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equiprimordiality

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  • n. The state of being equiprimordial

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Examples

  • Rafael has shared some thoughts on orality, redaction criticism and Kelber's notion of "equiprimordiality" on his blog Verily Verily.

    Equiprimordiality

  • One striking notion that has come into New Testament studies via Werner Kelber, reaching him from the Parry-Lord school's work on oral folksongs and epics, is "equiprimordiality".

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The idea of "equiprimordiality", of every performance being utterly original and unrelated to prior and subsequent performances, is, to my thinking, the most problematic of Kelber's assertions.

    Archive 2009-03-01

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