|Theories of Joint Ownership in Talmudic Logic|
Michael Abraham, Israel Belfer, Dov Gabbay, Esther David, Shlomo David and Uri Schild
This book is the fourteenth of the Talmudic Logic Studies series. These studies combine classic logical and Talmudic tools to get to the root of the logical insights found in the Talmud.
In previous volumes, the authors discussed ways of analyzing and synthesizing concepts, that is, ways in which two basic concepts can be put together, forming a new combined concept.
In the present volume the authors deal with the same picture , but from a different angle, that of joint (“mixed”) ownership. In the first part of the book the authors look at the general concept of partnership and try to extract various logical models for “mixing” ( ownership). In the second part the authors discuss the legal and logical implications of the different models for the partnership, and in the third part the authors deal with more general “mixing” issues.