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The reshaped mind : Searle, the biblical writers, and Christ's blood

著者: Lace Marie Williams-Tinajero
出版: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.
シリーズ: Biblical interpretation series, v. 104.
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A number of biblical scholars and theologians have had interest in speech act theory ever since J.L. Austin (1911-1960) outlined how a speaker can perform actions with words. John R. Searle has made a significant contribution to speech act theory after Austin by rooting his philosophy of language in the philosophy of mind; however, Searle's categories remain largely under or misrepresented in theological circles. In  続きを読む
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関連の人物: John R Searle; John Rogers Searle
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Lace Marie Williams-Tinajero
ISBN: 9789004188402 9004188401
OCLC No.: 664115027
形態 xxv, 234 p. ; 25 cm.
コンテンツ: List of Tables; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter One. Understanding Searle's Philosophies of Language and Mind; Introduction; Wittgenstein and Austin; Wittgenstein'sTheory of Language; Austin'sTheory of Language; Performative Statements; The Performative-Constative Dichotomy; Illocutionary Acts and Illocutionary Force; Austin'sTheory about Direction of Fit; Searle's Philosophies of Language andMind; Searle and the Philosophy of Language; A Taxonomy of Illocutionary Acts; Indirect Speech Acts and Metaphorical; Assertions; Performatives; Types of Speech Acts; Searle and the Philosophy of Mind; The Structure of Intentionality; Intentionality-with-a-t and Intensionality-with-an-s; Other ContributionsMade to Speech ActTheory; Grice; Bach and Harnish; Recanati; Motsch; Hornsby; Vanderveken; Moulin and Rousseau; Summary; Chapter Two. Speech ActTheory, Scripture, and Theology; Introduction; Emerging Interest in Austin's Philosophy of Language; Michalson and Types of Statements; Evans and Self-Involvement; Funk and Language-Event; High, Robinson, Martinich, and McClendon and Smith; Thiselton and Philosophical Categories; Biblical Scholars andTheologians: Current Trends in Employing Speech ActTheory; Combining Several Speech Act Theories: Young and Botha; Young; Botha; God Speaking:Wolterstorff and Vanhoozer; Wolterstorff; Vanhoozer; A Hermeneutic of Self-Involvement: Neufeld, Thiselton, Briggs, and Adams; Neufeld; Thiselton; Briggs; Adams; Summary; ChapterThree. Single-Level Speech Acts:The Effects of Christ's Blood in Rom and Heb Introduction; Paul and Rom; Paul theWriter; Paul's Illocutionary Act and Intentional States; Paul's Assertive Act; Paul's Belief andHope; Paul's Intentional Action; Paul's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; Paul'sMetaphorical Assertion; contents ix; Paul's Network; Paul's Background; Paul's Assessors at Rome; The Author of Hebrews and Heb; TheWriter of Hebrews; The Author's Illocutionary Act and Intentional States; The Author's Assertive Act; The Author's Belief andHope; The Author's Intentional Action; The Author's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; The Author'sMetaphorical Assertion; The Author's Network and Background; The Hebrews as Assessors; Summary; Chapter Four. Multi-Level Speech Acts:The Effects of Christ's; Blood in John; Introduction; John, the Judeans, and Jesus in John; John's Illocutionary Acts and Intentional States in; John; John's Assertives; John's Belief andHope; John's Intentional Action; John's Network and Background; The Judeans' Illocutionary Act and Intentional (with; t) States and John's Report and Intensional (with s); States in John; The Judeans' Question and John's Report; The Judeans' Intentional (with t) States of; Desire and Disbelief and John's Intensional; (with s) State of Belief; The Judeans' Intentional Action; The Judeans' Network and Background; Jesus' Illocutionary Acts and Intentional (with t); States and John's Report and Intensional (with s); States in John; Jesus' Direct Assertives and John's Report; Jesus' Intentional (with t) States of Belief and; Hope and John's Intensional (with s) State of; Belief Jesus' Indirect Directives and Intentional; State of Desire; Jesus' Indirect Commissives and Intentional; State of Intention; Jesus' Intentional Action; Jesus' Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; The Judeans as Jesus' Assessors; John and Rev John and the Elder in Rev; John and Rev; John as God's Slave, Prophet, and Seer; John's Assertive and Expressive Acts; John's Belief andHope; John's Intentional Action; John's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; John's Assessors, the Seven Churches in Asia; Minor; John and the Elder in Rev; John's Illocutionary Acts and Intentional; The Elder's Illocutionary Acts and; Intentional (with t) States and John's Reports; and Intensional (with s) States in Rev; Summary; Chapter Five. Searle's Philosophies and the Motif of Christ's Blood: Some Proposals; General Observations; Summary and Synthesis:The Five Selected Texts on Christ's; Blood; Summary and Synthesis: Christ's Philosophies of Language andMind; Searle and the Philosophy of Language; A Taxonomy of Illocutionary Acts; Indirect Speech Acts and Metaphorical; Assertions; Performatives; Types of Speech Acts; Searle and the Philosophy of Mind; The Structure of Intentionality; Intentionality-with-a-t and Intensionality-with-an-s; Other ContributionsMade to Speech ActTheory; Grice; Bach and Harnish; Recanati; Motsch; Hornsby; Vanderveken; Moulin and Rousseau; Summary; Chapter Two. Speech ActTheory, Scripture, and Theology; Introduction; Emerging Interest in Austin's Philosophy of Language; Michalson and Types of Statements; Evans and Self-Involvement; Funk and Language-Event; High, Robinson, Martinich, and McClendon and Smith; Thiselton and Philosophical Categories; Biblical Scholars andTheologians: Current Trends in Employing Speech ActTheory; Combining Several Speech Act Theories: Young and Botha; Young; Botha; God Speaking:Wolterstorff and Vanhoozer; Wolterstorff; Vanhoozer; A Hermeneutic of Self-Involvement: Neufeld, Thiselton, Briggs, and Adams; Neufeld; Thiselton; Briggs; Adams; Summary; ChapterThree. Single-Level Speech Acts:The Effects of Christ's Blood in Rom and Heb Introduction; Paul and Rom; Paul theWriter; Paul's Illocutionary Act and Intentional States; Paul's Assertive Act; Paul's Belief andHope; Paul's Intentional Action; Paul's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; Paul'sMetaphorical Assertion; contents ix; Paul's Network; Paul's Background; Paul's Assessors at Rome; The Author of Hebrews and Heb; TheWriter of Hebrews; The Author's Illocutionary Act and Intentional States; The Author's Assertive Act; The Author's Belief andHope; The Author's Intentional Action; The Author's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; The Author'sMetaphorical Assertion; The Author's Network and Background; The Hebrews as Assessors; Summary; Chapter Four. Multi-Level Speech Acts:The Effects of Christ's; Blood in John; Introduction; John, the Judeans, and Jesus in John; John's Illocutionary Acts and Intentional States in; John; John's Assertives; John's Belief andHope; John's Intentional Action; John's Network and Background; The Judeans' Illocutionary Act and Intentional (with; t) States and John's Report and Intensional (with s); States in John; The Judeans' Question and John's Report; The Judeans' Intentional (with t) States of; Desire and Disbelief and John's Intensional; (with s) State of Belief; The Judeans' Intentional Action; The Judeans' Network and Background; Jesus' Illocutionary Acts and Intentional (with t); States and John's Report and Intensional (with s); States in John; Jesus' Direct Assertives and John's Report; Jesus' Intentional (with t) States of Belief and; Hope and John's Intensional (with s) State of; Belief Jesus' Indirect Directives and Intentional; State of Desire; Jesus' Indirect Commissives and Intentional; State of Intention; Jesus' Intentional Action; Jesus' Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; The Judeans as Jesus' Assessors; John and Rev John and the Elder in Rev; John and Rev; John as God's Slave, Prophet, and Seer; John's Assertive and Expressive Acts; John's Belief andHope; John's Intentional Action; John's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; John's Assessors, the Seven Churches in Asia; Minor; John and the Elder in Rev; John's Illocutionary Acts and Intentional; The Elder's Illocutionary Acts and; Intentional (with t) States and John's Reports; and Intensional (with s) States in Rev; Summary; Chapter Five. Searle's Philosophies and the Motif of Christ's Blood: Some Proposals; General Observations; Summary and Synthesis:The Five Selected Texts on Christ's; Blood; Summary and Synthesis: Christ's Philosophies of Language andMind; Searle and the Philosophy of Language; A Taxonomy of Illocutionary Acts; Indirect Speech Acts and Metaphorical; Assertions; Performatives; Types of Speech Acts; Searle and the Philosophy of Mind; The Structure of Intentionality; Intentionality-with-a-t and Intensionality-with-an-s; Other ContributionsMade to Speech ActTheory; Grice; Bach and Harnish; Recanati; Motsch; Hornsby; Vanderveken; Moulin and Rousseau; Summary; Chapter Two. Speech ActTheory, Scripture, and Theology; Introduction; Emerging Interest in Austin's Philosophy of Language; Michalson and Types of Statements; Evans and Self-Involvement; Funk and Language-Event; High, Robinson, Martinich, and McClendon and Smith; Thiselton and Philosophical Categories; Biblical Scholars andTheologians: Current Trends in Employing Speech ActTheory; Combining Several Speech Act Theories: Young and Botha; Young; Botha; God Speaking:Wolterstorff and Vanhoozer; Wolterstorff; Vanhoozer; A Hermeneutic of Self-Involvement: Neufeld, Thiselton, Briggs, and Adams; Neufeld; Thiselton; Briggs; Adams; Summary; ChapterThree. Single-Level Speech Acts:The Effects of Christ's Blood in Rom and Heb Introduction; Paul and Rom; Paul theWriter; Paul's Illocutionary Act and Intentional States; Paul's Assertive Act; Paul's Belief andHope; Paul's Intentional Action; Paul's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; Paul'sMetaphorical Assertion; contents ix; Paul's Network; Paul's Background; Paul's Assessors at Rome; The Author of Hebrews and Heb; TheWriter of Hebrews; The Author's Illocutionary Act and Intentional States; The Author's Assertive Act; The Author's Belief andHope; The Author's Intentional Action; The Author's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; The Author'sMetaphorical Assertion; The Author's Network and Background; The Hebrews as Assessors; Summary; Chapter Four. Multi-Level Speech Acts:The Effects of Christ's; Blood in John; Introduction; John, the Judeans, and Jesus in John; John's Illocutionary Acts and Intentional States in; John; John's Assertives; John's Belief andHope; John's Intentional Action; John's Network and Background; The Judeans' Illocutionary Act and Intentional (with; t) States and John's Report and Intensional (with s); States in John; The Judeans' Question and John's Report; The Judeans' Intentional (with t) States of; Desire and Disbelief and John's Intensional; (with s) State of Belief; The Judeans' Intentional Action; The Judeans' Network and Background; Jesus' Illocutionary Acts and Intentional (with t); States and John's Report and Intensional (with s); States in John; Jesus' Direct Assertives and John's Report; Jesus' Intentional (with t) States of Belief and; Hope and John's Intensional (with s) State of; Belief Jesus' Indirect Directives and Intentional; State of Desire; Jesus' Indirect Commissives and Intentional; State of Intention; Jesus' Intentional Action; Jesus' Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; The Judeans as Jesus' Assessors; John and Rev John and the Elder in Rev; John and Rev; John as God's Slave, Prophet, and Seer; John's Assertive and Expressive Acts; John's Belief andHope; John's Intentional Action; John's Metaphorical Assertion, Network, and; Background; John's Assessors, the Seven Churches in Asia; Minor; John and the Elder in Rev; John's Illocutionary Acts and Intentional; The Elder's Illocutionary Acts and; Intentional (with t) States and John's Reports; and Intensional (with s) States in Rev; Summary; Chapter Five. Searle's Philosophies and the Motif of Christ's Blood: Some Proposals; General Observations; Summary and Synthesis:The Five Selected Texts on Christ's; Blood; Summary and Synthesis: Christ's Blood in the NT and NT; Theology; Appendix: References to Christ's Blood in the New Testament; (NRSV); Benefits of Christ's Blood; Blood andWater of Jesus Christ; Jesus Sharing in Flesh and Blood; Miscellaneous References; Indirect or Ambiguous References; Appendix ?? : General References to Blood in the New Testament; (NRSV); Mortal Flesh and Blood; Blood andHealth-Related Concerns; Abstaining fromBlood; Blood, Animal Sacrifice, and Covenant; Blood, Killing, and Judgment; Miscellaneous References; Bibliography; Index of Authors and Subjects; Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Texts
シリーズタイトル: Biblical interpretation series, v. 104.
責任者: by Lace Marie Williams-Tinajero.

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Employing John R. Searle's categories of language and mind, this book analyzes five NT texts from a speech act perspective, what certain NT writers and characters asserted and believed concerning  続きを読む

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