Succah 40 – סוכה מ

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Pesachim 23 – פסחים כג


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According to Rebbi Akiva who holds that Cheilev is considered an integral part of the animal, why is Cheilev of a Neveila not considered Tamei for a Hedyot?

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Pesachim 11 – פסחים יא

Rebbi Meir seems less concerned about possible confusion and miscalculation than Rebbi Yehuda.  How is this compatable with Rebbi Meir’s view elsewhere that we are meant to be concerned even with a Mi’ut (remote possibility)?

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Pesachim 11 – פסחים יא


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Rebbi Meir seems less concerned about possible confusion and miscalculation than Rebbi Yehuda.  How is this compatable with Rebbi Meir’s view elsewhere that we are meant to be concerned even with a Mi’ut (remote possibility)?

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Eruvin 32 – עירובין לב

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

Rashi explains that the Chaver feels responsible for the Am Ha’aretz due to ‘Lifnei Iver’ (putting a stumbling block before a blind man); why shouldn’t he simply assume that fresh fruit off a tree is certainly Tevel (as an Am Ha’retz, he surely wouldn’t ponder that the Chaver feels especially responsible toward an unrelaible Am Haa’aretz)?

When placing the Eruv on a tree (below ten tefachim) why can’t he rely on instructing a goy to remove it for him – something which is permitted for the sake of Mitzvah – rather than removing it himself Bein Hashmashos (which is only permitted according to Rebbi)?