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Peshat and Derash

Plain and Applied Meaning in Rabbinic Exegesis

by David Weiss Halivni

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
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ISBN 100195115716
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Peshat and Derash Peshat and Derash book the first book to trace the Jewish interpretative enterprise from a historical perspective. Applying his vast knowledge of Rabbinic materials to the long history of Jewish exegesis of both Bible and Talmud, Halivni investigates the tension that has often existed between the plain sense of the divine text (peshat) and its Cited by: Peshat and Derash is the first book to trace the Jewish interpretative enterprise from a historical perspective.

Applying his vast knowledge of Rabbinic materials to the long history of Jewish exegesis of both Bible and Talmud, Halivni investigates the tension that has often existed between the plain sense of the divine text (peshat) and its.

The word “peshat” in his title means the plain meaning of the biblical text, while “derash” denotes the various sermonic meanings that rabbis derived from the text, frequently to teach moral lessons or highlight rabbinic laws, even if they are not the plain sense of the text.

The essays address peshat and derash, along with other subjects. The title derives from peshat - the plain meaning of the text - and derash - the interpreted or homiletical meaning of the text in Rabbinic Judaism.

The book is divided into two halves. The first half chronicles the history of rabbinic exegesis from ancient to renaissance times/5. To Know Torah - The Book of Numbers: To Understand the Weekly Parasha. Modern Reading in the Peshat of the Torah and Its Ideas by Chamiel, Ephraim and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Peshat and Derash is the first book to trace the Jewish interpretative enterprise from a historical perspective.

Applying his vast knowledge of Rabbinic materials to the long history of Jewish exegesis of both Bible and Talmud, Halivni investigates the tension that has often existed between the plain sense of the divine text (peshat) and its 3/5(1).

Peshat and Derash in the Exegesis of Rashi. Benjamin Gelles. BRILL, Jan 1, - Bible - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. The Approach of Classic Jewish Exegetes to Peshat and Derash and Its Implications for the Teaching of Bible Today *. Yeshayahu Maori translated by Moshe J.

Bernstein. This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 21, 3, Appears here with permission. The title derives from peshat - the plain meaning of the text - and derash - the interpreted or homiletical meaning of the text in Rabbinic Judaism.

The book is divided into two halves. The first half chronicles the history of rabbinic exegesis from ancient to renaissance times/5(6). Four Levels of Commentary: Peshat, Derash, Remez, and Sod. Chapter First Words, First Encounters. Chapter Love in Its Proper Time. Chapter Inner Experience and Shared Joy.

Chapters The Beautiful Maiden, So Praised. distinguished between peshat and derash. His terminology relating to the peshat category is well-defined. Rashbam consistently interpreted in accordance with the peshat method; that is to say, he limited himself to the text itself, interpreting it according to its vocabulary, syntax and context, in relation to biblical parallels, according to.

It is worth noting that, after Peshat and Derash: Plain and Applied Meaning in Rabbinic Exegesis,(6) David Weiss Halivni's next book will be Revelation Restored.(7) In it, he argues that the kedushah of Torah inheres in the maculateness, or imperfection, of the.

From the days of Plato, the problem of the efficacy and adequacy of the written word as a vehicle of human communication has challenged mankind, yet the mystery of how best to achieve clarity and exactitude of written expression has never been solved.

The most repercussive instance of this universal problem has been the exegesis of the law embodied in Hebrew scripture. Peshat (also P'shat, פשט) is one of four classical methods of Jewish biblical exegesis used by rabbis and Jewish bible scholars in reading the Hebrew Bible, also known as the is the first of the four exegetical methods known together as Peshat is commonly defined as referring to the surface or literal (direct) meaning of a text, [1] numerous scholars.

Peshat and Derash is the first book to trace the Jewish interpretative enterprise from a historical perspective. Applying his vast knowledge of Rabbinic materials to the long history of Jewish exegesis of both Bible and Talmud, Halivni investigates the tension that has often existed between the plain sense of the divine text (peshat) and its Brand: Oxford University Press, USA.

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Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash. Excerpt [uncorrected, not for citation]. Introduction.

Within the tradition of Jewish Bible interpretation, few concepts are as vital as peshat, often rendered the "literal" or "plain sense," a notion that powered a medieval exegetical revolution that remains vibrant to this lly contrasted with midrash (or derash), a term that connotes the creative and, at times, fanciful.

The Exodus - "Peshat" and "Derash" by Rav David Silverberg I. Introduction Parashat Vaera focuses on the ten "makkot," the plagues that bring havoc and destruction upon the land of Egypt in response to Pharaoh's refusal to free the Hebrew slaves.

This extended process of ten plagues reveals that God's plan involves more than His nation's freedom. Thus the whole book of Proverbs could have been applied, as these two verses are, to the relationship between master and disciple, bringing it within the wide framework of peshat.

Alternatively it might be suggested that the Rabbis took the word Mishlei in its talmudic, connotation of “Parables,” and with parables the derash, the Author: The Lookstein Center. The materials in this series of articles generally come from Mikra' ot Gedolot HaBahir, which has a voweled Hebrew translation of the pertinent Zohar on many verses, called Zohar HaNigleh - The Revealed Zohar - "revealed" because it is written in simpler Hebrew than the traditional Aramaic.

What we intend to do is to provide a PaRDeS explanation of one verse from each weekly. Peshat & Derash Plain and Applied Meaning in Exegesis () by David Weiss Halivni Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.

You can unsubscribe at any time.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .[1] This chapter is adapted from Hayyim Angel, “Peshat and Derash in Megillat Esther,” Purim Reader (New York: Tebah, ), pp.

; r eprinted in Angel, Creating Space between Peshat and Derash: A Collection of Studies on Tanakh (Jersey City, NJ: Ktav-Sephardic Publication Foundation, ), pp.