Terumat HaDeshen

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  1. R' Yisrael Isserlein was well respected by the Acharonim who followed him a couple generations later.[1]
  2. Although the Terumat HaDeshen contains two sections, Teshuvot and Pesakim, which would indicate that the former was written as responsa to questions he received and the latter not, the early Acharonim write they were both actually conceived by the author himself. He did not receive any of the questions addressed from others.[2] The Petach HaDevir[3] uses this fact to call into question Maran's assertion[4] that one should follow the Teshuvot over the Pesakim because one is generally more exacting in real life situations. He argues one should in fact follow the Pesakim which seem to be intended for practice more.[5]
  3. The Pesakim and Ketavim weren't necessarily all written before or after the Teshuvot; rather, some were written before and others after. The Hagahot on Shaarei Dura were written last, though.[6]
  4. "Gadol" or "Echad Min HaGedolim" in the Terumat HaDeshen is a reference to his rebbe, Maharil.[7]
  5. Along with the Mahari Veil, the Terumat HaDeshen granted Semikha to R' Yisrael Bruna, known as Mahari Bruna, who was a contemporary of Maharik, Rav Yosef Cologne.[8]
  6. Some recommend following the Tashbetz over the Terumat HaDeshen, but the Chida finds it questionable, given the respect granted the Terumat HaDeshen by later Poskim.[9]

Sources

  1. Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Yud 402)
  2. Yad Malachi (Klalei Shear HaMechabrim 37). Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Yud 402).
  3. Petach HaDevir vol. 3 page 66 col. 4
  4. Beit Yosef Orach Chaim 263
  5. Matnat Yado fn. 61. See also Sdei Chemed Klalei HaPoskim 13:7
  6. Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Yud 402)
  7. Yad Malachi (Klalei Shear Poskim 32)
  8. Yad Malachi (Klalei Shear Poskim 32), Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Yud 410)
  9. Shem HaGedolim (Gedolim, Yud 402)