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Index Of Sources

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This is an index of sources for the book What is Good, and What God Demands. Normative Structures in Tannaitic Literature. Some of the sources are taken from the Hebrew Bible, New Testament and Dead Sea Scrolls. The book addresses ways in which alternative normative forms entwine with the core deontological rhetoric of tannaitic literature. This perspective exposes, inter alia, echoes of the post-biblical wisdom tradition in tannaitic law, the rich polyvalence of the category mitzvah, and telling differences between the schools of Akiva and Ishmael.

Keywords: Dead Sea Scrolls; Hebrew Bible; post-biblical wisdom tradition; Tannaitic literature



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