R' Meir

"Meir [giver of light]" was actually a nickname for either R' Nechemiah or R' Elazar ben Arach: Eruvin 13b
R' Meir can be assumed to be the author of an Unattributed Mishnah: Gittin 4a
R' Meir and his wife Beruriah, and antagonistic Biryonim: Berachot 10a
R' Meir analyzed the Name of Kidor the Innkeeper: Yoma 83b
R' Meir isn't always the Mishnaic Sage labelled "Achairim": Tos. Berachot 9b #2
R' Meir used to say that Learning Torah and Awe of HaShem are the main elements for which a person should strive: Berachot 17a
Wouldn't allow people to make a plaster for him on Shabbat, although he permitted it for others: Shabbat 134a
Said that he never acted against the rulings of his peers: Shabbat 134a
Rebbe changing his practice when he found out that R' Meir ruled the practice was forbidden: Shabbat 147a
Rebbe said, "I am sharper than my peers only because I learned in the row behind R' Meir. Had I been in front of R' Meir, I would have been still sharper": Eruvin 13b
R' Meir adding a month to the year outside of Israel: Megillah 18b
R' Meir was a scribe: Eruvin 13a
R' Meir writing a Scroll of the Purim Story from memory, when no other was available: Megillah 18b
R' Elazar ben Azariah terming him "Meir": Gittin 12b
His Brother-in-law was Yehoshua Ben Ziruz: Shabbat 147a
Set of R' Meir's statements: Menachot 43b
When an anonymous student cites R' Yishmael in front of R' Akiva, that is R' Meir: Eruvin 13a
R' Meir tried to learn before R' Akiva, but R' Akiva was too sharp, and so he learned before R' Yishmael, and then before R' Akiva: Eruvin 13a
R' Yishmael warning R' Meir about the seriousness of writing a Torah scroll, and R' Meir's response: Eruvin 13a
R' Acha bar Chanina said, "It is revealed and known before the Creator of the Universe that there was no one in R' Meir's generation who was R' Meir's peer. The law doesn't follow him, only because his peers could not follow his logic": Eruvin 13b
R' Yochanan said, "R' Oshia was to his generation as R' Meir was to his; his colleagues couldn't fully understand his opinions": Eruvin 53a
Sumchus was a student of R' Meir, and for every case in which the answer was "Pure" he could provide 48 reasons for that decision, and for every case in which the answer was "Impure" he could provide 48 reasons for that decision: Eruvin 13b
R' Shimon ben Elazar reporting a practice of R' Meir: Eruvin 29a
How we decide the law when R' Meir and R' Yehudah disagree: Eruvin 46b-47a, 52a
How we decide the law when R' Meir and R' Yosi disagree: Eruvin 46b-47a
How we decide the law when R' Meir and R' Shimon disagree: Eruvin 46b
R' Meir as a descendant of the Roman general Nero: Gittin 56a

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