The Notion of Life: in the Anthropological Discourse of the Primeval History
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As part of its narrative lines, the Primeval History includes a rich and diverse discourse about the notion of life: What constitutes life? Are there higher and lower forms of life that distinguish humans from animals? And finally, why does life end? This discourse revolves around two conceptual terms: whose meaning and theological significance this essay explores against the backdrop especially of the Psalms and sapiential literature.