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Studies in Talmudic Logic


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Synthesis of Concepts in the Talmud

Michael Abraham, Israel Belfer, Dov Gabbay, and Uri Schild

This book returns to the discussion in Volume 1 on analogy and induction and analyses their substance. The first part distinguishes between two kinds of logic: one kind based on union of the common features, and the other kind based on synthesis of different features. In the second part of the book we propose a formal scheme for synthesis of concepts. The third part analyses various mechanisms for kidushin and kinyan, which forma mathematical group.

3 February 2013

978-1-84890-087-5

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