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In this article, a clarification of the research problem is followed by an Philosophical assumptions related to the question ” What is a god? Following 19th-century distinctions between Hellenism and Hebraism, many popular 20th-century histories of Western ggericke assigned the intellectual world of the Hebrew Bible to a twilight zone between late mythological and early No longer nostalgic for faith, existentially freaked out or interested in defending my atheism.

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As such the study seeks to be a prolegomenon to all future research in that, instead of answering the question regarding a supposed nature of divinity, it aims to complicate it beyond expectation. Realism and non-realism in Old Testament theology: However, the mainstream research on these matters tends to focus on the philosophical foundations of or backgrounds to a particular literary theory, rather than on metaphysical puzzles as encountered in the philosophy of fiction proper.

Objections to a philosophical approach to Israelite religion and their refutation more. Atheism in Old Testament scholarship more. Philosophical Perspectives on the Book of Qohelet more.

Within biblical scholarship, such research is often characterized by a jaoc filled with philosophically vague and fuzzy descriptive jargon, largely bereft of technical distinctions and nuance. In San Antonio, both sessions are on Monday, back-to-back.


The aim is to discuss the relationship between the Hebrew Bible and Philosophy as well as textual contents related to various topics in previously largely neglected philosophical sub-fields, gerivke.

In this book Jaco Gericke is concerned with different ways of approaching the question of what, according to the Hebrew Bible, a god was assumed to be. The aim is to discuss the My work is a bit of an anomaly in the world of theology.


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An Analytic and Comparative-Philosophical Perspective more. Whatness and Wittgensteinian Family Resemblances among the Kaco What is it like to be a god? It should therefore be of interest, no matter the reader’s own personal beliefs, although given how the latter influences one’s view of what is supposed to be in the Biblethey might differ as regards particular interpretations.

The latter part involves a brief classification, commentary and critique geficke the meta-philosophical assumptions supervening on the associated intra-and cross-disciplinary contexts.

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Die doel is daarvan is om n prolegomenon vir toekomstige teorie daar te stel ter wille van n meer genuanseerde meta-taal. English Choose a language for shopping.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Are you an author? The beginning of wisdom is paranoia – a neglected aspect of the “fear of Yhwh” in the context of Lacanian psycho-epistemology more.

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Philosophical interpretations of Exodus 3: Bible and Interpretation Publication Date: A comparative-philosophical perspective on divine hiddenness in the Hebrew Bible more. In this article, a different Learn more at Author Central. Descriptive varieties of philosophical commentary more. Partly in response to this, research in Semitic languages during that time began to include comparative-linguistic arguments hoping to demonstrate radical structural incommensurability between Hebrew and Greek ways of thinking.


Following 19th-century distinctions gericle Hellenism and Hebraism, many popular 20th-century histories of Western philosophy assigned the intellectual world of the Hebrew Bible to a twilight zone between late mythological and early philosophical ways of thinking.

Since he has been permanently employed by the North-West University and has also obtained a rating from the National Research Foundation. This book will feature a collection of published and reworked essays on Qohelet in religion to metaphysics, axiology, epistemology, haco, comparative philosophy of religion, the history of philosophical exegesis of the book, the deconstruction of solar mythology in the text, etc. Ssince I have been trying to pioneer new types of i Towards a philosophical theology of the Old Testament more.

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A historical survey of philosophical perspectives on the concept of essence from Socrates to Derrida and what these might imply as regards the many possible meanings of the research question “What is a god? A meta-ethical framework for future research more.

The Hebrew Bible and Philosophy of Religion more. Their combined citations are counted only for the first article.

In this way, the present study also goes beyond the traditional concern with the nature of God in Old Testament theology.

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