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Author: A. K. M. Adam

1 Introduction One could hardly imagine a more appropriate setting for an essay on unconscious dimensions of the possibility of exegesis apart from authorial intention than a symposium in Vienna, the city of Freud and Wittgenstein. 1 Yet – although “intention” (and unintentional expression) is an

In: Biblical Exegesis without Authorial Intention?
Author: Raphael Jospe

characterized by the principle of internalization: our external religious obligations (the “duties of the limbs”) must be transformed into inner “duties of the heart” by sincere intention (Arabic: niyya khaliṣa ), whereas Judah Ha-Levi’s Kuzari stresses correct action (Arabic: ʿamal ) and not intention, and

In: Review of Rabbinic Judaism
Author: Oda Wischmeyer

the triad of “author – text – intention.” In my paper, I seek to bring together these different interests that determine the practical work of New Testament exegesis. 1 The Texts and the Question of the Author The status and the function of the literary author has often been questioned, negated

In: Biblical Exegesis without Authorial Intention?