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Alfredo Criscuolo

. Berlin 1965 . Jastrow , M. ( 1886–1903 ) Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature . New York . Jonas , H. ( 2010 ) Gnosi e spirito tardoantico . Milano . KB = L. Koehler , W. Baumgartner , The Hebrew and

Susan E. Marshall

's legacy as a dangerous temptation to man." As in Islam, centuries of religious evolution slowly circumscribed the range of appropriate female roles. Talmudic law, for example, exempts women from religious study, thrice-daily prayer, recitation of the Torah, and from testifying and serving as judges in the

Ali A. Mazrui

necessarily preventing national and state universities in each East African country (Nganga 2011 ). There have also developed in eastern Africa religiously-based (faith based) institutions of higher education. The Baobab tree has provided shelter to a new Talmudic tradition. We do not yet have in

Robert Collins

Muslims but unbelievers ( ka fi rin ) who were expected to abandon their traditional religions and embrace in slavery the true faith. Islam recognized that Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians required a special status. They were “People of the Book,” the Bible, the Talmud, and the Avesta (Pure Instruction

Intellectual Captivity

Literary Theory, World Literature, and the Ethics of Interpretation

Chen Bar-Itzhak

who comes from the margins, with an intellectual background in, for instance, Talmudic thought or Confucianism, would read Kadare through a prism similar to that of Apter, who is positioned at the junction of two central literary epistemologies – American and French theory. A deliberate promotion of