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This chapter presents the details of the contributors of the book Wisdom and Torah: The Reception of 'Torah' in the Wisdom Literature of the Second Temple Period. A proper assessment of the manifold relationships that obtain between "wisdom" and "Torah" in the post-exilic period has fascinated and vexed generations of interpreters. In view of the undeniable centrality of these concepts within the thought and literature of late Second Temple Judaism, the question of their relationship is increasingly one of determinative importance.

Keywords: post-exilic period; Second Temple Judaism; Torah; wisdom literature



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