Moed Katan 22 – מועד קטן כב

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Moed Katan 23

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Moed Katan 18 – מועד קטן יח

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Please note the following correction to yesterday’s Shiur:

“תלמיד חכם מנדה לעצמו ומיפר לעצמו” (ten lines from the bottom on amud alef) should be correctly translated as “he can place himself in Niduy, and release himself as well”

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Moed Katan 19

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Moed Katan 17 – מועד קטן יז

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Eruvin 46 – עירובין מו

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

The Gemara says halacha can conclude like the yachid even in face of an opposing majority.  Why don’t we apply the din of ‘Acharei rabim lehatos’ (we are meant to follow the majority)?

According to the opinion of ‘Matin’ (we advise an individual to follow that shita, but don’t publicly advocate it) how can we support one halacha for the yachid, and another for the rabim?

Eruvin 46 – עירובין מו

The Gemara says halacha can conclude like the yachid even in face of an opposing majority.  Why don’t we apply the din of ‘Acharei rabim lehatos’ (we are meant to follow the majority)?

According to the opinion of ‘Matin’ (we advise an individual to follow that shita, but don’t publicly advocate it) how can we support one halacha for the yachid, and another for the rabim?

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