Shabbat
מרצה Title תקציר סידרה
Rav Yair Kahn The Melakha of Hotza'a Why does tractate Shabbat open with the melakha of hotza'a (carrying from one domain to another), which appears only at the end of the list of 39 forbidden labors in the Mishna? Why does the Mishna have to spell out all four possible cases of hotza'a that arise in the case of a poor man (standing outside a house) and the owner of the house (standing inside)? Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Ezra Bick Akira (Lifting) and Hanacha (Resting) (2b-3a) The Mishna is comprised of cases where the person bears a chatat responsibility ("chayav"); i.e, he has transgressed on a d'oraita level and other cases where he is exempt ("patur"). Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Ezra Bick Shiur 03: Moving One's Body is Like Lifting Up an Object From Its Place As we learned in the previous shiur, in order to be liable on Shabbat for hotza'ah, moving an object from a private domain to a public domain, in addition to the transport itself of the object from one domain to the other, one must perform an act of akira, "lifting" (and also an act of hanacha, "resting"). Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Ezra Bick Shiur #04 – Sin in Order that Your Fellow May Gain Thereby Masekhtot - Iyun
Rav Ezra Bick Shiur #05 – An Object in Airspace is Considered at Rest (4a-4b) Masekhtot - Iyun