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This paper argues that, notwithstanding a few major exceptions, the modern commitment to studying educational thinking and practice in premodern Jewish societies has not been particularly intense, despite widespread agreement as to the importance of education in premodern Jewish life. It is suggested that were definitions of Jewish education altered—a much wider area of research would be seen to involve important aspects of the premodern Jewish educational enterprise.
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