More Discussions for this daf
1. Eggs inside a chicken on Yom Tov 2. Tosfos 3. Nolad as Muktzah
4. Muktzah & Tevel 5. Tosfos DH u'Beis Hillel, Tosfos DH Gabei 6. Hachana d'Rabah
7. Eruv Tavshilin 8. Eruv Tavshilin for Gebrochts 9. Beit Shamai's Chidush
10. Hachanah from Shabbos for a weekday 11. Hachanah by cooking and baking 12. The Heter to use a broken utensil
13. Introduction to Muktzah 14. Beis Hillel/Beis Shamai 15. Addition to Insight
16. Possible mistake 17. Hachanah d'Rabah 18. ביצה שנולדה ביו"ט

Yaakov Mikhli asked:

Why is it that Beis Hilll is machmir in these cases and Beis Shammai is meikel? Throughout shas it's the other way around, so why do they have seemingly polar opposit shitos here? Thank you

Yaakov Mikhli, NY, USA

The Kollel replies:

Although, generally, Beis Shamai is more Machmir and Beis Hillel more Meikel, there are many cases in which it is the other way around. Many of these cases are recorded in the Mishnah in Eduyos, chapters 4 and 5.

In the cases in which they are Machmir, Beis Shamai are not Machmir simply for the sake of being Machmir. They are many considerations and factors for being Machmir. On occasion, Beis Shamai will be Meikel due to the many factors involved. The same applies for Beis Hillel.

Y. Shaw