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Detroit: Wayne State Univ. Pr,. 1992. 318 p. Bibl. (The Culture
o f Jewish modernity)
N
o v a k
, D
a v i d
.
The theology ofNahmanides systematically presented.
Atlanta:
Scholars Pr., 1992. 149 p. Bibl., ix. (Brown Judaic studies, no.
271) (Studies in medieval Judaism, vol. 2)
S
a m u e l s o n
, N
o r b e r t
M
a x
.
Thefirst seven days: a philosophical commentary
on the creation of Genesis.
Atlanta: Scholars Pr., 1992. 186 p. Bibl.,
ix.
S
p e r o
, M
o sh e
H
a
L
e v i
.
Religious objects as psychological structures: a critical
integration of object relations theory, psychotherapy andJudaism.
Chicago:
Univ. o f Chicago Pr., 1992. 242 p. Bibl., ix.
V
e r m a n
, M
a r k
.
The books of contemplation: medievalJewish mystical sources.
Albany: State Univ. o f New York Pr., 1992. 270 p. Bibl., ix. (SUNY
series in Judaica)
A study o f the late 12th-early 13th century works,
The Book of
contemplation
and
The Fountain of wisdom.
W
o l p e
, D
a v id
J.
In speech and in silence: the Jewish quest for God.
New
York: Holt, 1992. 210 p. Ix.
Explores the power o f language in terms o f self-identity, human
relationships, and relationships with God. Highly recommended.
RABBINICS
The Book of legends
=
Sefer ha-aggadah: legends from the Talmud and
Midrash.
Ed. by Hayim Nahman Bialik and Yehoshua Hana
Ravnitzky; tr. by William G. Braude, New York: Schocken Bks.,
1992. 897 p. Bibl., ix.
C
r e s c a s
, H
a s d a i
.
The refutation of the Christian principles.
Tr. with an
intro, and notes by Daniel J. Lasker. Albany: State Univ. o f New
York Pr., 1992. 156 p. Bibl., ix. (SUNY series in Jewish philosophy)
A translation o f a work written in 14th century Spain.
Erubin.
Tr. by Jacob Neusner. Atlanta: Scholars Pr., 1992. 2 vols. Ixs.
(The Talmud o f Babylonia, 3) (Brown Judaic studies, nos.
276-277)
Hagigah.
Tr. by Jacob Neusner. Atlanta: Scholars Pr., 1993. 174 p.
(The Talmud o f Babylonia, 12) (Brown Judaic studies, no. 280)
L
a m p e l
, Z
v i
L .
The dynamics of dispute: the making ofmachlokess in Talmudic
times.
New York: Judaica Pr., 1992. 272 p. Bibl., ix.
N
e u s n e r
, J
a c o b
.
The Bavli’s unique voice: a systematic comparison of the
Talmud of Babylonia and the Talmud of the land of Israel.
Atlanta:
Scholars Pr., 1993. 2 vol. ix. (South Florida studies in the history
o f Judaism, nos. 71-72)
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Decoding the Talmud’s exegetical program: from detail to principle
in the Bavli’s quest for generalization: Babylonian Talmud tractate Shab-