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

著者: Lace Marie Williams-Tinajero
出版商: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.
丛书: 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  再读一些...
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提及的人: John R Searle; John Rogers Searle
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所有的著者/提供者: Lace Marie Williams-Tinajero
ISBN: 9789004188402 9004188401
OCLC号码: 664115027
描述: xxv, 234 p. ; 25 cm.
内容: 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
丛书名: Biblical interpretation series, v. 104.
责任: 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  再读一些...

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