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III. Zur Erklärung der Pentateuch-Parallelen

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Chapter Summary

This chapter discusses a procedure that can be methodically explained with the aid of controlled similarities between texts in the Old Testament. It presents an overview on the concepts of intertextuality and question respects of historical exegesis. The discussion of the issues dominate, at least in terms of their perception in a wider academic public, the idea of post-structuralism and deconstruction committed varieties. The concepts of intertextuality generalize the text theoretical presuppositions. The production aesthetic-questions about the non-reception-related relationships between texts are ultimately non-negotiable for a biblical exegesis. The chapter discusses the categorization and explanation of similarities between texts in the Old Testament through a regulated process analysis. The most important criterion for a text-text relationship on the Old Testament represents the consensus of individual words. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: biblical exegesis; historical exegesis; intertextuality; Old Testament; text-text relationship



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