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Jewish - Christian religious polemic
Kabůrková, Markéta ; Nosek, Bedřich (advisor) ; Sadek, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis focuses on the commencement and transformation of the Jewish - Christian controversy, from its initial display in the first centuries of the Christian calendar until the commencement of the modern era.
Literary Devices in Jewish-Christian Polemics
Kabůrková, Markéta ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Oliverius, Jaroslav (referee) ; Vogel, Jiří (referee)
Markéta Kabůrková Literární prostředky v židovsko-křesťanské polemice Literary Devices in Jewish-Christian Polemics Hebrew anti-Christian polemic is a specific literary genre, which evolved in Western Europe at the end of the twelfth century. In my dissertation I classify it on the basis of literary form, tropes applied, and content of polemical argument. I research in particular the application of devices such as sarcasm, satire, irony and parody, which surpass the rigid categorization of polemical methodology developed on the basis of Christian anti-Jewish writings; i.e. biblical exegesis, critique and interpretation of Rabbinic sources, philosophical reasoning, and arguments from history and experience. I deal with the theme of Jesus in Rabbinic literature, the Toldot Jeshu tradition, and the influence of Sefer Nestor ha- komer on later polemical literature. I document the evolution of anti-Christian discourse as reflected in names and various derogatory characteristics used to address a Christian opponent in various Hebrew materials. I further provide examples of what I identify as "dirty" polemics; i.e. polemical arguments exploring areas of carnality. It mainly involves the critique of the Christian doctrine of incarnation and virgin birth, yet also modes of sexual behaviour of the Christians. Next...
Literary Devices in Jewish-Christian Polemics
Kabůrková, Markéta ; Beneš, Jiří (advisor) ; Oliverius, Jaroslav (referee) ; Vogel, Jiří (referee)
Markéta Kabůrková Literární prostředky v židovsko-křesťanské polemice Literary Devices in Jewish-Christian Polemics Hebrew anti-Christian polemic is a specific literary genre, which evolved in Western Europe at the end of the twelfth century. In my dissertation I classify it on the basis of literary form, tropes applied, and content of polemical argument. I research in particular the application of devices such as sarcasm, satire, irony and parody, which surpass the rigid categorization of polemical methodology developed on the basis of Christian anti-Jewish writings; i.e. biblical exegesis, critique and interpretation of Rabbinic sources, philosophical reasoning, and arguments from history and experience. I deal with the theme of Jesus in Rabbinic literature, the Toldot Jeshu tradition, and the influence of Sefer Nestor ha- komer on later polemical literature. I document the evolution of anti-Christian discourse as reflected in names and various derogatory characteristics used to address a Christian opponent in various Hebrew materials. I further provide examples of what I identify as "dirty" polemics; i.e. polemical arguments exploring areas of carnality. It mainly involves the critique of the Christian doctrine of incarnation and virgin birth, yet also modes of sexual behaviour of the Christians. Next...
Jewish - Christian religious polemic
Kabůrková, Markéta ; Sadek, Vladimír (referee) ; Nosek, Bedřich (advisor)
This thesis focuses on the commencement and transformation of the Jewish - Christian controversy, from its initial display in the first centuries of the Christian calendar until the commencement of the modern era.

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