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Exploring the Origins of Early Jewish Intellectual Traditions Pre-Hellenistic Influence

Hello, r/Judaism

I’m interested in the development of early Jewish thought and its intellectual traditions,. My curiosity revolves around whether there existed distinct schools of thought within Judaism that focused on theology, jurisprudence, and other areas of intellectual inquiry before the significant cultural and philosophical exchanges brought about by Hellenistic influences.

to be precise, I am keen to know:

  • The nature and scope of any theological and jurisprudential discussions or schools of thought that were present in Jewish society before the Hellenistic period.

I appreciate any insights, references, or Youtube videos you could share on this topic.

Thank you for your time and knowledge.
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