Audio Roundup 2018:7

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by Joel Rich

It’s part of a series in Hebrew. Is anyone familiar with it?
Fuzzy Logic and Quantum States in Talmudic Reasoning (Hebrew Edition)(Hebrew) Hardcover – August 19, 2015
by Michael Abraham (Author),‎ Israel Belfer (Author),‎ & 1 more

On shtarei hedyotot I am mystified why the reading of newspaper advertisements on Shabbat is rarely addressed. If there is no heter is this just a case of mutav sheyihiyu shoggegin? IMHO this really should be clarified. My suspicion is that like a number of gzeirot that according to the algorithm should not be able to be undone, common practice has recognized the reality that perhaps their application today is less clear. (I’m trying to be politically correct)

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About Joel Rich

Joel Rich is a frequent wannabee cyberspace lecturer on various Torah topics. A Yerushalmi formerly temporarily living in West Orange, NJ, his former employer and the Social Security administration support his Torah listening habits. He is a recovering consulting actuary.

One comment

  1. I haven’t seen “Fuzzy Logic and Quantum States in Talmudic Reasoning”, but there were a few articles on this topic in Higayon, a journal published by Bar Ilan. The editor, Dr Moshe Koppel, wrote on the subject himself, “RESOLVING UNCERTAINTY: A UNIFIED OVERVIEW OF RABBINIC METHODS“.

    And then there are my blog posts on the subject over on Aspaqlaria (to be read in historical order, ie bottom to top).

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