Daily Daf Differently: Masechet Ketubot

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Join a wonderful group of liberal rabbis and teachers as we take part in the cycle of the Daf Yomi. Each weeka differnt teacher presents shortepisodes on the Daily Daf "Differently". (Masechet Ketubot)

Episodios

  • Ketubot, Daf 50

    24/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 50. Ketubot 50 discusses educational expectations – when should children start to be educated in Torah, and what happens if you push too hard too soon? The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The Epichorus […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 49

    23/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 49. Ketubot 49 discusses the economic obligations of parents towards children, and how to balance personal responsibility, moral persuasion, and legal obligation in the face of limited resources. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 48

    22/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 48. Ketubot 48 discusses the obligation of a husband to pay for his wife’s burial, involving throny issues of relative social class, expectations for funerals, and ultimately how to deal with rich people who try to defraud society. The […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 47

    21/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 47. Ketubot 47 discusses support obligations of husbands toward wives, sets up the economic framework of rabbinic marriage, and grounds those obligations in the text of the Torah. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 46

    20/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 46. Ketubot 46 features a fascinating debate about reading the Torah “literally” or “metaphorically” and, I argue, tries to break down the distinction between those reading strategies. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 45

    19/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 45. Ketubot 45 continues the discussion of motzi shem ra, opening up the possibility of false pre-coital accusations, and asking whether the Torah’s punishments should apply to a case not discussed explicitly in the Torah itself. Featuring more reflections […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 44

    18/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 44. Ketubot 44 discusses whether orphaned young women receive the same treatment as other young women, and what that might tell us about the web of family relationships. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 43

    17/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 43. Ketubot 43 examines the emotional relationship to orphaned daughters and widows and the legal implications of those relationships. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The Epichorus album One Bead. To view the text […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 42

    16/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 42. Ketubot 42 further discusses the nature of fines, whether they are about deterrent or punishment, and whether the court’s imposition of the fine changes that nature. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 41

    15/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 41. Ketubot 41 discusses whether someone who confesses to a crime has to pay a fine, revealing the underlying logic of what fines are really about. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The Epichorus […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 40

    14/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 40. Ketubot 40 discusses when positive commandments override negative commandments and when they don’t. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The Epichorus album One Bead. To view the text of Ketubot, Daf 40 on […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 39

    13/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 39. Ketubot 39 discusses rape and how to punish it legally. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The Epichorus album One Bead. To view the text of Ketubot, Daf 39 on Sefaria, please click […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 38

    12/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 38. Ketubot 38 discusses exegetical consistency and maintaining two conflicting versions of a Sage’s opinion. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The Epichorus album One Bead. To view the text of Ketubot, Daf 38 […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 37

    11/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 37. Ketubot 37 provides an opportunity to discuss the Talmud’s principle of Scriptural omnisignificance – the idea that every verse in the Torah must teach something unique. The opening and closing music for this podcast is Ufros from The […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 36

    10/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 36. Ketubot 36 contains a fascinating and troubling discussion of whether kidnapped women are assumed to have been raped. We see that two sages, Rabbi Yehudah and Rabbi Dosa, fight back against this presumption in order to prevent such […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 35

    09/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 35. This daf discusses whether serious crimes committed accidentally, that result in property damage, are subject to repayment. We discover in the course of the Talmud’s consideration the relative importance of compensation for damages and maintenance of important social […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 34

    08/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 34. Today’s episode continues with the topic of the collision of different punishments, monetary and corporal. In one particularly revealing sugya, we discover something unique about the nature of fines. The opening and closing music for this podcast is […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 33

    07/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 33. Today’s episode tries to figure out the Biblical basis for why monetary compensation for victims in cases of assault is preferred to lashing the assailant. Along the way, we see some interesting psychological claims about the preference for […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 32

    06/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 32. This daf discusses, among other things, how we know whether to choose monetary fines or lashes to punish crimeshis that could receive either. In the course of discussing this question, we once again encounter a tension between analogical […]

  • Ketubot, Daf 31

    05/03/2015

    Welcome to the Daily Daf Differently. In this episode, William Friedman looks at Masechet Ketubot, Daf 31. This daf discusses, among other things, how to think about whether two violations of different severities should both be punished. We unpack this debate and try to think about what the consequences of each side are. The opening […]

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