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Judicial Deviation In Talmudic (JEWISH LAW IN CONTENT) download ebook
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Hanina Ben-Menachem
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Hanina Ben-Menahem is an Oxford trained scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem who specializes in Jewish law (Halakha).

Hanina Ben-Menahem is an Oxford trained scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem who specializes in Jewish law (Halakha). Ben-Menahem is critical of the legal positivist approach that dominates Mishpat Ivri, a comparative legal approach to Halakha. He was also a renowned chancellor of law in which he made several advancement in jurisprudence.

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Hanina Ben-Menahem is an Oxford trained scholar at the Hebrew . Postscript: the judicial process and the nature of Jewish law" in An introduction to the history and sources of Jewish law" eds. Ben-Menahem is critical of the legal positivist approach that dominates Mishpat Ivri, a comparative legal approach to Halakha, he was also a renowned chancellor of law in which he made several advancement in jurisprudence. He believes Halakha makes room for judicial discretion and deviation, leading to a non-systematic tolerance for controversy. Hecht, Jackson, et al. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.

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Are you sure you want to remove Judicial Deviation in Talmudic Law from your list? Judicial Deviation in Talmudic Law. Published January 1, 1990 by Routledge. The judicial process has been studied both in general terms and with regard to particular legal systems, and a vast amount of literature has been written on the subject by classical as well as by contemporary jurists.

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