Item 7496. WHY THERE NEVER WAS A "TALMUD OF CAESAREA": SAUL LIEBERMAN'S MISTAKES

WHY THERE NEVER WAS A "TALMUD OF CAESAREA": SAUL LIEBERMAN'S MISTAKES

Atlanta, Ga. ; Scholars Press, 1994. Item #32772

Original Cloth. 8vo. XII, 178 pages. 24 cm. First edition. South Florida studies in the history of Judaism no. 108. “Jacob Neusner, a leading scholar of the history of rabbinic Judaism, criticized the bulk of Lieberman's work as idiosyncratic in that it lacked a valid methodology and was prone to other serious shortcomings. However, ten years earlier, in an article published shortly after his death, Lieberman strongly criticized Neusner's lack of scholarship in the latter's translation of three tractates of the Yerushalmi. Meir Bar Ilan, Lieberman's nephew, accused Neusner of being biased against Lieberman, due to 'a personal issue. " (wikipedia, 2013) Subjects: Polemics. Lieberman, Saul, 1898-1983. Talmudah shel Kisrin. Lieberman, Saul. Talmud Yerushalmi - Criticism, Redaction. Talmud. Very good condition. (NEUSNER-1-53A).

Price: $100.00

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