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Saboraic Introductions and R. Moshe Feinstein

Since the 19th century Talmud scholars have been writing about the Saboraic introductions to Talmudic tractates, a phenomenon already pointed out by Rav Sherira Gaon. See here for a recent discussion from a very good, although ridiculously expensive, book. It seems like there is still room for more to be written as an M.A. thesis was recently penned on the subject. In addition, there is an M.A. thesis comparing R. Moshe Feinstein’s responsa, Igrot Moshe, and his commentary on the Talmud, Dibrot Moshe.

2 Responses to “Saboraic Introductions and R. Moshe Feinstein”

  1. 1
    ephraim:

    Why is it that when I click on your links to the JNUL site all I get is the main page, not the particular book being referred to?

  2. 2
    Menachem Mendel:

    I tried to fix them. I have had this problem before. It seems like some of the links are only temporary and then they change.

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