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Auteur(s) : Van Loon, Hanneke  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur

Titre(s) : Metaphors in the discussion on suffering in Job 3-31 [Texte électronique] : visions of hope and consolation / by Hanneke van Loon

Publication : Leiden ; Boston : Brill, copyright 2018

Description matérielle : 1 online resource

Collection : Biblical interpretation series, ISSN 0928-0731 ; Volume 165

Lien à la collection : Biblical interpretation series (Online) 


Note(s) : Bibliogr. p. 219-230. Index


Sujet(s) : Bible. A.T.. Job -- Critique et exégèse  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Souffrance -- Enseignement biblique  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Métaphore -- Dans la Bible  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet

Indice(s) Dewey : 223.106 (23e éd.)  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet


Numéros : ISBN 9789004380936. - ISBN 9004380930. - ISBN 9789004380929 (erroné)

Notice n° :  FRBNF45601100 (notice reprise d'un réservoir extérieur)



Table des matières : Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1. Metaphor and Biblical Exegesis: a Proposal; 1. New Developments in Cognitive Linguistics and Biblical Exegesis; 1.1. Lexical Semantics, Metaphors, and Emotions; 1.2. The Importance of Cognitive Linguistics for Biblical Exegesis; 2. Metaphor in Cognitive Linguistics; 2.1. Metaphor and Thought; 2.1.1. Conceptual Metaphor Theory; 2.1.2. Conceptual Blending Theory; 2.1.3. Class Inclusion Theory; 2.1.4. Career of Metaphor Theory; 2.2. Metaphor and Language; 2.2.1. Metaphor and Simile
2.2.2. Analogies, Extended Similes, Extended Metaphors, and Allegories 2.2.3. Personification; 2.2.4. Metaphor and Metonymy; 2.3. Metaphor and Communication; 2.3.1. The Interaction between the Conceptual, Linguistic and Communicative Dimensions of Metaphors; 2.3.2. Metaphor and Rhetoric; 2.3.3. Metaphor and Stylistics; 3. Metaphor and Biblical Exegesis; 3.1. Exegetical Approaches to Biblical Metaphor; 3.2. The Exegetical Approach to Biblical Metaphor in the This Book; Chapter 2. The Theme of Suffering in the Book of Job; 1. Literary Approaches to the Book of Job
1.1. Dell: the Misuse of Genre 1.2. Newsom: Genres as Voices in a Polyphonic Dialogue; 1.3. Perdue: Metaphors of Cosmology and Anthropology; 1.4. Summary and Outlook; 2. The Structure of Job 3-31; 2.1. Job 23-27: Wolfers (1993); 2.2. Job 28: Lo (2003) and Jones (2009); 3. Metaphors of Suffering in Job 3-31; 3.1. The Development of Job's Suffering in Job 3-31; 3.2. The Selection of Passages and Metaphors; Chapter 3. Suffering in the Opening Speech (Job 3): the Unrest of Being Imprisoned in Life; 1. Job 3:20-26 in the Context of Job 3; 2. Job 3:20-26: Text and Translation
3. Metaphors in Job 3:20-26 3.1. Light (3:20); 3.2. Treasure Hunting (3:21-22); 3.3. Way (3:23); 3.4. Food (3:24); 3.5. Movement (3:25-26); 3.6. Agitation (3:26); 4. The Conceptualization of Suffering as Being Imprisoned in Life; Chapter 4. Suffering in the First Speech Cycle (Job 4:1-15:16): the Loss of Hope; 1. The Conceptualization of Suffering in Job 7:1-11; 1.1. Job 7:1-11 in the Context of Job 4-7; 1.2. Job 7:1-11: Text and Translation; 1.3. Metaphors in Job 7:1-11; 1.3.1. Service (7:1-3); 1.3.2. Day (7:4); 1.3.3. Fabric (7:6); 1.3.4. Wind (7:7); 1.3.5. Cloud (7:9)
1.4. The Conceptualization of Suffering as a Lack of Hope-Part I 2. The Conceptualization of Suffering in Job 10:18-22; 2.1. Job 10:18-22 in the Context of Job 8-10; 2.2. Job 10:18-22: Text and Translation; 2.3. Metaphors in Job 10:18-22; 2.3.1. Visibility (10:18); 2.3.2. Existence (10:19); 2.3.3. Light and Darkness (10:20-22); 2.3.4. Departure (10:21); 2.4. The Conceptualization of Suffering as a Lack of Hope-Part II; 3. The Conceptualization of Suffering in Job 14:4-12; 3.1. Job 14:4-12 in the Context of Job 11-15:16; 3.2. Job 14:4-12: Text and Translation

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