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Marie Maussion

de R.G. Lehmann in D. Michel, Untersuchungen zur Eigenart des Buches Qohelet , et de B. Perregaux Allisson in M. Rose, Rien de nouveau . 4 Pour de plus amples renseignements, voir notre livre M. Maussion , Le mal, le bien et le jugement de Dieu dans le livre de Qohélet (Göttingen, 2003). QOHÉLET VI 1

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Jimyung Kim

We saw that the modernist approaches to the contradictions in the book resulted in the polarization of scholars’ views on Qohelet’s identity and the messages of his words, because those approaches reduce what is genuinely complex and contradictory into something coherent. Thus, drawing on Bakhtin

Philip Alexander

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/147783511X594870 Aramaic Studies 9 . 1 ( 2011 ) 101 – 114 Aramaic Studies www.brill.nl/arst Profile Targum Qohelet Excerpt from: Database of Anonymous and Pseudepigraphic Jewish Literature of Antiquity, c. 200 BCE to c. 700 CE , ed. A. Samely, R

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Jimyung Kim

Previously, I broadly sketched the intellectual discourses of Judea and its surrounding nations to see under what circumstances a character like Qohelet could have emerged. We saw the diversity of conversation that yielded a character like Qohelet and the resulting complexity of Qohelet’s identity

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Jimyung Kim

In an attempt to overcome modernism’s epistemological limitations, which recognize contradiction only as a problem to solve, I employ Bakhtin’s literary, philosophical insights and try to embrace Qohelet’s contradictions as they stand. As Bakhtin would insist, the contradictions in Ecclesiastes are

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Jimyung Kim

. By the same token, the voices in Qohelet’s interior dialogue are rooted in Qohelet’s sociohistorical realities though it should be considered that, however much precisely one can date the text, it is not possible to precisely reconstruct the life experiences of Qohelet and exact voices with which

Krauter, Stefan (Tübingen)

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Raphael Dascalu

Perhaps more than any other, Tanḥum’s commentary to Qohelet provides a striking illustration of his breadth as an exegete and a thinker. His understanding of Qohelet as a treatment of the theoretical sciences, with certain passages also alluding to ethics, facilitated his broad exploration of the

Michael V. Fox

Part of 15 Qohelet Text-critical research on the Hebrew text of Qohelet has largely been confined to the commentaries on the book and articles on specific verses. Euringer’s 1890 study goes through the book proposing corrections.Euringer, Masorahtext des Koheleth. Though outdated in many ways, this

Cécile Dogniez

Part of 13–17 Five Scrolls - 13–17.1 Primary Translations - 13–17.1.1 Septuagint Ἐκκλησιάστης “Ecclesiast” is derived from ἐκκλησία “assembly.” This translation of the original Hebrew name Qohelet (Qoh 1:1), itself a word of uncertain origin, is thought to designate a member of the assembly or