Histórias de favorecimento. Gênesis 4, 4-5

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https://doi.org/10.26512/belasinfieis.v9.n3.2020.30839

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Estudos bíblicos. Alteração textual. Teologia mosaica. Tradução hebraico-grego. Exegese bíblica.

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Por mais fiel que possa parecer, qualquer tradução é o resultado da interpretação do texto-fonte pelo tradutor, influenciado por vários elementos presentes nas amplas circunstâncias dessa atividade de tradução em particular. Em alguns casos, esse fato altera ou acrescenta uma nova camada de significado ao texto original. O presente trabalho explora o caso nos itens Gen. 4, 4-5, nos quais, ao introduzir uma variação lingüística ”“ a saber, dw'ron, -ou (toV) / qusiva, -a" (hJ) (in kaiV ejpiV toi`" dwvroi", v. 4, and kaiV ejpiV tai`" qusivai", v. 5) ”“ ao invés da monotonia exibida pelo texto hebraico ”“ מִנְחָה [min·khä'] (in וְ×ֶל־מִנְחָתֽוֹ / Ingl. 'and to his offering') ”“, a Septuaginta grega dá ao leitor a possibilidade de condenar Caim antes que ele cometa o crime.   

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Biografia do Autor

Alexandru Gafton, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of IaÈ™i

Student of Professor Vasile Arvinte, Professor, PhD, at the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of IaÈ™i, Romania. Evolutionary linguist and philologist, with a Humean naturalist perspective. Author of studies that attempt to understand the dynamics of language, thought, society and the evolution of relations between them; author of critical editions of old Romanian texts; translator and commentator of works in the fields of diachronic linguistics and the history of Christianity, evolutionism and mentalities. “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of IaÈ™i, Romania. IaÈ™i, Romania

Adina Chirilă , West University of Timisoara

Associate Professor at the West University of TimiÈ™oara, Romania. Bachelor’s degree in Romanian/English (2000), West University of TimiÈ™oara, Roumania. Master’s degree with specialization “Romanian language in synchrony and diachrony. Controversial issues” (2002), West University of TimiÈ™oara, Romania. PhD in Humanities ”“ Philology (2008), West University of TimiÈ™oara, Romania. Linguist and philologist, whose work’s pillars are observation, proof and reasoning. Author of two books and over fifty articles and reviews concerning the history of the Romanian language, textology, Romanian philology, and diachronic linguistics; author of a critical edition of a 17th century Romanian text; translator of works in the fields of evolutionism, genetics and the philosophy and history of science; member of the Editorial board of Diacronia (www.diacronia.ro); member of German Cognitive Linguistics Association, and of Répertoire des historiens de la traduction, Ottawa. West University of Timisoara, Department of Romanian Languages. TimiÈ™oara, Romania.

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23-04-2020

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GAFTON, Alexandru; CHIRILÄƑ , Adina. Histórias de favorecimento. Gênesis 4, 4-5. Belas Infiéis, Brasília, Brasil, v. 9, n. 3, p. 89–101, 2020. DOI: 10.26512/belasinfieis.v9.n3.2020.30839. Disponível em: https://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/belasinfieis/article/view/30839. Acesso em: 24 maio. 2024.

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