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Author Glanz, Oliver.
Title Understanding participant-reference shifts in the book of Jeremiah : a study of exegetical method and its consequences for the interpretation of referential incoherence / by Oliver Glanz.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013.

Author Glanz, Oliver.
Series Studia Semitica Neerlandica, 0081-6914 ; v. 60
Studia Semitica Neerlandica ; v. 60.
Subject Bible. Jeremiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Jeremiah -- Hermeneutics.
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Summary In Understanding Participant-Reference Shifts in the Book of Jeremiah methodological reflections lead to a text-phenomenological investigation of the origins and functions of participant-reference shifts.
Note Text in English with biblical phrases quoted in Greek and Hebrew.
Contents Preface; List of Abbreviations; WIVU Transliteration of Hebrew Alphabet; Introduction; The Case -- Person, Number, Gender Shifts: Data and Interpretation; Observations about the Written Text; Observations about Data-Interpretation; Conclusion: In Need of Understanding PNG Shifts; Overview of Interpretative Suggestions; Level of Exegetical Practice; Level of Language-Systematic Approaches; Conclusion: Interpretative Risks; Research Procedure; Procedure of Presentation; Chapter One. Methodological Reflections; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Phenomenology of the Subject-Object Relation
1.2.1. A General Description of the Subject-Object Relation of Reason1.2.2. Frameworks of Reason as Part of the Subject-Object Relationship; 1.2.3. The Hermeneutical Task; 1.2.4. Method; 1.3. Phenomenology of the Biblical Text as Object; 1.3.1. Text as Phenomenon; 1.3.2. Summary; 1.4. Interpretations of Textual Phenomena (the Object from the Subject's Viewpoint); 1.4.1. Methodological Consequences of Reason's Interpretation and the View of the Text as Object; 1.4.2. Summary; Chapter Two. Proposal of Method: Analytical Instruments; 2.1. General Remarks
2.2. Phenomenological Reading: The Initial Methodological Step2.2.1. The WIVU Database; 2.2.2. Specific Procedure: Registration and Collection of PNG Shifts; Chapter Three. Commentary treatment of PNG shifts; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Modernistic Fragmentation and PNG Shifts (Duhm, Mowinckel); 3.2.1. Statistics; 3.2.2. Description; 3.2.3. Evaluation
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3.4. Response (2{ontstyle ={}ontstylefeature ={}edef Brill -- 4{Brill -- 4}edef Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt{Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt}Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt spaceskip =ontdimen 2Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt plusontdimen 3Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt minusontdimen 4Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt nd}A) to Modernistic Fragmentation and PNG Shifts (Lundbom)3.4.1. Statistics; 3.4.2. Description; 3.4.3. Evaluation
3.5. Response (2{ontstyle ={}ontstylefeature ={}edef Brill -- 4{Brill -- 4}edef Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt{Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt}Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt spaceskip =ontdimen 2Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt plusontdimen 3Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt minusontdimen 4Brill -- 4 at11.04124pt nd}B) to Modernistic Fragmentation and PNG Shifts (Holladay)
ISBN 9789004242180 (electronic bk.)
900424218X (electronic bk.)
9781283902243 (MyiLibrary)
1283902249 (MyiLibrary)
9789004241886
9004241884
OCLC # 823252283
Additional Format Print version: Glanz, Oliver. Understanding participant-reference shifts in the book of Jeremiah. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013 9789004241886 (DLC) 2012042360 (OCoLC)808417373



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