Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek has 38 ratings and 4 reviews. Jared said: Another half-completed book. I look forward to coming back to it someday. It. The clue to the impact made by this volume of the Norwegian Thorleif Boman is the number of editions, — three German and two Japanese, which have. Thorleif Boman. Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek. Trans. Jules L. Moreau. New York: Norton, Thorleif Boman’s Hebrew Thought.
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HEBREW THOUGHT COMPARED WITH GREEK by Thorleif Boman | Kirkus Reviews
Open Preview See a Problem? This book was out of my league. Wesan did not even have a past participle.
Kevin rated it really liked it Jan 11, Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Trivia About Hebrew Thought Co Those are not physical descriptions, Boman tells us, but rather descriptions of actions and moral qualities.
Maddy Ullrich rated it it was amazing Jul 16, Greek descriptions are more specific and physical, perceived with all the senses. Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek. The hair suggests not so much physical beauty, but the actions and care given by a shepherdess. Cart Support Signed in as: Learn how your comment data is processed. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Many of Professor Boman’s ideas have preceded thprleif translation into current American theological circles, so there should be a ready welcome for the whole work.
I think it could easily be linked to modern work being done by Lakoff. Want to Read saving…. Space is more important than time. It is the opposite from the Hebrew perspective. Even the way Greeks viewed history—more analytically and less purposefully—is different.
Misty rated it it was amazing May 08, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Description had to do with motivation and action.
The Greeks and the Hebrews thought differently, used words differently, and had diverse views about relationships with each other and with God. A particularly interesting section of the book is devoted to a comparison between Hebrew and Greek conceptions of Time and Space.
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It’s a great link to what we would today call embodied cognition. By signing up you agree to W.
gresk Your email address will not be published. Refresh and try again. I look forward to coming back to it someday. A particularly interesting section of the book is devoted to a comparison between Hebrew and Greek conceptions of Time and Space.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Hebrew Thought Compared with Greek. This book is tnorleif yet featured on Listopia. Mike DeVries rated it really liked it Feb 24, The clue to the impact made by this volume of the Norwegian Thorleif Boman is the number of editions, — hebre German and two Japanese, which have preceded this translation into English by the Assistant Professor of New Testament and Languages at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Dr.
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The book is another in the valuable series known as The Library of History and Doctrine.