He concludes that this would then account for those seemingly self-contradictory instances in the Shulchan Aruch. But he abandoned this idea because, as he wrote:  "Who has the courage to rear his head aloft among mountains, the heights of God? Karo very often decides disputed cases without necessarily considering the age and importance of the authority in question, expressing simply his own views. For Karo, whose interest lay in ruling on the practical issues, the Tur seemed a better choice.
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Contents[ edit ] The work is a summary of the Shulchan Aruch of Rabbi Joseph Caro , with references to later rabbinical commentaries. It is divided into chapters called simanim. Rabbi Ganzfried expressed his intentions in his introduction:  [This book] includes from the four sections of the Shulchan Aruch, those necessary and essential laws for all people in Yisrael in order to know them and are written in a simple language and a correct order. They shall find in [this work] that which they require with ease and also [be able to] educate the youth and plant in their hearts the commandments of Hashem in their youth and [so that] also in their later life they will not leave them… Ganzfried based his decisions on the opinions of three Ashkenazi rabbinic authorities: Rabbis Yaakov Lorberbaum author of Nesivos HaMishpat , Schneur Zalman of Liadi author of Shulchan Aruch HaRav , and Abraham Danzig author of Chayei Adam and Chochmat Adam. In cases of disagreement between them, Ganzfried adopted the majority view. Caro had already used a similar method to write the Shulchan Aruch in ; his rabbinic authorities of reference were Isaac Alfasi , Maimonides , and Asher ben Yechiel.
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