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By Perry, Theodore Anthony

This is often the 1st full-length research of Ecclesiastes utilizing equipment of philosophical exegesis, particularly these of the trendy French philosophers Levinas and Blanchot. T. A. Perry opens up new horizons within the philosophical knowing of the Hebrew Bible, supplying a chain of meditations on its common non secular outlook. Perry breaks down Ecclesiastes's motto "all is vainness" and returns "vanity" to its unique concrete that means of "breath," the breath of existence. This relevant and forgotten instructing of Ecclesiastes ends up in new parts of breath study comparable either to environmentalism and breath keep watch over

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Part II advances to the hebel in the social and especially the natural world out there, both beyond individual control. Its main characteristics are unpredictability Roland E. Murphy, Ecclesiastes, Word Biblical Commentary 23A (Dallas: Word Books, 1992), 125.  3–4, on the necessity – not the problem – of Qohelet’s contradictions.  x-xii. 21 In an exegetical tradition traceable back to Origen, medieval commentators viewed Solomon’s three books as guides to the three spiritual states: The Book of Proverbs taught humans how to live virtuously, Qohelet taught how to despise the world as transient, and Canticles focused on the love of God (see summary in Beryl Smalley, cited in Krüger, Qoheleth, A Commentary, 34).

Both the presenter (1:1) and Qohelet (1:12) use the term as a proper noun. b) his principal social attribute: king. Just as the ‘ish Moses is humble above all other humans, so too Qohelet is a supreme something (1:16). ” For the more general focus is not on what he amasses but rather the fact that he does collect. c) the quality through which he, the king, has “grown great”: he is the Qohelet/Collector. The opening proper noun is now doubled by its literal meaning, as Mr. 9 There is widespread agreement that the reference is to some form of collecting, and various possibilities have 9 Possible also 7:27; see below, p.

But to the sinner He gives the task of harvesting André Barucq, Ecclésiaste (Paris: Beauchesne, 1968), 10. Fox, A Time to Tear Down, 191. 19 See Graham Ogden, Qoheleth (Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1987), 47–48. 20 I insert “therefore” to stress these verses as a conclusion and their continuity with what precedes. 17 18 “I Qohelet Was King” 23 and amassing, to give it over to one who is good in God’s sight. 21 (2:24–26) Each of these verses has unsuspected treasures. ” Even providing for one’s basic physical needs is contextualized, however, by the preceding verse, which also talks about the labor of earning a living (here: food and drink).

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