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With reverence for the word (Jane Dammen McAULIFFE, Barry D. WALFISH, Joseph W. GOERING)

McAULIFFE (Jane Dammen), WALFISH (Barry D.) & GOERING (Joseph W.), With reverence for the word medieval scriptural exegesis in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, New York, Oxford university press, 2003, XVII+488 p. Notes Bibliogr. Index ISBN 0-19-513727-2

Un des éditeurs

Jane McAuliffe est doyenne et professeur à l’École des Arts et des Sciences de l’Université de Georgetown à Washington. Elle est actuellement présidente de la Bryn Mawr College. Islamologue reconnue et impliquée activement dans le dialogue interreligieux, elle est l’éditrice du monumental encyclopedia of the Qur’an.

Presentation

This volume is the first trilateral exploration of medieval scriptural interpretation. The vast literature written during the medieval period is one of both great diversity and numerous cross-cultural similarities. These essays explore this rich heritage of biblical and qur’anic interpretation.

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Table des matières

Title Page
Preface
Contents
List of Contributors
Abbreviations

Part I : Medieval Jewish Exegesis of the Bible

1 : An Introduction to Medieval Jewish Biblical Interpretation
Notes
2 : Jews, Christians, and the Authority to Interpret
Notes
Bibliography
3 : Comparative Observations on Saadia’s Method
Notes
Bibliography
4 : Karaite Commentaries on the Song of Songs from Tenth-Century Jerusalem
Notes
Bibliography
5 : Jewish and Christian Exegesis in the Twelfth Century
Notes
Bibliography
6 : Rashbam as a “literary” Exegete
Notes
Bibliography
7 : Asceticism and Eroticism in Medieval Jewish Philosophical and Mystical Exegesis of the Song of Songs
Notes
Bibliography
8 : Isaac Ben Joseph Ha-Kohen on the Book of Ruth
Notes
Bibliography
9 : Problematizing the Bible in Late Medieval Jewish Exegesis
Notes
Bibliography
10 : The Accessus Ad Auctores in Hebrew Exegetical Literature from the Thirteenth Through the Fifteenth Centuries
Notes
Bibliography
11 : The Case of Proverbs 22:6
Notes
Bibliography

Part II : Medieval Christian Exegesis of the Bible

12 : An Introduction to Medieval Christian Biblical Interpretation
Notes
13 : Carolingian Exegetes and the Old Testament
Notes
Bibliography
14 : The Four “senses” and Four Exegetes
Notes
Bibliography
15 : Robert Grosseteste on the Four Senses of Scripture
Notes
Bibliography
16 : A Study in Two Exempla
Notes
Bibliography
17 : The Theological Character of the Scholastic “division of the Text” with Particular Reference to the Commentaries of Saint Thomas Aquinas
Appendix : Saint Thomas Aquinas’s Division of the Gospel According to Saint John
Notes
Bibliography
18 : Thomas of Ireland and His De Tribus Sensibus Sacrae Scripturae
Notes
Bibliography
19 : The Status of Allegory in William of Ockham’s Breviloquium on Papal Power
Notes
Bibliography

Part III : Medieval Exegesis of the Qur’Ān

20 : An Introduction to Medieval Interpretation of the Qur’ān
Notes

21 : Discussion and Debate in Early Commentaries of the Qur’ān
Notes
Bibliography

22 : Weaknesses in the Arguments for the Early Dating of Qur’ānic Commentary
Notes
Bibliography

23 : The Scriptural “senses” in Medieval SūFi Qur’ān Exegesis
Notes
Bibliography

24 : Are There Allegories in SūFi Qur’ān Interpretation ?
Notes
Bibliography

25 : Sūrat Al-Isrā Between Text and Commentary
Notes
Bibliography

26 : Qur’ānic Exegesis and History
Notes
Bibliography

27 : Sura 3:7 as an Exegetical Challenge
Notes
Bibliography

28 : The Designation of “foreign” Languages in the Exegesis of the Qur’An
Notes
Bibliography

29 : The Genre Boundaries of Qur’ānic Commentary

Notes
Bibliography
Subject Index
Index to Citations from the Bible, Rabbinic Literature, and the Quran

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