Discourse Function of Conjoiners in the Pastoral Epistles

Author(s):
Heckert, Jakob K
Description:

Describes and compares six different conjoining particles in the Greek language.

Note this “reprint” is a spiral-bound edition and is different from the original printing.

Table of Contents:

Foreward by Stephen H. Levinsohn
Abbreviations

  1. Introduction
  2. 1.1 Basic function of particles
    1.2 The position of the particles
    1.3 The theoretical approach
    1.4 The texts used
    1.5 Authorship of the pastoral epistles
    1.6 Terminology
    1.7 Relationship between Classical and Koine Greek

  3. 'Alla as a Marker of Contrast
  4. 2.1 How traditional scholars of Classical Greek view 'Alla
    2.2 How traditional scholars of New Testament Greek view 'Alla
    2.3 How discourse linguists view 'Alla in the pastoral epistles
    2.4 The use of 'Allah in the pastoral epistles
    2.5 Whe njoined with some particle other than a negative
    2.6 Conclusion

  5. Gar as a Marker of Confirmation
  6. 3.1 How traditional scholars of Classical Greek view Gar
    3.2 How traditional scholars of New Testament Greek view Gar
    3.3 How discourse linguists view Gar in the New Testament
    3.4 The use of Gar in the pastoral epistles 3.5 Conclusion

  7. De as a Marker of Development
  8. 4.1 How traditional scholars of Classical Greek view De
    4.2 How traditional scholars of New Testament Greek view De
    4.3 How discourse linguists view De in the New Testament
    4.4 The use of De in the pastoral epistles
    4.5 Special uses of De
    4.6 Conclusion

  9. Adverbial Kai as a Marker of Addition
  10. 5.1 How traditional scholars of Classical Greek view the adverbial Kai
    5.2 How traditional scholars of New Testament Greek view the adverbial Kai
    5.3 How discourse linguists view the adverbisl kai in the New Testament
    5.4 The use of adverbial Kai in the pastoral epistles
    5.5 Conclusion

  11. Conjunctive Kai as a Marker of Addition
  12. 6.1 How traditional scholars of Classical Greek view Kai
    6.2 How traditional scholars of New Testament Greek view Kai
    6.3 How discourse linguists view Kai in the New Testament
    6.4 The use of the conjunctive Kai in the pastoral epistles
    6.5 Occurences of Kai that could be either adverbial or conjunctive
    6.6 Conclusion

  13. Oun as a Marker of Inference
  14. 7.1 How traditional scholars of Classical Greek view oun
    7.2 How traditional scholars of New Testament Greek view oun
    7.3 How discourse linguists view oun in the New Testament
    7.4 The use of oun in the pastoral epistles
    7.5 Conclusion

  15. Conclusion

References

$24.95
Date:
1996
Extent:
111 pages
Subject:
Translation
Conjunctions
ISBN 13:
978-1556710414
ISBN 10:
1556710410
Size:
8.5 × 11 × 0.25 in
Weight:
0.9 lb
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