QuotesAnd what avails it that science has come to treat space and time as simply forms of thought, and the material world as hypothetical, and withal our pretension of property and even of self-hood are fading with the rest, if, at last, even our thoughts are not finalities, but the incessant flowing and ascension reach these also, and each thought which yesterday was a finality, to-day is yielding to a larger generalization?
Ralph Waldo Emerson
|The Talmudh of Darkness|
|Written by David S.|
|Wednesday, 19 January 2011 16:13|
A rav from Eress Yisrael is quoted in the Babylonian Talmudh as referring to the Torah of Babylon as "darkness." What distinguishes the Torah of Eress Yisrael? What does the word "Talmudh" mean?
A new series, drawing on the Babylonian tractate of Sanhedrein, plumbs this subject in depth:
Here is the classic shiur:
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