More Discussions for this daf
1. Getting things through prayer 2. Dovid Hamelech and the Harp 3. The speed of the angels
4. Chamor No'er 5. Shema after Tefilla 6. Bedai
7. Moshe and Pharaoh's astrologers 8. Ge'ulah Samuch la'Tefilah 9. Eliyahu in 4 Flights; Rav Elazar bar Avina
10. The Logic of Rebbi Yehoshua ben Levi 11. Rashi 12. Bushah & Kelimah
13. Verse proving David was not embarrassed 14. Ashrei 15. Rashi
16. Saying Shema before Shemoneh Esreh 17. Lulei 18. "Lulei"
19. Unneccessary repetition 20. Semichat Ge'ulah l'Tefilah 21. Interpretation of "BeShachbecha"
22. בחצות הלילה 23. King David dealing with Halachic issues

Reuven Kasierer asked:

why does the gemorra on the bottom of amud aleph into amud beis basically repeat the mishnah?

Reuven Kasierer, Silver Spring USA

The Kollel replies:

Rav Eliezer Moshe Horowitz writes that the Chachamim actually hold that even b'Di'eved one may not read after Chatzos, and Raban Gamliel agrees that l'Chatchilah the time is until Chatzos. The Gemara was asking why the Gezeirah according to the Chachamim is different than the Gezeirah accoring to Raban Gamliel.

The Igros Moshe (OC I:86) suggests that there is an alternate possibility to explain the Chachamim, as the Yerushalmi explains. The Chachamim maintain that until Chatzos is mid'Oraisa. According to this, the Seifa of the Mishnah is the view of Raban Gamliel, and not the Chachamim. Therefore, the Gemara needed to prove from the Beraisa that the ruling of the Chachamim is also only a Gezeirah.

D. Zupnik