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Hermeneutics: Quiz


Question 1: The Gospels, particularly the ________, make extensive use of the Old Testament for the purposes of demonstrating that Jesus was the Messiah.
Gospel of LukeGospel of MatthewGospel of MarkGospel of John

Question 2: [13] By using the Old Testament (a term linked with Supersessionism) to validate Jesus, ________ sought to tap into both the oracles of the prophets and the antiquity of the Jewish scriptures.
Biblical canonEarly ChristianityCrusadesEast–West Schism

Question 3: Traditional Jewish hermeneutics differ from the Greek method in that the rabbis considered the ________ (the Jewish bibilical canon) to be without error.
KetuvimTanakhChristianity and JudaismNevi'im

Question 4: Among the key thinkers of this approach is the sociologist ________.
Austrian SchoolKarl MarxSocialismMax Weber

Question 5: Cooke (trans.), in Aristotle, vol. 1 (________), pp. 111–179.
AlcibiadesLoeb Classical LibraryDemosthenesPlato

Question 6: ________ developed a hermeneutics based on Heidegger's concepts, although his own work differs in many ways from that of Gadamer.
Paul RicœurSøren KierkegaardPhenomenology (philosophy)Martin Heidegger

Question 7: The ________ gave birth to a "legal Renaissance" in the 11th century, when the Corpus Iuris Civilis was rediscovered and started to be systematically studied by people like Irnerius and Gratianus.
Roma Tre UniversityUniversity of BolognaUniversity of PaduaSapienza University of Rome

Question 8: [1] Philosophical hermeneutics refers primarily to ________'s theory of knowledge as developed in Truth and Method, and sometimes to Paul Ricoeur.
Hans-Georg GadamerGottfried LeibnizJacques DerridaHenri Bergson

Question 9: Moreover, the problem of interpretation is central to ________ at least since the 11th century.
Scots lawLawShariaXeer

Question 10: 1–6, ________ and Paul Weiss (eds.), vols.
William JamesAlfred North WhiteheadCharles HartshorneProcess theology


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