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More Philo studies available on-line

February 2010
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There are more and more studies available online, most of them in .pdf format. Here are some relevant for those of you interested in ongoing research on Philo of Alexandria:

R. Alston,
‘Philo’s In Flaccum: Ethnicity and Social Space in Roman Alexandria,’
Paper delivered at a panel of the AAR/SBL/ASOR conference in Philadelphia in November 1995.

Manuel Alexandre,
‘Rhetorical Hermeneutics in Philo’s Commentary of Scripture,’
Revista de Retórica y Teoría de la Comunicación Año I, nº 1 • Enero 2001 • pp. 29-41.

Jason Rust,
‘Women in 1st Century Mediterranean Culture: A Comparison Between Philo of Alexandria and Paul of Tarsus,’
Probably a paper presented at The Religious and Cultural Environment of Early Christianity
NS 562 Dr. S. Scott Bartchy March 8, 2006.

G.H. van Kooten,
‘Balaam as the Sophist Par Excellence in Philo of Alexandria: Philo’s Projection of an Urgent Contemporary Debate onto Moses’ Pentateuchal Narratives’, in: G.H. van Kooten & J.T.A.G.M. van Ruiten (eds), The Prestige of the Pagan Prophet Balaam in Judaism, Early Christianity and Islam (Themes in Biblical Narrative 11), Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2008, 131-161.

Jean Laporte,
“Models from Philo in Origen’s Teaching on Original Sin,”
Laval théologique et philosophique, vol. 44, n° 2, 1988, p. 191-203.
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Document téléchargé le 2 February 2010.


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