Очерк теории перевода Библии

Авторы

  • Андрей Десницкий

Аннотация

Представленный очерк знакомит читателя с теорией и методологией библейского перевода. Он пытается ответить на вопрос – на чем основывать переводческую теорию? Должна ли она быть в основе своей лингвистической, антропологической, культурологической или богословской? Должна ли она сочетать эти подходы и если должна, то каким образом? Автор показывает, что за последние полвека были предложены достаточно разные подходы к этой проблеме. Появились различные теоретические модели, описывающие библейский перевод и позволяющие создавать продуктивные методические рекомендации. Статья освещает разные теории по мере их появления и дает критический анализ каждой из них, показывая их сильные и слабые стороны.

Биография автора

Андрей Десницкий

Андрей Сергеевич Десницкий. Библеист, переводчик, писатель. Доктор филологических наук (2010), профессор РАН (Москва, 2016).

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2021-07-03

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Десницкий, А. (2021). Очерк теории перевода Библии. БОГОМЫСЛИЕ: литературно-богословский альманах, (30), 36–83. извлечено от http://almanah.bogomysliye.com/article/view/236392

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