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Desire in Paul's Undisputed Epistles

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In this study, Andrew Bowden analyzes Paul's use of 'desire' (????????, ??????????, and ????????) in his undisputed... Weiterlesen
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In this study, Andrew Bowden analyzes Paul's use of 'desire' (????????, ??????????, and ????????) in his undisputed epistles. After introducing critical research on these lexemes, the author applies John Lyons's theory of semantic analysis to the use of ???????? ??? in Roman imperial texts. Based on these observations, he makes a hypothesis concerning the common co-occurrences of 'desire' in Roman imperial texts, its antonyms, the objects it longs for, and its use within metaphorical discourse. This hypothesis is then tested by looking at the use of 'desire' in Dio Chrysostom, Epictetus, Lucian of Samosata, the Cynic epistles, and Second Temple Jewish texts. Andrew Bowden illustrates how, contrary to the view of many scholars, these Roman imperial authors consistently mention positive objects of 'desire.' He then applies these findings concerning 'desire' to Paul, yielding important and sometimes unexpected discoveries.

Zusammenfassung
In this study, Andrew Bowden analyzes Paul's use of 'desire' (????????, ??????????, and ????????) in his undisputed epistles. After introducing critical research on these lexemes, the author applies John Lyons's theory of semantic analysis to the use of ???????? ??? in Roman imperial texts. Based on these observations, he makes a hypothesis concerning the common co-occurrences of 'desire' in Roman imperial texts, its antonyms, the objects it longs for, and its use within metaphorical discourse. This hypothesis is then tested by looking at the use of 'desire' in Dio Chrysostom, Epictetus, Lucian of Samosata, the Cynic epistles, and Second Temple Jewish texts. Andrew Bowden illustrates how, contrary to the view of many scholars, these Roman imperial authors consistently mention positive objects of 'desire.' He then applies these findings concerning 'desire' to Paul, yielding important and sometimes unexpected discoveries.

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Titel: Desire in Paul's Undisputed Epistles
Untertitel: Semantic Observations on the Use of epithyme?, ho epithym?t?s, and epithymía in Roman Imperial Texts
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EAN: 9783161596315
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Mohr Siebeck
Genre: Christentum
Veröffentlichung: 17.02.2021
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Dateigrösse: 5.71 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 602

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