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This front matter section of this book From Linguistics to Hermeneutics: A Functional and Cognitive Approach to Job 12-14 contains the table of contents, preface, and a list of grammatical abbreviations. The book applies the insights of two recent methods of linguistic description, viz. functional grammar and cognitive semantics, to the study of Biblical Hebrew, with a specific focus on three chapters in the book of Job, viz. Job 1214, and provides a deepened understanding of the meaning of Job 1214, with the help of the methods.

Keywords: Biblical Hebrew; cognitive semantics; functional grammar; Job 12-14



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