Contact Us
An introduction to the highly systemized rules for Torah interpretation covers the first two of the Thirteen Principles of Elucidation.

Rules One and Two of Torah Elucidation

Rules One and Two of Torah Elucidation

13 Principles of Torah Elucidation - Lesson 2

 Email
Autoplay

Rules One and Two of Torah Elucidation: 13 Principles of Torah Elucidation - Lesson 2

An introduction to the highly systemized rules for Torah interpretation covers the first two of the Thirteen Principles of Elucidation.
Rules One and Two of Torah Elucidation
Listen to Audio | Download this MP3
Rabbi Immanuel Schochet (1935–2013) wrote and lectured extensively on the history and philosophy of Chassidism and topical themes of Jewish thought and ethics. He was a renowned authority on Jewish philosophy and mysticism. He was rabbi of Cong. Beth Joseph, and professor of Philosophy at Humber College, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
© Copyright, all rights reserved. If you enjoyed this article, we encourage you to distribute it further, provided that you comply with Chabad.org's copyright policy.
 Email
Join the Discussion
Sort By:
5 Comments
1000 characters remaining
Dr. Michael Kline West Hills, CA August 27, 2010

General What a fantastic opportunity to see and learn from a kokhham (wise man). He is a Jewish scholar of the highest level and it is a joy to be in his presence. Reply

JohnBattye KENT, UK August 26, 2010

13 Principles of Torah Elucidation- Lesson 2 A brilliant exposition
Thank you & Shalom,
And now the joy of watching lesson 3 Reply

Anonymous Boca Raton, Florida August 18, 2010

Rules One and Two of Torah Elucidation very good Reply

Diane August 18, 2010

13 Principles of Torah Elucidation - Lesson 2 Shalom Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet,

Thank you very much. Reply

Bob Popkin Port Washington, NY August 16, 2010

lost Shalom. This lecture and the series on the theory of everything is of the best, besides being a blessing , the problem is that both series of lectures are very hard to find on your site, please can you place these titles on the first page so we can click on them and not have to navigate so many pages to get to them. Thank you, Shalom. Reply