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An intellectually stimulating analysis of the Talmudic principal of exemption in cases of unintentional transgression (“davar she’eino mitkavein”). Rabbi Wallberg explores the parameters of this principle vis-à-vis the qualifying rule of inevitability (“p’sik reisha”).

Unintentional Transgression in Jewish Law

Unintentional Transgression in Jewish Law

A Talmudic Discussion of the Parameters of Intent

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Unintentional Transgression in Jewish Law: A Talmudic Discussion of the Parameters of Intent

An intellectually stimulating analysis of the Talmudic principal of exemption in cases of unintentional transgression (“davar she’eino mitkavein”). Rabbi Wallberg explores the parameters of this principle vis-à-vis the qualifying rule of inevitability (“p’sik reisha”).
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Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Wolberg, a renowned Talmudic scholar, served for several decades as an instructor in Talmud at the Oholei Torah Yeshiva in New York, and now serves in the same capacity at Yeshiva Lubavitch Manchester.
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