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Les manuscrits de la mer Morte et l’épître aux Galates : quelques cas d’interdiscursivité

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Among the texts of the New Testament, Galatians holds a special place who received a new light with the publication of the Qumran texts. The Epistle to the Galatians provides a speech controversy. Paul responds to an opposing discourse whose reconstruction remains questionable. However, the Dead Sea Scrolls offer researchers to provide the opportunity to confront Paul's speech to other potentially representative speech of a number of Jewish discourses circulating at the turn of the era. This chapter shows that the letters of Paul, especially Galatians, provide a genetic relationship according to the terminology developed by Mikhail Bakhtin. This concept takes into consideration that all discourse is built on the basis of other speeches that precede it. The chapter highlights two elements: the semantic issues pS roots and strains of the hymn with columns III and IV of the rule. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Dead Sea Scrolls; Epistle to the Galatians; Jewish discourses; New Testament; Paul.



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