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Uma breve bibliografia sobre Aspecto Verbal e


Proeminência discursiva

Posted on November 3, 2016November 3, 2016 by Guilherme Nunes

Olá, caro leitor, aqui é o Guilherme.

Estamos há muito tempo sem postar nada, mas em breve voltaremos. Os motivos são as várias
responsabilidades, como a produção de artigos para tentar publicar em revistas, e nesse final de mês
estava escrevendo minha monografia: “Aspecto verbal como indicador de proeminência no grego do
Novo Testamento na perspectiva de Stanley E. Porter e Jeffrey T. Reed”. Existem muitos espantalhos
sobre a perspectiva de proeminência de Porter, assim como uma visão, às vezes, “minimalista” de
Aspecto, além das várias dificuldades que esse campo abrange. Usar aspecto verbal é fácil e útil para
pregação, mas estabelecer o aporte teórico são outras milhas.

Nesse post quero apenas passar uma parte da bibliografia do meu trabalho de conclusão. Não é
exaustiva, mas é um bom caminho para quem deseja estudar a relação de aspecto com proeminência
no NT. Se um dia o meu trabalho for postado aqui, você poderá olhar uma bibliografia mais
completa.

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