Biblical metaphor reconsidered : a cognitive approach to poetic prophecy in Jeremiah 1-24 / Job Y. Jindo.
- Other records:
- Winona Lake, Ind. : Eisenbrauns, 2010.
- Harvard Semitic monographs; 64.
Harvard Semitic Museum Publications E-Book Collection, ISBN: 9789004365230.
Harvard semitic monographs ; no. 64
Harvard Semitic Museum publications
1 online resource (xxi, 343 pages)
- Bible. Jeremiah, I-XXIV. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Jeremiah. -- Prophecies.
Metaphor in the Bible.
- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- How do we understand the characteristically extensive presence of imagery in biblical prophecy? Poetic metaphor in prophetic writings has commonly been understood solely as an artistic flourish intended to create certain rhetorical effects. It thus appears expendable and unrelated to the core content of the composition-however engaging it may be, aesthetically or otherwise. Job Jindo invites us to reconsider this convention. Applying recent studies in cognitive science, he explores how we can view metaphor as the very essence of poetic prophecy-namely, metaphor as an indispensable mode to communicate prophetic insight. Through a cognitive reading of Jeremiah 1-24, Jindo amply demonstrates the advantage and heuristic ramifications of this approach in biblical studies.
- Preliminary Material
Excursus 1. On Poetic Form and Poetic Quality
Theoretical Framework: Poetic Metaphor and Cognitive Approach
The Arrangement of the Book of Jeremiah
Excursus 2. Transitional Patterning in the Book of Jeremiah
A Global Metaphor in Jeremiah 1-24: The Destruction Model
Excursus 3. On a Figurative Term for Intercession: \'Assuming a Fatherly Attitude\'
Local Metaphors in Jeremiah 1-24: Plant Imagery
Excursus 4. On Two Metaphorical Concepts of Human Creation
Excursus 5. On דאש \'Poisonous Draft\' and לענה \'Wormwood\'
Summary and Conclusion
Index of Authors Cited
Index of Words
- "A thorough reworking" of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 2006--P. x.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-306) and indexes.
- Other format:
- Print version: Biblical Metaphor Reconsidered: A Cognitive Approach to Poetic Prophecy in Jeremiah 1-24
- Publisher Number:
- 10.1163/9789004368187 DOI
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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