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Late Biblical Hebrew: Critique of Principles Chapter 4 Early vs.
Late Biblical Hebrew: Critique of Methodology Chapter 5 Early vs.
Chapter 3 ( The Variation Analysis of the Hebrew Bible Corpus: The Method), the second longest chapter in the book, aims to establish the methodological framework of the study.
Kim discusses several of the foundational ideas of sociolinguistics (the discipline dealing with the relationship between language and society) and historical sociolinguistics, such as linguistic variation and variationist analysis, and he explains how he will apply such concepts to the corpus of BH.
Preface Abbreviations Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Early vs.
Here's a summary of their proposal: We suggest that following through the logic of this chronological approach to BH actually leads inevitably to the conclusion that all the biblical texts were composed in the postexilic period, which is exactly the opposite of what its proponents have claimed.(In the present context, a simplified definition of the variationist approach might be a quantitative analysis of two or more linguistic variables, or ways of saying the same thing, as a way of detecting language change.) Chapter 2 ( Linguistic Dating of Biblical Hebrew Texts: A Survey of Scholarship) reviews research on the linguistic development of BH, beginning with the period from Wilhelm Gesenius (usually considered the father of the diachronic study of BH) to Yechezkel Kutscher (Hurvitz's teacher), followed by a discussion of the work of Robert Polzin and a longer treatment of the work of Hurvitz, and their followers, and continuing with a summary of the work of scholars who have challenged various fundamental presuppositions and methods in previous scholarship.The chapter concludes with a list of seven points of agreement and (mainly) disagreement between Hurvitz and his followers and the challengers.However, very crucial for Kim's investigation of BH are the independent variables of time period and genre/text type.(I discuss these independent variables in more detail below.) Chapter 4 ( Variability, Linguistic Change, and Two Types of Changes: A Theoretical Assessment) moves from method to theory, arguing that a variationist analysis is able both to explain the ambiguous distribution of linguistic data in BH and to accommodate the seemingly irreconcilable opinions of the traditionalists, in whose chronological model linguistic dating possible.