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Emily Ann Laflèche

the traditional interpretation of the Fourth Gospel. Zelyck performs an in-depth, philologically sensitive discourse analysis, within which he introduces his own adaptation for measuring the influence of the Fourth Gospel on extracanonical gospels. He focuses primarily on how each of these

Nicholas Marshall

the religionist, the sociological, and the discursive. Von Stuckrad’s essay partially repeats the concerns of the previous two essays, but then turns to a more descriptive account of discourse analysis. Fanger’s essay situates the history of Western esotericism around a scholarly construct she calls