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Kidushin Chart #8a
Kidushin Daf 34a-35a
MITZVOS ASEH SHEHA'ZEMAN GERAMA IN WHICH WOMEN ARE OBLIGATED, AND THOSE FROM WHICH WOMEN ARE EXEMPT
ARE THEY OBLIGATED?
WHAT IS THE SOURCE?
IS THIS SOURCE VERSE EXTRA?(1)
|| Hekesh to Limud Torah
||MATZAH ON PESACH NIGHT
|| Hekesh to Chametz
||SIMCHAH ON THE FESTIVAL
|| ha'Nashim v'ha'Taf
||(KIDUSH HA'YOM ON SHABBOS)(8)
|| Zachor v'Shamor
||(TOSEFES INUY ON YOM KIPUR)(9)
(1) That is, is the verse considered one of two verses that teach the same
thing (Shnei Kesuvim ha'Ba'im k'Echad) when we have already learned from a
different source that a woman is obligated (or exempt) from this type of
(2) We might have thought that a woman is obligated, since a Hekesh compares
this Mitzvah with the Mitzvah of Hakhel.
(3) We might have thought that a woman is obligated, since a Hekesh compares
this Mitzvah with the Mitzvah of Matzah on Pesach night.
(4) We might have thought that a woman is obligated, since a Hekesh compares
this Mitzvah with the Mitzvah of Mezuzah.
(5) We might have thought that a woman is exempt, since a Hekesh compares
this Mitzvah with the Mitzvah of Sukah.
(6) That is, according to the view that holds that Tefilin are not worn on
Shabbos or at night, and therefore it is a Mitzvah that depends on a
(7) That is, according to Rebbi Yehudah (as Rashi writes on 35a, DH d'Havi
Simchah). According to the other Tana'im, though, Abaye has already
explained (34b) that women themselves are not obligated in the Mitzvah of
Simchah, but rather their husbands are obligated to make them rejoice.
(8) So points out Tosfos (35a, DH Mishum).
(9) So writes the Gemara in Sukah (28a).
(10) Apparently, this verse is indeed extra (if we learn that women are
*obligated* in Mitzvos Aseh sheha'Zeman Gerama from a different verse), and
therefore it is difficult to understand why Tosfos (footnote #8) does not
mention it. Perhaps the reason is because Tosefes Inuy of Yom Kipur is
excluded from the punishment of Kares and from being a Lo Ta'aseh, and thus
we might have thought that it is a more lenient prohibition, and women are
exempt from it even if they are obligated in all other Mitzvos Aseh
sheha'Zeman Gerama. (See Sukah 28b, and Teshuvos Rebbi Akiva Eiger 3:80,
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