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Shulhanshel Arba,p. 496. , "thingsthat go up") up to the upperworld. 64 What I inferredfrom R. These ideas are stressedin the Zohar,especiallyin Raya R. 68R. Bahya, however,seems to emphasizethe sacrificial 63. See esp. LouisJacobs,"TheUpliftingof Sparksin LaterJewishMysticism,"in Jewish Spirituality:FromtheBible to theMiddleAges,ed. As we can see, EasternEuropeanHasidicavodahbe-gashmiyutis morelikely a revivalof earlier views such as those of R. Bahya'sShulhanshel Arbathanan unprecedented innovation.

85. Bahya,Shulhanshel Arba,p. 459. 86. Jay,ThroughoutYourGenerationsForever,p. xxiii. 260 JONATHAN BRUMBERG-KRAUS of male Torahscholars,not born of women. For even if this text (a soul bornas a puts most of the responsibilityfor a "good"reincarnation withhiswife,87it malechild)in the intentionof thehusbandduringintercourse does not completelyeliminateherrole in the process,as Bahya'sgastronomic metempsychosisin effect does. Similarly,Bahya'suse of the term talmid hakham,"discipleof a sage,"for his idealtype, suggeststhat"real"lineage, the only inheritancethat counts, that is, Torah,is passed from teacherto student,not biologicallyfrommother(or even father)to child.

Pesah49b. 62. Shulhanshel Arba,p. 496. , "thingsthat go up") up to the upperworld. 64 What I inferredfrom R. These ideas are stressedin the Zohar,especiallyin Raya R. 68R. Bahya, however,seems to emphasizethe sacrificial 63. See esp. LouisJacobs,"TheUpliftingof Sparksin LaterJewishMysticism,"in Jewish Spirituality:FromtheBible to theMiddleAges,ed. As we can see, EasternEuropeanHasidicavodahbe-gashmiyutis morelikely a revivalof earlier views such as those of R. Bahya'sShulhanshel Arbathanan unprecedented innovation.

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