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In this comprehensive five-part collection, distinguished professor and scholar of Judaic studies Jacob Neusner, examines the Mishnaic law of damages. These laws pertain to destruction done to oneself, to others, or to property, including animals. In the first four parts, Neusner provides an in-depth analysis of each chapter within the Mishnah tractates of the law of damages. In the fifth and final part, he concludes his research of these laws by explaining how they formed and changed over time.
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Jacob Neusner is research professor of theology and senior fellow of the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College.