Lateral and vertical topics in the biblical and canonical text Cover Image

Topika laterale dhe vertikale në tekstin biblik dhe kanunor
Lateral and vertical topics in the biblical and canonical text

Author(s): Femi Cakolli
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Studies of Literature, Albanian Literature, Philology
Published by: Univeristeti i Prishtinës, Fakulteti i Filologjisë
Keywords: topic; biblical; canonical; vertical; lateral;

Summary/Abstract: In Albanian literature, two of the oldest texts are related to early antiquity (testamentary / biblical texts) and late antiquity (canonical text or apocryphal testamentary text). Although one is written exclusively with literary means but in atypical realization since, especially, the New Testament text (testamental) has been revealed (kerygmatical) to the Jews by the author in Aramaic, and then the Jewish audience thinking culturally is Hebrew has universalized in the Greek, while the second canonical text has begun to be written and applied at the end of antiquity and this process has been extensively varied until the late Albanian Romanticism. How have these texts created topically?This issue, Lateral and vertical topics in the biblical and canonical texts, we will like to see through two views. The first view is called lateral, and the second is called vertical. The lateral view is neoclassical thought. This opinion proposes initials points, new thoughts, is productive, fresh and often provocative point. The vertical view is logical thinking, the thought that follows and builds on it is a selective and traditional thought. These definitions of views are according to Maltese scholar Eduard de Bono, expressed in his book “Lateral thinking - step-by-step creativity”.

  • Issue Year: 2/2018
  • Issue No: 37
  • Page Range: 85 - 94
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: Albanian