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Part 1 "The Great Prohibition Debate" seeks to demonstrate that verbal aspect theory has a better explanation than traditional Aktionsart theory for authorial choices between the negated present imperative and the negated aorist subjunctive in expressing prohibitions in the Greek New Testament.
Part 2 "All the Prohibitions in the Greek NT" continues to examine prohibitions, but is more of an exercise in functional linguistics. That is, rather than apply verbal aspect theory to the grammar of prohibition constructions, Part 2 seeks only to survey the (initially surprising) wide variety of ways prohibitions can be expressed in koine Greek: more than a dozen different constructions. To do this, the NT prohibitions are grouped in their varying grammatical-syntactical and/or pragmatic constructions, all of which function - in varying degrees - in a prohibitory fashion. This taxonomy may prove to be the beginnings of further investigations into how biblical Greek communicates commands.
- Studies in Biblical Greek .16
- Verlag: Peter Lang Ltd. International Academic Publishers
- Artikelnr. des Verlages: 312358
- Erscheinungstermin: 24. Juni 2014
- Abmessung: 231mm x 155mm x 36mm
- Gewicht: 937g
- ISBN-13: 9781433123580
- ISBN-10: 1433123584
- Artikelnr.: 40936322
The Failures of the Aktionsart View: Verb Tense
Forms Kind of Action
Verbal Aspect Theory & Greek Prohibitions: 'Do not be doing that.' vs. 'Do not do that.'
The Successes of a Verbal Aspect View: Verb Tense
Forms Author's Perspective
The Negated Present Tense Prohibitions
The Negated Aorist Tense Prohibitions
Prohibitions Using Other Negated Verb Constructions
Prohibitions Using Negated Dependent Clause Constructions
Lexical Prohibitions: 'Refrain from that.'
Prohibitory Emulation Statements: 'We do not do that.'
Prohibitory Questions: 'Why are you doing that?'
Warnings & Promises as Prohibitions: 'Those who do that will be punished.'
Other Negative Expressions as Prohibitions: 'No, don't!'
Conclusion: Summary & Prospects.