- Rabbi Ephraim Meth
- Duration: 39 min
Mini-Chabura, daf 76: Limitations on Liability for Murder
- 12 min 25 sec
References: Sanhedrin: 76a, Sanhedrin: 76b, Sanhedrin: 77a, Sanhedrin: 77b, Sanhedrin: 78a
I. Three salient characteristics of tying a person in the sun: 1) he will surely die; 2) the sun is present while he is being tied; 3) the process of heatstroke has already begun. When the third is absent, is the murderer still liable? Also, what defines the "beginning" of a process? II. Can an inevitable consequence of my actions still be considered a grama?
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