Семитские заимствования в Евангелии от Иоанна: Элементы «антиязыка» или точки соприкосновения?

Евгений УСТИНОВИЧ

Abstract


В статье анализируются социолингвистические аспекты трех семитских лексем, использованных в Евангелии от Иоанна. Поскольку все данные лексемы имели устоявшиеся греческие эквиваленты во время написания Евангелия, их использование можно расценивать как осознанную попытку автора установить дополнительные точки соприкосновения с читателями-иудеями, не верящими в Иисуса. В таком случае можно развить аргумент о том, что использование отдельных конвергентных форм противоречит гипотезе "антиязыка", якобы используемого в Евангелии от Иоанна, и заставляет пересмотреть результаты исследований, основанных на данной гипотезе.

Keywords


Евангелии от Иоанна; Семитские лексемы; Анти-язык

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