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A double vision hermeneutic : interpreting a Chinese pastor's intersubjective experience of sh�i engaging Y�izhu�an and Pauline texts / Samuel Hio-Kee Ooi.

By: Ooi, Samuel Hio-Kee [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge, England : James Clarke & Co, 2015Copyright date: �2014Description: 1 online resource (283 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780227902929; 0227902920.Subject(s): Bible. Epistles of Paul -- Hermeneutics | Bible. Epistles of Paul | Theology -- China | Intersubjectivity | RELIGION -- Christian Church -- History | RELIGION -- Christianity -- History | RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Paul's Letters | Hermeneutics | Intersubjectivity | Theology | China | East and West | Language and languages -- Religious aspects | Philosophy, ChineseGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Double vision hermeneutic : interpreting a Chinese pastor's intersubjective experience of sh�i engaging Y�izhu�an and Pauline texts.DDC classification: 270.092 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Surveying Chinese indigenous theological approaches -- Constructing a double vision hermeneutic -- Text A1 : Sh�i as a cultural-linguistic and traditionary text -- Interpreting text A1 : Sh�i with text A2 : Y�izhu�an -- Text B1 : principalities and powers : a survey on contemporary discourse -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text I : Galatians -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text II : Corinthians -- The double vision hermeneutics of a Chinese pastor's intersubjective experience of Sh�i engaging Y�izhu�an and Pauline texts.
Summary: "A Double Vision Hermeneutic unfolds the multilayered intersubjective experience of the author himself, a Chinese pastor. Samuel Hio-Kee Ooi argues for a cultural-linguistic experience of sh�i -- an ancient Chinese word implying not only power but also used to mean a situation, a circumstance, a tendency, and a tension that is about to be triggered -- as the locus at which the intersubjective experience takes place. To unfold this experience, the author identifies five key texts that are found in his intersubjective experience: Text A1: Sh�i, an intertext of traditional Chinese works featuring sh�i; Text A2: Y�izhu�an, a metaphysical Confucian book of appendices; Text B1: Pauline notion of principalities and powers; Text B2: Pauline Texts I and II: Galatians and 1 Corinthians; and Text 0: Ooi's initial or seminal experience of sh�i. In dialogue with Michael Polanyi and Hans-Georg Gadamer, Ooi proposes that a double vision hermeneutic will help interpret the multilayered intersubjective relationships between texts and the subject. He argues that study of this intersubjective experience reveals a vital facet of the Chinese Christian self, and significantly enhances the study of Chinese theology"-- Provided by publisher.
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Surveying Chinese indigenous theological approaches -- Constructing a double vision hermeneutic -- Text A1 : Sh�i as a cultural-linguistic and traditionary text -- Interpreting text A1 : Sh�i with text A2 : Y�izhu�an -- Text B1 : principalities and powers : a survey on contemporary discourse -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text I : Galatians -- Power in text B2 : Pauline text II : Corinthians -- The double vision hermeneutics of a Chinese pastor's intersubjective experience of Sh�i engaging Y�izhu�an and Pauline texts.

"A Double Vision Hermeneutic unfolds the multilayered intersubjective experience of the author himself, a Chinese pastor. Samuel Hio-Kee Ooi argues for a cultural-linguistic experience of sh�i -- an ancient Chinese word implying not only power but also used to mean a situation, a circumstance, a tendency, and a tension that is about to be triggered -- as the locus at which the intersubjective experience takes place. To unfold this experience, the author identifies five key texts that are found in his intersubjective experience: Text A1: Sh�i, an intertext of traditional Chinese works featuring sh�i; Text A2: Y�izhu�an, a metaphysical Confucian book of appendices; Text B1: Pauline notion of principalities and powers; Text B2: Pauline Texts I and II: Galatians and 1 Corinthians; and Text 0: Ooi's initial or seminal experience of sh�i. In dialogue with Michael Polanyi and Hans-Georg Gadamer, Ooi proposes that a double vision hermeneutic will help interpret the multilayered intersubjective relationships between texts and the subject. He argues that study of this intersubjective experience reveals a vital facet of the Chinese Christian self, and significantly enhances the study of Chinese theology"-- Provided by publisher.

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