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A Functional and Cognitive Approach to Job 12-14
Linguistics and hermeneutics are often regarded as two mutually exclusive scholarly disciplines. Recent decades, however, have witnessed the rise of linguistic approaches that take meaning back to the heart of their inquiry and can be fruitful for textual interpretation. This book applies the insights of two such approaches, i.e. functional grammar and cognitive semantics, to the study of Biblical Hebrew with a specific focus on Job 12-14. The result is two-fold. The study offers a detailed linguistic analysis, providing many new insights in the linguistic peculiarities of the text and Biblical Hebrew in general. Moreover, it proposes a fresh exegetical reading of Job’s longest and central speech in the book.
In: Goochem in Mokum, Wisdom in Amsterdam
In: Conservatism and Innovation in the Hebrew Language of the Hellenistic Period
In: Hebrew in the Second Temple Period
In: Hebrew of the Late Second Temple Period
In: Hebrew of the Late Second Temple Period
In: Hebrew of the Late Second Temple Period
In: The Old Testament in Its World
In: Job 28. Cognition in Context