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" ... as if he were a slave to be sold in the market place, and assesses ("shummin") how much he was worth [before the incident] and how much he is worth [now]. "
Assets, Beliefs, and Equilibria in Economic Dynamics: Essays in Honor of ... - Page 24
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Introduction to Jewish law of the second Commonwealth. 2 (1978)

Zeʼev WÓlhelm Falq - Jewish law - 1972 - 369 pages
...he blinded his fellow's eye, cut off his hand, or broke his foot, the injured person is looked Upon as if he were a slave to be sold in the market : they assess how much he was worth and how much he is worth now" (ibid.). Nor was it difficult to...
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A Living Tree: The Roots and Growth of Jewish Law

Elliot N. Dorff, Arthur I. Rosett, Jewish Theological Seminary of America - Religion - 1988 - 602 pages
...If he blinded another's eye, cut off his hand, or crippled his leg, we consider the injured person as if he were a slave to be sold in the market and we estimate how much he was worth beforehand and how much he is worth now. "For the pain" — if...
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