the way

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Jonathan Vroom

themselves in Damascus. 11 These texts likely reflect an Essene community that was integrated into Judean life and spread across Palestine in groups called ‘camps’ ( מחנות ). 12 Unlike the S community, D depicts a non-celibate family setting, and unlike S, D contains sections of halakhah that addresses

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Jonathan Vroom

sought to blend two authoritative traditions (though not legally/practically authoritative), even if it left, in Fishbane’s words, a “desperate illogicality.” 53 If the Chronicler’s interpretive efforts were truly motivated by the consistency requirement of the rule of law, he would not have left a text