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Title Biblical exegesis without authorial intention? : interdisciplinary approaches to authorship and meaning / edited by Clarissa Breu
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2019]

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 241 pages)
Series Biblical interpretation series ; volume 172
Biblical interpretation series ; v. 172.
Contents Intro; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction Authors Dead and Resurrected; Chapter 1 Exegesis without Authorial Intention? On the Role of the "Author Construct" in Text Interpretation; Chapter 2 Author -- Text -- Intention: A Case Study on the Letter of James; Chapter 3 "And God Was the Text": An Essay on intentio operis and the Bible as the Word of God; Chapter 4 Authorship and/as Intertext -- Julia Kristeva and Paul de Man; Chapter 5 Between Intention and Reception: Textual Meaning-Making in Intersubjective Perspective
Chapter 6 Born-Again Bibles: Biblical Studies after the "Death of the Author"; Chapter 7 A Bible That Expresses Everything While Communicating Nothing: Deleuze and Guattari's Cure for Interpretosis; Chapter 8 #John: Author-Names in Revelation and Other New Testament Texts; Chapter 9 Dying and Rising with the Author: Specters of Paul and the Material Text; Chapter 10 The Good That I Mean I Do Not Say: Meaning, Intention, Psychology and Romans 7; Chapter 11 Choreographing the Unchoreographable: Repetition and Disappearance in the Gospelof Mark; Index of Ancient Sources; Index of Modern Authors
Summary In Biblical Exegesis without Authorial Intention? Interdisciplinary Approaches to Authorship and Meaning, Clarissa Breu offers interdisciplinary contributions to the question of the author in biblical interpretation with a focus on "death of the author" theory. The wide range of approaches represented in the volume comprises mostly postmodern theory (e. g. Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Paul de Man, Julia Kristeva and Gilles Deleuze), but also the implied author and intentio operis. Furthermore, psychology, choreography, reader-response theories and anthropological studies are reflected. Inasmuch as the contributions demonstrate that biblical studies could utilize significantly more differentiated views on the author than are predominantly presumed within the discipline, it is an invitation to question the importance and place attributed to the author
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 22, 2020)
SUBJECT Bible -- Authorship. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85013584
Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85013617
Bible fast
Subject Postmodernism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Authorship
Postmodernism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Breu, Clarissa, editor
LC no. 2019006416
ISBN 9789004379558
900437955X