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Rina Kreitman

Voicing is present when vibration of vocal folds occurs during the production of a segment (vocal folds and vocal cords are used here interchangeably). If the vocal folds vibrate, the segment is voiced, but if they are open and air flows freely with no vibration, the segment is voiceless

Yael Wilfand

personification of pax and the cult of the goddess Pax. 4 As Christopher J. Fuhrmann observes, “diverse voices produced a rhetoric of imperial peace, and anyone who handled a coin stamped pax or concordia was exposed to it.” 5 Despite having been composed under Roman rule, Tannaitic discourse on peace

Yuval Blankovsky

multivoiced cultural discourse and to recover, as much as possible, all the positions and voices of the discourse. 10 The approach I offer follows Levinson’s statement, and claims that in order to recover the multivoiced cultural discourse in which the text participates, we should examine the relationship

Teppei Kato

the voice of the Lord commanded him to go to the land of Canaan (12:16-27). Abraham immediately left Haran again for the land of Canaan at the age of seventy-seven (12:28). Terah blessed Abraham’s departure, and asked Abraham to take him later to a good place to live (12:30), although he disappears

Daniel R. Schwartz

WHENCE THE VOICE? A RESPONSE TO BRUCE W. LONGENECKER BY DANIEL R. SCHWARTZ Hebrew University of Jerusalem In a recent article,' Bruce W. Longenecker did me the honor of addressing a full-length response to a suggestion which, as he notes (p. 323), I made "almost in passing" in an article

Isaac Hershkowitz

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157007011X564887 The Review of Rabbinic Judaism 14 (2011) 120–128 brill.nl/rrj The Melody of the Sages: Does God Really Have a Voice? Isaac Hershkowitz Department of Philosophy, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan 52900 Israel tzanoa@gmail.com In The

Kreitman, Rina

Voicing is present when vibration of vocal folds occurs during the production of a segment (vocal folds and vocal cords are used here interchangeably). If the vocal folds vibrate, the segment is voiced, but if they are open and air flows freely with no vibration, the segment is voiceless

Dov Schwartz

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157007011X564878 The Review of Rabbinic Judaism 14 (2011) 111–119 brill.nl/rrj From Metaphor to Substance: On Jacob Neusner’s Judaism’s Theological Voice: The Melody of the Talmud 1 Dov Schwartz Department of Philosophy, Bar-Ilan University

Oren, Mikhal

Voice’ or ‘diathesis’ refers to the relation between an action and its participants (Agent; Patient), as expressed in a clause by the verb and its arguments. Following Classical Greek grammar, a distinction is traditionally made between active, passive, and middle voice. A clause is said to be

Joshua Berman

THE NARRATORIAL VOICE OF THE SCRIBES OF SAMARIA: EZRA IV 8 - VI 18 RECONSIDERED* by JOSHUA BERMAN Ramat Gan, Israel The presence of a large block of Aramaic narrative in Ezra iv-vi has long posed a conundrum for scholars of Ezra-Nehemiah. While the Aramaic pericope is often thought of as a