THE RHETORIC OFWISDOM AND POSTCOLONIAL HERMENEUTICS

Leo G. Perdue

Abstract


Critical wisdom literature in ancient Judah offers a paradigm for understanding the
rejection of the teachings of the justice of God and retribution. This negation of
foundational sapiential teachings provides the basis for a moral paradigm of
postcolonial hermeneutics in which there is a movement towards the establishment of
social justice for the poor and marginalized in native cultures

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/81-0-746

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