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Semantic Analysis Of Terms Of Cognition And Perception In Job 12–14

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In this chapter, the author proposes to study the key terms related to the two main topics identified in the first part, viz. knowledge and speaking. The topic(s) of the second part, viz. Job's and man's fate, are obviously not less important, but are less distinctive for the meaning of the present speech, and show less topical development throughout the whole dialogue. These topics would benefit more from a broad study of the way in which Job conceptualizes his fate in his different speeches. Here also a cognitive-semantic approach could prove to be very fruitful. The chapter highlights that the different terms will be put into relation with each other, and the argumentative development of the chapters, and of the dialogues and the book, will be exposed. Since the term חכמה plays a crucial role in chapters 12-14, this term will receive a more elaborate semantic analysis.

Keywords: cognitive-semantic approach; Job; knowledge; speaking

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