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Art oratoire et argumentation dans le Livre de job

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This chapter discusses the rhetorical aspects of the Book of Job from the Old Testament. It focuses on the discourse of the dialogue between the main characters and its impact on their argumentation. This chapter further emphasizes primarily on Job's theses and their irreproachable, comprehensive grounding in arguments of moral, juridical, and religious nature. Job proves, amid these indisputably confrontational circumstances, that using a true thesis, one can go even against God.

Keywords: Livre de Job; Old Testament



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