Gittin
מרצה Title תקציר סידרה
Rav Ezra Bick Daf 82A Except for Ploni We are beginning the study of Masechet Gittin. We will begin with the 9th chapter, which, even though it is the end of the masechet, deals in the most fundamental manner with the definition of divorce – the concept of kritut. Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Ezra Bick Gittin Chapter 9 Exclusion in Kiddushin (82b) In last week’s shiur, we saw the position of the Rashba daf 82b regarding the statement of the gemara regarding a certain case: “Shimon’s kiddushin did not take effect (lo ahanu).” The Ritva claimed that kiddushin which do not prohibit have no validity at all. From this we deduced that that, according to the Ritva, the act of kiddushin is an act of issur v’heter, and therefore, if there is no new consequence at all in the realm of issur, the intended kiddushin are completely meaningless. Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Ezra Bick Gittin Chapter 9 Four Elderly Sages (83a) The gemara (83a) quotes a braita which preserves a discussion of the tannaim regarding R. Eliezer’s position. Four elderly Sages (the list lengthens in the end to six elderly Sages) entered the discussion to dispute R. Eliezer’s statements, each one with a different claim or question. We will discuss each claim, in an attempt to deduce the logical claim or the halakhic concept which lies behind the opposition to allowing excluding someone from gerushin. Masekhtot - Iyun
Yeshiva Staff Gittin Chapter 9 (83b) Divorce and Marriage for a Specified Time Is a kinyan for a specified time possible also in the cases of betrothal and divorce? Can a man betroth a woman, and establish from the outset that she will be his wife only for a specific period of time, or can he decide to divorce his wife for a limited period of time, at the end of which she will once again be his wife without a second act of betrothal? Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Baruch Weintraub Gittin Chapter 9 (84a) “On condition that you marry Ploni” and “on condition” stipulations "We learned in a beraita: This is your get on condition that you marry Ploni – the woman should not marry Ploni, but if she does so, she need not leave him” (Gittin 84a). Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Ezra Bick Gittin Chapter 9 (84b) What should he do? Take it from her According to the Rabbanan, a get with a shiyur (exclusion) is invalid. The mishna (82a) asks “what should he do?” The mishna answers: “Take it away from her and give it to her again, and say to her: ‘You are permitted to everyone.’” Masekhtot - Iyun
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein Gittin Chapter 2 – Introduction (17a) Divorce By Way Of A Get In its definition of divorce, the Torah speaks of two elements: 1) "a bill of divorce"; and 2) "and send her out of his house." So too later in the passage (v. 3), when the Torah discusses what happens when the second husband divorces the woman, both of these expressions are used. This being the case, we must examine what is the essence of the divorce process: Is it "the bill of divorce," or perhaps the sending out of the woman from the man's house? Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin The Requirement of Dating a Get (17a - 18a) This shiur will address the role and function of the 'date' within a 'get.' Though we might have expected the date to constitute a cardinal element, the gemara's discussion implies a subsidiary role. Keep in mind that as a 'get' is not primarily employed in collecting funds the need for a date is less than obvious. Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 17a-18a - The Requirement of Dating a Get - Part 2 Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Yair Kahn Daf 17b: Deleting the Date Recorded in a Get Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Amnon Bazak Daf 18a: “When do we start counting regarding Gittin?” In Gittin 18a a dispute of the amoraim is cited regarding the question “when do we start counting in gittin?” This is to say, from when do we start counting the three months which the Sages obligated a woman who becomes divorced to wait until remarrying – from when the get was written, or from when it was given. In order to understand the reasoning behind this dispute, we must first examine the definition of this obligation – the law of “havchana” – distinguishing. Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 19 - Ketav al Gabei Ketav Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 19b - The Requirement of the Eidei Mesira to Read the Get Having examined the process by which the signatories acquire knowledge of the contents of the shtar, the gemara considers the witnesses of the actual delivery. Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 18b Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 19a Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 19b - Contracts prepared in Gentile Courts Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 19b - Reading a Document to Illiterate Eidim Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Daf 20a - The Function of Names within a Get Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin The Role of the Husband in Composing the Get Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Does the Transfer of a Get Require a Legal Transaction? Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Drafting a Get through Engraving Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Partially Withholding Delivery of a Get Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin The Function of Netina within the Geirushin Ceremony, Part I Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin The Function of Netina within the Geirushin Ceremony, Part II Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Moshe Taragin Reformatting a Get after its Composition Masekhtot - Iyun

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