JACO GERICKE PDF
View the profiles of professionals named Jaco Gericke on LinkedIn. There are 5 professionals named Jaco Gericke, who use LinkedIn to exchange information. View Jaco Gericke’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Jaco has 1 job listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn. Jaco Gericke is associate research Professor in the Department of Theology and Philosophy in the Faculty of Humanities at the North-West University’s Vaal.
|Published (Last):||26 May 2007|
|PDF File Size:||2.24 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||17.15 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Log In Sign Up. An Analytic and Comparative-Philosophical Perspective more.
In this article, the author aims to contribute to the ongoing discussion by suggesting that Biblical Hebrew as religious language already presupposes an intricate variety of transposed second-order thinking. A comprehensive philosophical approach to Qohelet’s epistemology more. In this book Jaco Gericke is concerned with different ways of approaching the question of what, according to the Hebrew Bible, a god was assumed to be.
Partly in response to this, research in Semitic languages during that time began to include comparative-linguistic arguments hoping to demonstrate radical structural incommensurability between Hebrew and Greek ways of thinking. A philosophical-critical reconstruction of the case against realism in Old Testament Theology more. Whatness and Wittgensteinian Family Resemblances among the God Are you an author? This book will feature a collection of published and reworked essays on Qohelet in religion to metaphysics, axiology, epistemology, meta-ethics, comparative philosophy of religion, the history of philosophical exegesis of the book, the As a supplement to the tradition of predominantly linguistic, historical, literary, comparative, social-scientific and related ways of looking at the research problem, Gericke offers a variety of experimental philosophical perspectives that aim to take a step back from the scholarly discussion as it has unfolded hitherto in order to provide a new type of worry when looking at the riddle of what the biblical texts assumed made a god divine.
The latter part involves a brief meta-philosophical classification, commentary and critique of assumptions supervening on associated intra-and cross-disciplinary contexts.
Jaco Gericke – Google Scholar Citations
In response to this gap in the research, this paper seeks to reconstruct the folk-metaphysics, epistemology and ethics implicit in the Hebrew poetry of Proverbs 8 so gerickr to elucidate what the sages might have meant by and how they understood the love of wisdom.
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. In Hebrew Bible scholarship, a variety of philosophical issues surrounding fiction have received sustained and in-depth attention. New articles related to this author’s research.
Verified email at nwu. However, in contrast to tense relations elsewhere in generic philosophy, the interdisciplinary intersection of biblical scholarship, philosophy of religion and Jewish philosophy appears to display a general acceptance of methodological diversity.
This article takes a closer look at how the so-called Analytic-Continental divide within meta-philosophy has manifested itself within various forms of ” philosophical criticism ” of the HB. My goal is simply the identification, reconstruction, and clarification of textual assumptions regarding the nature of religion, religious language, religious epistemology, deity, religion and morality and religious pluralism.
Philosophical criticism as a form of biblical criticism. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: After providing a typology of related research, the It is concluded that what Moses’ life might have meant cannot be reduced either to a singular purpose or a unified teleology. On the one hand, following in the tradition of theologies of the Old Testament it hopes to offer a larger perspective on themes related to Yahweh as represented in the biblical texts.
Following 19th-century distinctions between Hellenism and Hebraism, many popular 20th-century histories of Western philosophy assigned the intellectual world of the Hebrew Bible to a twilight zone between late mythological and early Remember me on this computer. The “dual causality principle” in Old Testament research – a philosophical perspective more. The book of Ecclesiastes here ‘Qohelet’like many other books of the Hebrew Bible, is often discussed with reference to its supposed ‘ethics’.
In this article, a clarification of the research problem is followed by an introductory overview of what is currently available on this topic as is attested in the context of various interpretative methodologies and their associated metalanguages. What is a God? Philosophy and love are etymologically related. Realism and non-realism in Old Testament theology: Within biblical scholarship, such research is often characterized by a metalanguage filled In addition, a unified theory is put forward with reference to the problem of part-whole relations as can be reconstructed from the perspective of more monistic conceptions of spirit in the associated history and philosophy of religion.
And still a good resource. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. What’s it like to be a god?
However since though still non-religiousmy philosophical work on the Hebrew Bible has changed from being evaluative to being more descriptive.
Foreword Acknowledgements Abbreviations 1. Towards a philosophical theology of the Old Testament more. Low to High Price: Axiological assumptions in Qohelet: