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作者 Moț, Laurențiu
書名 Morphological and Syntactical Irregularities in the Book of Revelation : A Greek Hypothesis
出版項 Boston : BRILL, 2015
©2015
國際標準書號 9789004290822 (electronic bk.)
9789004290587
book jacket
版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (301 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Linguistic Biblical Studies
Linguistic Biblical Studies
附註 Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- The History of the Discussion About Solecisms in Revelation -- Antecedents of the Study: A Chronology -- From Dionysius to the 17th Century -- The 18th Century -- The 19th Century -- The 20th Century -- The 21st Century -- Summary and Directions -- Research Questions -- The Need for Further Research -- Relevance and Purpose of the Study -- The Issue of Authorship and Other Delimitations -- Presuppositions About Author, Language, and Inspiration -- Methodological Considerations -- Textual Comparison -- Grammatical (Morpho-Syntactical) Analysis -- Assessment of Cross-Linguistic Influence -- Discourse Analysis -- Summary of Methodology -- Stages of the Investigation -- Chapter 2 Grammatical Error and Correctness in the Classical and Modern Linguistics Perspective -- Grammatical Errors in the Ancient Greek and Latin Authors -- Βαρβαρισμός/Barbarismo -- Definition -- Taxonomy of Barbarism -- Σολοικισμός/Soloecismo -- Non-Grammatical Usages -- Grammatical Usages: From General to Specific -- Taxonomy of Solecism -- Barbarism and Solecism in Rhetorical Context -- Ways to Explain Departures -- The Second Look -- Solecism in Its Own Sentence -- Individual Case -- Intentional vs. Unintentional -- Grammar, but Not at the Expense of Meaning -- Grammatical Correctness in the Modern View -- Prescriptive-Formalist Approach to Grammar -- Descriptive-Functional Approach to Grammar -- Grammatical Error in Modern Linguistics Perspective -- Psycholinguistics -- Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis -- Error Analysis -- Revised Perspectives on the Role of NL in Forming the Interlanguage -- Pragmatics -- Sociolinguistics -- Synthesis -- Chapter 3 Barbarisms and Solecisms in the Book of Revelation -- Morphological Irregularities or Barbarisms -- Barbarisms by Interchange
Χρυσᾶν for χρυσῆν in Rev 1:13 -- Irregular Perfect Endings -- Double Augment -- Απῆλθα(ν) for απῆλθον in Rev 10:9 -- 21:1, 4 -- Βαθέα for βάθη in Rev 2:24 -- Barbarisms by Addition of a Letter -- Other Alternative Readings -- Syntactic Irregularities or Solecisms -- Disagreements of Case, Gender, and Number -- Discords of Case -- Discords of Gender -- Discords of Number -- Verbal Incongruences -- Tense -- Mood -- Synthesis and Evaluation -- Prepositional Irregularities -- Μετὰ -- Ἐν -- Ἐκ -- Synthesis and Evaluation -- General Evaluation of Dissagreements -- Anarthrous Proper Nouns -- Redundancies -- Grammatical: Pronomen Abundans or Semitic Resumptive Pronoun -- Superfluity: Pleonasm or Tautology -- Synthesis and Evaluation -- Chapter 4 Assessment and Implications -- The Degree to Which John's Language is Solecistic -- The Number of Grammatical Departures in Revelation -- The Classification of the Morpho-Syntactical Irregularities -- The Issue of Intentionality -- The Explanation of the Grammatical Departures -- Hebrew Transfer in Revelation or How Semitic Is John's Greek -- How Greek is Revelation's Greek? -- Implications for Grammars -- The Textual Variants -- The Grammatical Standard -- Everyday Speech -- Categories Imposed on the Text -- Implications for Exegesis and Theology -- Chapter 5 Summary and Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Index for Ancient Sources -- Index for Modern Authors -- Index of Subjects
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鏈接 Print version: Moț, Laurențiu Morphological and Syntactical Irregularities in the Book of Revelation : A Greek Hypothesis Boston : BRILL,c2015 9789004290587
主題 Bible. -- Revelation -- Language, style.;Greek language, Biblical -- Morphology.;Greek language, Biblical -- Syntax
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