Jewish Babylonian Talmud

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Derech Eretz-Rabba and Zuta-Rabba.

p. xvii SYNOPSIS OF SUBJECTS 1 OF TRACT DERECH ERETZ-RABBA AND ZUTA RABBA. CHAPTER II. OF the Sadducees, common informers, the wicked, the hypocrites, the heretics, the Scripture says, etc. Of the terrifying, the overbearing, the haughty, the barefaced, and of those who develop only their muscular strength, the Scripture says, etc. Of evil-thinkers, story-tellers, tale- bearers, smooth-tongued persons,

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Aboth (Fathers of the Synagogue) – Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Aboth (Fathers of the Synagogue)–Chapter

p. 71 CHAPTER III. MISHNA A. Aqabia b. Mahalallel used to say: "Consider three things, and thou wilt not fall into transgression: know whence thou comest, whither thou art going, and before whom thou art about to give account and reckoning; know whence thou comest--from a fetid drop, and whither thou art going--to worm and maggot; and

Jewish Babylonian Talmud – Tract Aboth (Fathers of the Synagogue)–Introduction to Section Jurisprudence–Synopsis.

p. iii TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE WELL-KNOWN PHILANTHROPIST, WHO WARMLY ESPOUSES THE CAUSE OF JUDAISM AND ITS LITERATURE BARON EDMUND DE ROTHSCHILD THIS VOLUME IS MOST RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED BY THE EDITOR AND TRANSLATOR MICHAEL L. RODKINSON New York, Purim, 5660 March 15th, 1900 Next: Introduction to Section Jurisprudence p. v INTRODUCTION TO SECTION JURISPRUDENCE. WITH the present volume we begin the Section "Damages," also called