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Muße-Diskurse

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ISBN: 9783161551581 9783161551970 Year: DOI: 10.1628/978-3-16-155197-0 Language: German
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 104839
Subject: Languages and Literatures
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The literary discourses of this volume on »Muße«, »dosug«, and »prazdnost'« (leisure) open up new perspectives on the development of Russian culture in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by means of lexical and semantic approaches, and by probing philosophical, production-aesthetic and socio-historical aspects. In four comprehensive essays emanating from the Slavic studies division of the joint project SFB 1015 »Muße« and its international co-operations, questions of how transferable the phenomenon of »Muße« is to Russian literature and culture are investigated. Discursive processes of the assessment and re-evaluation of work, laziness and leisure can act as indicators for gauging societal processes as much as the condoning or discrediting of »Muße«. Besides the history of mentalities, aesthetic developments and, in particular, the emergence of new literary genres are also included.

Der Kolosserhymnus

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ISBN: 9783161474217 9783161571749 Year: DOI: 10.1628/978-3-16-157174-9 Language: German
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 104817
Subject: Religion
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Christian Stettler attempts a new way of interpreting the hymns in Col 1:15–20. Starting from its Judeo-Christian backdrop he analyses the form of the text against the background of the Psalm literature found in the Old Testament and early Jewish writings and interprets the text against the background of Old Testament and early Jewish traditions. Christian Stettler shows the development of the whole complexes of traditions which are responsible for the Colossian hymn. It becomes evident that Col 1:15–20 – an implicit christological midrash – is a concise and organic entity which can be interpreted without assuming additions to an original text. In early Jewish Wisdom theology most of the traditions which stand behind the hymn are already connected, but only the life, death and resurrection of Jesus made the formulation of the present hymn possible.

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Theology & Religion --- Old --- Testament --- Psalm --- Literature --- Colossian --- Hymn --- 1:15-2

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