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Cognitive perspectives on Israelite identity

Dermot Nestor

Cognitive perspectives on Israelite identity

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Published by T & T Clark International in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnicity in the Bible,
  • Group identity,
  • Ethnoarchaeology,
  • Jews -- Identity,
  • Identity (Philosophical concept)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Dermot Nestor.
    SeriesThe library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies -- #519
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1199.E84 N47 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23687913M
    ISBN 100567012972
    ISBN 109780567012975
    LC Control Number2009033455

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Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity breaks new ground in the study of ethnic identity in the ancient world through the articulation of an explicitly cognitive perspective. In presenting a view of ethnicity as an epistemological rather than an ontological entity, this work seeks to correct the pronounced tendency towards ‘analytical groupism' in the academic literature.

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Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity Nestor, Dermot Anthony New York: T&T Clark, pp. xii + $ Series Information Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies, Description: This title presents a vision of Israel as an epistemological rather than an ontological entity; a perspective on the world rather than an entity.

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It is the recognition of the Cognitive perspectives on Israelite identity book and reifying potential of these categories of ethno-political practice that. "Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity" breaks new ground in the study Cognitive perspectives on Israelite identity book ethnic identity in the ancient world through the articulation of an explicitly cognitive perspective.

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Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity breaks new ground in the study of ethnic identity in the ancient world through the articulation of an explicitly cognitive perspective.

In presenting a view of ethnicity as an epistemological rather than an ontological entity, this work seeks to correct the pronounced tendency towards 'analytical groupism' in the academic literature.

Cognitive perspectives on Israelite identity book Challenging. From the introduction: "When we speak of ethnicity, we bring into view a particular kind of sentiment about group identity wherein groups of individuals view themselves as being alike by virtue of their common ancestry.

It is something of a truism to point out that ethnicity has played an important role in the history of Judaism, both in the postbiblical era and prior to reason for. The Making of Israel: Cultural Diversity in the Southern Levant and the Formation of Ethnic Identity in Deuteronomy.

Supplements to Vetus Testamentum Leiden: Brill, Jones. The Archaeology of Ethnicity: Constructing Identities in the Past and Present. London: Routledge, D.A. Nestor. Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity.

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The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Author: Yair Davidiy. Genesis Genesis contains two significant prophecies about the name of the Israelite peoples.

In the first, GenesisGod tells Abraham to send Ishmael and his mother away, "for in Isaac your seed shall be called." Paul repeats this twice in the New Testament (Romans ; Hebrews ).On the surface this seems to mean that God would consider Isaac's progeny to be the true sons of.

Nestor, Dermot Anthony, Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity, Continuum International Publishing Group, ; Rainey, Anson (). "Shasu or Habiru. Who Were the Early Israelites?" Biblical Archaeology Review (Nov/Dec). Redford, Donald B. Egypt, Canaan and Israel In Ancient Times.

Princeton: Princeton University Press. The introduction contains several brief sections that recount key scholarly insights and reconstructions of the origin and development of the Levites: sociology (tribe or caste), relationship to the Israelite monarchy, the Exodus tradition and Yahwism, the Levitical genealogies, social science and cultural memory studies, and the complexity of.

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Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies London: T&T Clark, C. Reeder. The Enemy in the Household: Family Violence in Deuteronomy and Beyond. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker, L. Stuhlman. ‘Encroachment in Deuteronomy: An Analysis of the Social World of the D Code’.

Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom is a collection of twenty essays on a breadth of topics related to the critical scholarship of Old Testament wisdom traditions. These essays were originally presented as papers for the Oxford Old Testament Seminar between andand have been subsequently revised for this volume, which is the fifth in the series.

We Are Family: Deuteronomy 14 and the Boundaries of an Israelite Identity Through an engagement with the dietary prohibitions of Deuteron this article seeks to provide a corrective to the dominance of constructivist perspectives within recent reconstructions of Israelite ethnic identity.

At a glance, the Hebrew Bible presents the Levites as a group of ritual assistants and subordinates in Israel's cult. A closer look, however, reveals a far more complicated history behind the emergence of this group in Ancient Israel.

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The Levites and the Boundaries of Israelite Identity brings renewed attention to the place of the Levites in the definition of Israelite concepts and myths of identity, from the early Iron Age through the late Persian period.

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