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a| BS2615.53 b| .E543 2017
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a| Engberg-Pedersen, Troels, e| author. 0| http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n84051087
a| John and philosophy : b| a new reading of the fourth gospel / c| Troels Engberg-Pedersen.
a| First edition.
a| Oxford : b| Oxford University Press, c| 2017.
a| ix, 417 pages ; c| 25 cm
a| text b| txt 2| rdacontent
a| unmediated b| n 2| rdamedia
a| volume b| nc 2| rdacarrier
a| Includes bibliographical references (pages 369-393) and indexes.
g| I t| A Return to the Text g| 1 -- g| II t| The Unity of logos and Pneuma in John 1 g| 36 -- g| III t| Logos and Pneuma in the Body of the Gospel g| 74 -- g| IV t| The Philosophical Search in John 2-4 g| 113 -- g| V t| The Son Equals the Father and His Pneumatic Body Gives Life (John 5-6) g| 141 -- g| VI t| Two Types of Belief and the Role of Pneuma in John's Epistemology of Faith (John 7-8) g| 177 -- g| VII t| Who Can See What Jesus' Acts Signify (John 9-10)? g| 203 -- g| VII t| From Believing in Jesus to Possessing His Logos (John 11-12) g| 224 -- g| IX t| The Farewell Discourse as Paraklesis (John 13-17) g| 255 -- g| X t| The Execution of the Plan (John 18-20) g| 285 -- g| XI t| The Gospel as a Whole-Mark, Paul, and the Jews g| 310 -- g| XII t| The Gospel as a Whole-Imagery and Eschatology g| 345.
a| John and Philosophy. A New Reading of the Fourth Gospel' offers a Stoic reading of the Fourth Gospel, especially its cosmology, epistemology, and ethics. It works through the gospel in narrative sequence providing a 'philosophical narrative reading'. In each section of the gospel Troels Engberg-Pedersen raises discusses philosophical questions. He compares John with Paul (in philosophy) and Mark (in narrative) to offer a new reading of the transmitted text of the Fourth Gospel. Of these two profiles, the narrative one is strongly influenced by the literary critical paradigm. Moreover, by attending carefully to a number of narratological features, one may come to see that the transmitted text in fact hangs together much more coherently than scholarship has been willing to see. The other profile is specifically philosophical. Scholarship has been well aware that the Fourth Gospel has what one might call a philosophical dimension. Engberg-Pedersen shows that throughout the Gospel contemporary Stoicism, works better to illuminate the text. This pertains to the basic cosmology (and cosmogony) that is reflected in the text, to the epistemology that underlies a central theme in it regarding different types of belief in Jesus, to the ethics that is introduced fairly late in the text when Jesus describes how the disciples should live once he has himself gone away from them, and more.
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