The Sôd Hypothesis: Phenomenological, Semiotic, Cognitive, and Noetic-Literary Recovery of the Pentateuch's Embedded Inner-Core Mystical Initiation Tradition of Ancient Israelite Cultic Religion (2020)

The Sôd Hypothesis: Phenomenological, Semiotic, Cognitive, and Noetic-Literary Recovery of the Pentateuch's Embedded Inner-Core Mystical Initiation Tradition of Ancient Israelite Cultic Religion Alex Shalom Kohav The S d Hypothesis Phenomenological Semiotic Cognitive and Noetic Literary Recovery of the Pentateuch s Embedded Inner Core Mystical Initiation Tradition of Ancient Israelite Cultic Religion This book contains the author s doctoral dissertation Union Institute It is a facsimile reissue as a single volume of the version of record originally published as a two volume hardcover by UMI
  • Title: The Sôd Hypothesis: Phenomenological, Semiotic, Cognitive, and Noetic-Literary Recovery of the Pentateuch's Embedded Inner-Core Mystical Initiation Tradition of Ancient Israelite Cultic Religion
  • Author: Alex Shalom Kohav
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The Sôd Hypothesis: Phenomenological, Semiotic, Cognitive, and Noetic-Literary Recovery of the Pentateuch's Embedded Inner-Core Mystical Initiation Tradition of Ancient Israelite Cultic Religion Alex Shalom Kohav This book contains the author s doctoral dissertation Union Institute, 2011 It is a facsimile reissue as a single volume of the version of record originally published as a two volume hardcover by UMI Dissertation Publishing ProQuest, 2011 The game changing monograph establishes a new academic research area Pentateuchal mysticism and First Temple priestly initiatioThis book contains the author s doctoral dissertation Union Institute, 2011 It is a facsimile reissue as a single volume of the version of record originally published as a two volume hardcover by UMI Dissertation Publishing ProQuest, 2011 The game changing monograph establishes a new academic research area Pentateuchal mysticism and First Temple priestly initiation tradition Using Husserlian phenomenology and its tripartite distinctions characterizing intentional acts as its primary methodology, the study engages epistemology and philosophies of mind and language The intentional act originating from mysterium tremendum encounters with a supernatural agent, YHWH, is shown to result in an intensional text of singular complexity the Pentateuch plus the book of Joshua The J and E strands, previously seen in scholarship as purely literary and or semi historical, are now seen as constituting priestly esoteric matter par excellence, while the traditional priestly sections, in contrast, as exoteric In order to foreground the second channel esoteric narrative embedded within the Pentateuch, the study intersects with biblical studies, religious studies, and literary studies linguistic anthropology cognitive linguistics cognitive psychology classicism Egyptology semiotics communication studies mysticism and consciousness studies Engaging 1 Husserl s noetic noematic hyletic phenomenological framework 2 semiotic signifier signified referent aspects 3 Jakobson s factors functions of literary texts and 4 Habermas s communicative actions, the study proposes i manifold discursive planes ii multiple contexts, grounds, semantic fields iii inferential continuums, domains guiding textual data derivation and constraining data analysis and iv methodology using interrogative inferential coordinates and a custom developed noetic literary method An ongoing, oscillating narrative metalepsis is observed, a consequence of parallel narratives colliding and periodically warping the narrative integrity of one or the other channel The study s potential import entails its curious parallels with Champollion s decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphs, since both the Pentateuchal second channel noetic layer and the hieroglyphs, albeit vastly dissimilar, were successful priestly means of preserving the secrecy and ultimate survival of their respective esoteric doctrines and used as comparably drastic, intentionally impenetrable solutions for the uninitiated The emerging priestly esoteric system is akin to the center, or organizing principle, of biblical theology The study s results are falsifiable, and their validity is attested.
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