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Allegorese

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Author(s): Suntrup, Rudolf (Münster) RWG | Graf, Fritz (Princeton) RWG
Suntrup, Rudolf (Münster) RWG I. Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft (RWG) [English version] A. Einführung, Begriff (RWG) In den neueren Sprach- und Literaturwiss. sowie der Theologie bezeichnet A. die methodisch reflektierte Erschließung eines mehrfachen, über die wörtliche Bed. hinausgehenden Sinns von rel., poetischen und anderen normierenden Texten. Als hermeneutisch-interpretatives Verfahren ist A. von den gramm., rhet. und produktiv-poetischen Formen (vgl. E.) der Allegorie zu sondern; wie diese verfährt …

Typology

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Author(s): Suntrup, Rudolf (Münster RWG)
Suntrup, Rudolf (Münster RWG) [German version] A. Concept and Its Range (CT) In literary studies and theology (unlike in the natural and social sciences and some branches of the humanities since the 19th cent., cf. [8]), the (modern) term typology designates a particular form of allegorical textual interpretation that relates a given text to the history of salvation. It goes back to a medieval conception of history, according to which the Pre-Christian period is fulfilled in Christ one step at a time and in…

Allegorism

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Author(s): Suntrup, Rudolf (Münster RWG) | Graf, Fritz (Columbus, OH)
Suntrup, Rudolf (Münster RWG) I. Linguistics and Literary Studies (CT) [German version] A. Introduction : The Concept (CT) In recent linguistic and literary-historical studies, as in theology, allegorism designates the methodically reflective development of a multiple meaning that goes beyond the literal meaning of religious, poetical, and other normative texts. As a hermeneutic-interpretative procedure, allegorism is to be distinguished from the grammatical, rhetorical, and productive-poetic forms (cf. below, ad finem) of allegory. Like the latter, it proceeds a…