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Accordingto Halivni, the distinctionbetweenAlt's categoriesis, when appliedto the Talmud,a relativelyminor one. "38 Apodictic in this sense refersto any terse,categoricallyformulatedstatementthat stands by itself, or could standby itself, and that bearsno necessaryconnectionto any other statementin order to be understood. In the argumentationalmode, conclusionsare formulatedas the final stage in a process of give and take. Whereasin the apodicticmode only the conclusions wereconsideredworthyof preservation,in the argumentationalmode the various steps leading up to the conclusionwere also preserved.

See Iggeret Ray Sherira Gaon, p. 97. Compare p. ) Seder Tannaimve-Amoraimbegins its account of the saboraim immediately after recounting the death of the above-mentioned Ravina, while Rav Sherira begins his account of the saboraim immediately after recounting the death of Ray Yose. It is therefore unclear, based on the geonic sources, exactly when the saboraic period began. Due to the fact that we are almost entirely dependent upon the geonim for our knowledge of this period, we have at present no choice but to treat the approximate date for the beginning of the saboraic period as a matter of doubt.

What determines, therefore, when an apodictic statement was formulated anonymously, and when it was attributed to a particular authority? We can answer this question by pointing out that there was certainly more than one school of stammaim. Some stammaim thought that under no circumstances should they be mentioned in the Talmud by name. Therefore, even their apodictic statements were recorded anonymously. Other stammaim were not so extreme, and thought that their names should be mentioned under certain well-defined circumstances.

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