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Grammatical and exegetical study of New Testament verbs of transference [electronic resource] : a case frame guide to interpretation and translation / Paul Danove.

By: Danove, Paul L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Library of New Testament studiesStudies in New Testament Greek: 13.; Library of New Testament studies: 329.; T & T Clark library of biblical studies: Publisher: London ; New York, NY : T & T Clark, c2009Description: 1 online resource (xi, 243 p.).ISBN: 9780567377548 (electronic bk.); 0567377547 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Bible. New Testament -- Language, style | Greek language, Biblical -- Verb | Language -- Linguistics | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY -- Greek (Modern) | Neues Testament | �Ubertragung | Bewegung | Wortfeld | Grammatische Relation | SemantikGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Grammatical and exegetical study of New Testament verbs of transference.DDC classification: 487.4 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
PREFACE; ABBREVIATIONS; Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO CASE FRAME ANALYSIS AND DESCRIPTION; Chapter 2 USAGE, EVENT, AND SEMANTIC FEATURES; Chapter 3 TRANSFERENCE: ACTIVE USAGES; Chapter 4 TRANSFERENCE: MIDDLE USAGES; Chapter 5 TRANSFERENCE/MOTION: PASSIVE USAGES; Chapter 6 MOTION AND RELATIVE MOTION: ACTIVE USAGES; Chapter 7 EFFECT AND ITS DERIVATIVE EVENTS: ALL USAGES; Chapter 8 COMPOSITE EVENTS: ALL USAGES; Chapter 9 IMPLICATIONS, APPLICATIONS, AND CONCLUSION; Chapter 10 CASE FRAME LEXICON AND PARSING GUIDE; APPENDICES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX OF REFERENCES; INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
Summary: This study continues the adaptation of the method of Case Frame analysis for the investigation of the Greek text of the New Testament. Case Frame analysis distinguishes the words of a language into two categories, predicators [words that require completion by other words for their correct grammatical use] and non-predicators [words that do not require such completion], and provides rigorous procedures for describing the syntactic, semantic, and lexical requirements that predicators impose on the words that complete their meaning. The inclusion of semantic function and feature descriptions in C.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [213]-216) and indexes.

PREFACE; ABBREVIATIONS; Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO CASE FRAME ANALYSIS AND DESCRIPTION; Chapter 2 USAGE, EVENT, AND SEMANTIC FEATURES; Chapter 3 TRANSFERENCE: ACTIVE USAGES; Chapter 4 TRANSFERENCE: MIDDLE USAGES; Chapter 5 TRANSFERENCE/MOTION: PASSIVE USAGES; Chapter 6 MOTION AND RELATIVE MOTION: ACTIVE USAGES; Chapter 7 EFFECT AND ITS DERIVATIVE EVENTS: ALL USAGES; Chapter 8 COMPOSITE EVENTS: ALL USAGES; Chapter 9 IMPLICATIONS, APPLICATIONS, AND CONCLUSION; Chapter 10 CASE FRAME LEXICON AND PARSING GUIDE; APPENDICES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX OF REFERENCES; INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

This study continues the adaptation of the method of Case Frame analysis for the investigation of the Greek text of the New Testament. Case Frame analysis distinguishes the words of a language into two categories, predicators [words that require completion by other words for their correct grammatical use] and non-predicators [words that do not require such completion], and provides rigorous procedures for describing the syntactic, semantic, and lexical requirements that predicators impose on the words that complete their meaning. The inclusion of semantic function and feature descriptions in C.

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