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Lo que nos enseña Kalá Rabati sobre la redacción del Talmud

David Brodsky

Resumen


Kalá Rabati es un texto rabínico amoraíta (c. 350–400 de nuestra era) poco conocido con una estrecha relación con el Talmud de Babilonia. Hay pasajes en Kalá Rabati que tienen paralelos en el Talmud con ciertas variantes que exponen el proceso editorial de ambos textos. Además, la manera en que el Talmud se redactó es un enigma para los estudios talmúdicos. Hasta ahora, este análisis ha sido tautológico: se descifra cómo se redactó el Talmud por medio de datos que provienen exclusivamente del Talmud mismo. Este estudio demuestra que Kalá Rabati nos ayuda a descubrir el proceso de edición del Talmud, señalando el importante papel que los transmisores desempeñaron en la redacción de algunos pasajes, constituyendo a veces la voz anónima del mismo.


Palabras clave


Talmud; Literatura Rabínica; Stam; Kalá Rabati; Redacción

Citas


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