This is a study of the relationship between two cognate religious
components of Judaism, the laws of the Pentateuch and the corpus of
Halakhah set forth by the Mishnah-Tosefta-Yerushalmi-Bavli. Both
contain normative rules or Halakhah. The four relationships between
the Torah and the Halakhah are  dependent, the Halakhah simply
amplifying the Halakhic topic and proposition of Scripture, 
autonomous, the Halakhah simply defining its own category-formation
and determining the proposition that animates that
category-formation,  interstitial (in-between) but derivative,
and  interstitial yet fundamentally original. As to these latter
two relationships, in the first of the two, Scripture defines the
category-formation and determines the proposition to be explored in
that connection. In the second of the two, Scripture supplies the
topic, but the Halakhah on its own defines the proposition it
wishes to explore in connection with that topic.
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