Gemara Deduced

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Eikev - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 10
... Rav Joseph deduced from this that a scholar who has forgotten his learning through no fault of his own (through old age, sickness, or trouble, but not through willful neglect) is ... Resh Lakish deduced from the interjection of the apparently parenthetical words, “which you broke,” in Deuteronomy 102 that God was thereby saying ... Rabbi Hanina deduced from Deuteronomy 1012 that everything is in the hand of Heaven except the fear of Heaven, for Deuteronomy 1012 says “What does the Lord your God ask of ...
Pekudei - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Exodus Chapter 38
364, Exodus 3822, Joshua 147, and 1 Chronicles 219–20, the Gemara deduced that in earlier generations, a boy of eight could father children ... the Exodus, and in the second, he erected it and sent out the spies, so the Gemara deduced that Bezalel must have been at least 14 years old when Moses sent out the spies, the year after Bezalel worked on the ... Thus, the Gemara deduced that Caleb was only 26 years older than his great-grandson Bezalel ...
V'Zot Ha Berachah - Haftarah - The Haftarah in Classical Rabbinic Interpretation
... Nun the servant of the Lord died,” the Gemara (reasoning that Joshua could not have written those words and the accounts thereafter) taught that Eleazar the High Priest completed the last ... But then the Gemara also noted that the final verse, Joshua 2433, says, “And Eleazar the son of Aaron died,” and concluded that Eleazar’s son Phinehas finished the book ... The Gemara taught that God’s instruction to Moses in Numbers 2720 to put some of his honor on Joshua was not to transfer all of the honor of Moses ...
Korach (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Numbers Chapter 16
... also spell the Hebrew word for “bald” (kereach), the Gemara deduced that he was called Korah because he caused a bald spot to be formed among the ... same Hebrew root as the word “noon” (צָּהֳרָיִם, tzohorayim), the Gemara deduced from “son of Izhar” that Korah was a son who brought upon himself anger hot as the noon sun ... for “set on edge” (קהה, kihah), the Gemara deduced from “son of Kohath” that Korah was a son who set his ancestors’ teeth on edge ...
Vayakhel - Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Exodus Chapter 36
... Exodus 3822, Joshua 147, and 1 Chronicles 219–20, the Gemara deduced that in earlier generations, a boy of eight could father children ... and in the second, he erected it and sent out the spies, so the Gemara deduced that Bezalel must have been at least 14 years old when Moses sent out the spies ... Thus, the Gemara deduced that Caleb was only 26 years older than his great-grandson Bezalel ...

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    I frame no hypotheses; for whatever is not deduced from the phenomena is to be called a hypothesis; and hypotheses, whether metaphysical or physical, whether of occult qualities or mechanical, have no place in experimental philosophy.
    Isaac Newton (1642–1727)

    Instruct
    Your son, whirling between two wars,
    In the Gemara of your gentleness,
    Stanley Jasspon Kunitz (b. 1905)