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The Study of the Peshitta in the Context of Translation Studies

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In the light of comparative, process, and contextual models for thinking about how translation is done and how it can be studied, Andrew Chesterman’s Causal Model is a comprehensive approach which integrates the strengths of other models while avoiding their weaknesses. From the perspective of this Causal Model, the author discusses current knowledge about the origins and socio-cultural effects of the Peshitta before describing the organization of this study of the Peshitta of Hosea.



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