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On the original structure and meaning of Mah Nishtannah and the history of its reinterpretation.
(JSIJ - Jewish Studies, an Internet Journal, 2008)
A Jewish theory of biblical redaction from Byzantium: Its rabbinic roots, its diffusion and its encounter with the Muslim doctrine of falsification.
(JSIJ - Jewish Studies, an Internet Journal, 2003)
Good and evil, truth and falsity: Maimonides and moral cognetivism.
(Universitätsverlag WINTER GmbH, 2002)
Muqdam u-Meʿuḥar and Muqaddam wa-Muʿaḫḫar: On the History of Some Hebrew and Arabic Terms for Hysteron Proteron and Anastrophe.
(University of Chicago Press, 2007-01)
The Judeo-Arabic commentaries of R. Saadia Gaon (882–942) and his successors contain a number of exegetical terms that were used earlier by quranic exegetes, for example, haqiqah wa-majaz “expressions that are literally ...
Why Bishlam (Ezra 4:7) Cannot Rest "In Peace": On the Aramaic and Hebrew Sound Changes That Conspired to Blot out the Remembrance of Bel-Shalam the Archivist.
(The Society of Biblical Literature, 2007)
The philosophical foundations of Soloveitchik's critique of interfaith dialogue.
(Cambridge University Press, 2003-01)
Review Essay: Fascination Unabated: The Intellectual Love of Maimonides Fascination.
(Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, Yeshiva University., 2008)
On the Dating of Hebrew Sound Changes (☼Ḫ > Ḥ and ☼Ġ > ˓) and Greek Translations (2 Esdras and Judith).
(Society of Biblical Literature, 2005)
Our study of Greek transcriptions of *h provides a tool for dating Greek translations of Hebrew books. The transcriptions in 2 Esdras, the canonical Greek translation of Ezra-Nehemiah, belong to the the second century ...