By Jeffrey T. Reed
This large-scale paintings is the appliance of contemporary theories of discourse research to questions of Greek grammar, specifically with admire to the talk over the literary integrity of Philippians. bankruptcy 1 introduces the linguistic conception of discourse research, defining key words, sketching its ancient evolution and outlining its significant tenets. bankruptcy 2 units forth a version of discourse research based at the systemic useful theories of M.A.K. Halliday. bankruptcy three outlines the historical-critical debate over the literary integrity of Philippians. bankruptcy four inspects the style of Philippians, not easy rhetorical ways to the textual content and presenting as a substitute an epistolary type, viz. 'personal, hortatory letter'. bankruptcy five makes a speciality of the discourse constitution of the letter, investigating its use of ideational, interpersonal and textual features of Hellenistic Greek. In bankruptcy 6, suitable problems with biblical hermeneutics are addressed.
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103. 48. See Gumperz, Discourse Strategies. Cf. van Dijk, Text and Context, pp. 7-8, who defines this aspect of discourse analysis as 'world-knowledge interpretation'. Brown and Yule's Discourse Analysis is primarily a pragmatic investigation of discourse. 49. Brown and Yule, Discourse Analysis, p. 26; cf. Macdonell, Theories of Discourse, pp. 1-4, who takes a more socio-political perspective; Gumperz, Discourse Strategies, pp. 1-8, who provides a helpful history of sociolinguistics on pp. 9-37; Stubbs, who subtitles his introduction to Discourse Analysis with The Sociolinguistic Analysis of Natural Language', Halliday and Hasan, Language, Context, and Text, pp.
26. See Lyons, Theoretical Linguistics, pp. 189-91, on morphemes in inflectional languages. g. '). If these linguistic levels occur at all in New Testament discourse, they cannot be defined by appealing to such orthographical markings as full-stops, spaces, colons, indentation and so on as is done in written English. g. e. sense). g. e. 29 In English, sentences are often defined as a group of words beginning with a capitalised word and ending with a full-stop (or some other form of punctuation).
For example, in Phil. 21 Paul vacillates between his options, 'To live (TO £fjv) is Christ; to die (TO drcoSaveiv) is gain', with infinitives serving the role of subject. Rank-shifting occurs frequently in New Testament discourse, partly because of the important role that infinitives and participles play in the Greek language. A Discourse Analysis of Philippians 46 discourse is made up of lower levels (rank and scale). g. ). In this case, the word (and its morphemes) fills the role of all levels: sentence, paragraph and discourse.
A Discourse Analysis of Philippians: Method and Rhetoric in the Debate Over Literary Integrity by Jeffrey T. Reed