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Antidisciplinaridade e exegese

Palavras-chave: Interdisciplinaridade, Antidisciplinaridade, Exegese Bíblica, Cultura material, cultura textual

Resumo

O artigo problematiza o uso de diferentes disciplinas na intepretação do chamado “mundo bíblico”. Argumentando que um primeiro passo para a interpretação bíblica crítica é a decisão de um quatro teórico nos quais fontes e disciplinas relacionadas funcionem, ele apresenta diferentes quadros metodológicos para a justaposição, interseção, transcendência ou negação de disciplinas em prol da interpretação bíblica. Finalmente, propõe-se uma taxonomia de fontes históricas para propor provisoriamente um quadro antidisciplinary para fomentar a inovação no focalizar o objeto de pesquisa.

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Biografia do Autor

Silas Klein Cardoso, Universität Bern (UB), Bern, Swizerland

Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (UMESP) in São Bernardo do Campo, SP, Brazil; postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Old Testament Studies of University of Bern (UBE), Switzerland.

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2020-12-23
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