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The Resource Legal fictions : studies of law and narrative in the discursive worlds of ancient Jewish sectarians and sages, By Steven D. Fraade

Legal fictions : studies of law and narrative in the discursive worlds of ancient Jewish sectarians and sages, By Steven D. Fraade

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Legal fictions : studies of law and narrative in the discursive worlds of ancient Jewish sectarians and sages
Title
Legal fictions
Title remainder
studies of law and narrative in the discursive worlds of ancient Jewish sectarians and sages
Statement of responsibility
By Steven D. Fraade
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Fraade, Steven D
Dewey number
296.1/809014
Index
index present
LC call number
BM520.52
LC item number
.F73 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism,
Series volume
147
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jewish law
  • Judaism
  • Rabbinical literature
Label
Legal fictions : studies of law and narrative in the discursive worlds of ancient Jewish sectarians and sages, By Steven D. Fraade
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Nomos and narrative before "nomos and narrative" -- Interpretive authority in the studying community at Qumran -- To whom it may concern : miqsat maase ha-Torah (4QMMT) and its addressee(s) -- Rhetoric and hermeneutics in miqsat maase ha-Torah (4QMMT) : the case of blessings and curses -- The Dead Sea Scrolls and rabbinic Judaism after sixty (plus) years : retrospect and prospect -- Qumran yahad and rabbinic havurah : a comparison revisited -- Looking for legal midrash at Qumran -- Looking for narrative midrash at Qumran -- Shifting from priestly to non-priestly legal authority : a comparison of the Damascus document and the midrash sifra -- Deuteronomy and polity in the early history of Jewish interpretation -- Ancient Jewish law and narrative in comparative perspective : the Damascus document and the Mishnah -- Theory, practice, and polemic in ancient Jewish calendars -- "The Torah of the king" (Deut 17:14-20) in the Temple scroll and early rabbinic law -- Priests, kings, and patriarchs: Yerushalmi Sanhedrin in its exegetical and cultural settings -- Navigating the anomalous: non-Jews at the intersection of early rabbinic law and narrative -- Literary composition and oral performance in early midrashim -- Rewritten Bible and rabbinic midrash as commentary -- Rabbinic midrash and ancient Jewish biblical interpretation -- Rabbinic polysemy and pluralism revisited: between praxis and thematization -- Moses and the commandments: can hermeneutics, history, and rhetoric be disentangled? -- Hearing and seeing at Sinai: interpretive trajectories -- The temple as a marker of Jewish identity before and after 70 C.E. : the role of the holy vessels in rabbinic memory and imagination -- Local Jewish leadership in Roman Palestine : the case of the parnas in early rabbinic sources in light of extra-rabbinic evidence
Control code
000373649
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 627 p.
Isbn
9789004201095
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010054202
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000373649
  • (OCoLC)696603516
Label
Legal fictions : studies of law and narrative in the discursive worlds of ancient Jewish sectarians and sages, By Steven D. Fraade
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Nomos and narrative before "nomos and narrative" -- Interpretive authority in the studying community at Qumran -- To whom it may concern : miqsat maase ha-Torah (4QMMT) and its addressee(s) -- Rhetoric and hermeneutics in miqsat maase ha-Torah (4QMMT) : the case of blessings and curses -- The Dead Sea Scrolls and rabbinic Judaism after sixty (plus) years : retrospect and prospect -- Qumran yahad and rabbinic havurah : a comparison revisited -- Looking for legal midrash at Qumran -- Looking for narrative midrash at Qumran -- Shifting from priestly to non-priestly legal authority : a comparison of the Damascus document and the midrash sifra -- Deuteronomy and polity in the early history of Jewish interpretation -- Ancient Jewish law and narrative in comparative perspective : the Damascus document and the Mishnah -- Theory, practice, and polemic in ancient Jewish calendars -- "The Torah of the king" (Deut 17:14-20) in the Temple scroll and early rabbinic law -- Priests, kings, and patriarchs: Yerushalmi Sanhedrin in its exegetical and cultural settings -- Navigating the anomalous: non-Jews at the intersection of early rabbinic law and narrative -- Literary composition and oral performance in early midrashim -- Rewritten Bible and rabbinic midrash as commentary -- Rabbinic midrash and ancient Jewish biblical interpretation -- Rabbinic polysemy and pluralism revisited: between praxis and thematization -- Moses and the commandments: can hermeneutics, history, and rhetoric be disentangled? -- Hearing and seeing at Sinai: interpretive trajectories -- The temple as a marker of Jewish identity before and after 70 C.E. : the role of the holy vessels in rabbinic memory and imagination -- Local Jewish leadership in Roman Palestine : the case of the parnas in early rabbinic sources in light of extra-rabbinic evidence
Control code
000373649
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xvii, 627 p.
Isbn
9789004201095
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010054202
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000373649
  • (OCoLC)696603516

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