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Rashi: Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki; 1040-1105; foremost commentator on the Torah and Talmud; leader of the Jewish community in Alsace-Lorraine
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Go to any synagogue in the world and you will find numerous copies of the Five Books of Moses. Beneath the primary text on every page, there lies a subscript penned in an unfamiliar alphabet. This is Rashi - the greatest Torah commentary of all time. What...
A scholarly analysis of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's innovative approach to the interpretation of Rashi's Biblical commentary. Exploring some examples of this novel approach.
What was Rashi trying to do with his commentary on the Five Books of Moses?
A fascinating look at the manuscripts of Rashi found in the Bodleian Library at Oxford. Drawing conclusions from variations in the text.
Does Rashi lean toward Midrashik and Talmudic interpretation? Or does he attempt to uncover the simple reading of Esther?
Exploring a commentary of Rashi on the parsha, examining discrepancies between the printed version of Rashi and an ancient manuscript housed in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, and offering possible explanation for the choice in the printed version.
The Jews in Exile
This class covers the lives of several important Ashkenazic scholars of the medieval period (“Rishonim”), including Rashi and the authors of Tosafos.
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