Halakhah and Phenomenology – The Actually Perceived

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  1. ח׳ באלול תש״ע – Tue, Aug 17, 2010

    […] qavu’ah. (A question that stuck with me so much, I eventually developed the ideas in this post. A different resolution.) Or how the question of the age of the universe is meaningless, since the […]

  2. ח׳ בכסלו תשע״א – Mon, Nov 15, 2010

    […] I will just point out the conclusions so far with respect to birur from just the last two posts (parts 2 and 3). Then we’ll discuss the concept of “chazaqah” and conclude with an […]

  3. כ״ג בטבת תשע״א – Wed, Dec 29, 2010

    […] There is a rule in testimony that “terei kemei’ah” — a set of two witnesses have the same credibility in court as a set of 100. And if two testify for one party while 100 testify for the other, the two sides are equal. When it comes to cases that were under testimony, majority does not apply. (For a suggested logic behind that rule, see this entry.) […]

  4. י״ט באדר א׳ תשע״א – Tue, Feb 22, 2011

    […] in this series we distinguished between cases that are qavu’ah and those where we say kol deparish, that is, those doubts that are between established items, and […]

  5. י״א באייר תשע״ג – Sun, Apr 21, 2013

    […] since I’m revisiting the topic, I’m categorizing it here anyway. To save you looking up a prior post and me figuring out another way to explain RAE’s […]

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