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REL 2211 : Rabbinic Thought and Literature
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JSTD-BA: Judaic Studies
JSTD-MINOR: Judaic Studies
MES-BA: Middle East Studies
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Rabbinic Thought and Literature
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Rabbinic Thought & Literature
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The thought-world of rabbinic Judaism in its formative period, 100–500 CE, through a close reading of primary texts in translation selected from Mishnah, Talmud, and Midrash. Topics include Oral Torah, the mechanics of rabbinic law, conceptions of God, views on suffering. The influence of rabbinic Judaism on modern Jewish ethics and thought.
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