Tractate Sanhedrin: Commentary and Study...

SANHEDRIN ( Court): Name of a treatise of the Mishnah, Tosefta, and both Talmudim. It stands fourth in the order Nezikin in most editions, and is divided into eleven chapters containing seventy-one paragraphs in all. It treats chiefly of courts and their powers, of qualifications for the office of judge, and of legal procedure and criminal law.

לכבוד אמי מורתי לאה תחי׳ בת ר׳ נתמן ושדה ע״ה

Tractate Sanhedrin: Commentary and Study Guide


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Front Matter Title page Copyright page PrefaceTorah Lishmah InstituteHow to make best use of this seferTable of Contents Contents The Legal SystemSANHEDRINBackgroundJurisdictionThe Lishkas haGazis: The Sanctity of PlaceLower Temple CourtsEstablishing Lower CourtsR. Yehuda: Supreme Tribunal CourtsCourts of Twenty-ThreeCourt of ThreeCourt of FiveThe Status of Judges: Mumchin, Mumchin l'Rabim, HedyotosRishonimR. Acha does not require the one judge to be a mumcJUDGEMENT VERSUS MEDIATIOOTHER LEGAL ALTERNATIVESTHE MONARCHYGO'EL HADAMKIPPARATIONALE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF ALL OF THE REMEDIEHEAVENLY RETRIBUTIONMeta-Legal Insights into the Contents of the Tractate Meta-Legal PerspectivesR. MeR. YehudaStructural AnalysiAGGADAOrder of the MishnaSanhedrin: Chapter One MishnaG'maraReasons for proclaiming a leap year
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