聖書神話とユダヤ教典の神話形成<br>Biblical Myth and Rabbinic Mythmaking

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聖書神話とユダヤ教典の神話形成
Biblical Myth and Rabbinic Mythmaking

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 474 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780198267331
  • DDC分類 296.1

基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2003. This is a comprehensive study of myth in the Hebrew Bible and myth and mythmaking in classical rabbinic literature (Midrash and Talmud) and in the classical work of medieval Jewish mysticism (the book of Zohar).

Full Description

This is a comprehensive and systematic exploration of myth in the Hebrew Bible. In addition, Michael Fishbane examines the ongoing role of Scripture in the expansion and transformation of myth in ancient Jewish sources (Midrash and Talmud) and in the classical work of medieval Jewish mysticism (the book of Zohar). The role of myth and monotheism is taken up, and the texts of myth are subjected to close analytical treatment, dealing with matters of form, theme, and
theology. In particular, the creative role of exegesis, and its capacity to generate new myths and to justify older or pre-existent ones, is explored. Aspects of continuity and discontinuity with biblical and ancient Near Eastern sources are examined, and the explosive innovations of myth in the
various literary phases are considered. In exploring three major phases of Jewish culture, Michael Fishbane offers a new appreciation for the reality of myth and its varieties. Many new conceptual and analytical categories are presented, as well as numerous close readings of the texts at hand.

Contents

1. INTRODUCTION ; 2. Combat Myths and Divine Actions ; 3. Personalization and Historicization of the Combat Motif ; 4. Conclusions and Other Considerations ; 5. INTRODUCTION ; 6. God and the Primordial Waters ; 7. Myths of Participation and Pathos ; 8. Myths of Divinity ; 9. Conclusions and Other Considerations ; 10. INTRODUCTION ; 11. The Primordial Serpent ; 12. Divine Sorrow and the Rupture of Exile ; 13. Conclusions ; 14. Final Conclusions