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The "transitive property" states that whenever A > B and B > C, then A > C. Does Jewish law always uphold "transitivity" or does it allow for a "nontransitive cycles" as well?

Transitivity and the Talmud

Transitivity and the Talmud

The Economics of Inconsistency

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Transitivity and the Talmud: The Economics of Inconsistency

The "transitive property" states that whenever A > B and B > C, then A > C. Does Jewish law always uphold "transitivity" or does it allow for a "nontransitive cycles" as well?
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