This brief chapter first summarizes the main arguments and findings of the book. It then offers various contexts within which to address the significance of Socratic Torah: the experience of minority populations in provincial Rome, the phenomenon of minority communities in antiquity describing the “Other,” ancient Jewish and non-Jewish dialogue texts, and, most narrowly, the rabbinic perspective on non-rabbis generally.
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