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Is the Torah’s process for determining halachah an attempt to arrive at the one true answer, or are there multiple truths?

Is There One Right Answer?

Is There One Right Answer?

Resolving matters of halachic dispute

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Is There One Right Answer?: Resolving matters of halachic dispute

Is the Torah’s process for determining halachah an attempt to arrive at the one true answer, or are there multiple truths?
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Machloket, Halachah
Guy Sela is a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford. He learned higher religious studies at Yeshivat Kerem BeYavneh, holds degrees in law and philosophy from Bar Ilan University (Israel) and Columbia University (New York) and taught political, legal and moral philosophy in Bar Ilan and in Oxford. His research interests include moral responsibility and moral luck, the ethics of war and self-defense and anti-Semitism and discrimination.
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