[b-hebrew] Tense and aspect; was: "The use of "

Isaac Fried if at math.bu.edu
Thu Apr 23 07:43:23 EDT 2009


Jason,

I am sorry but do not really understand what you are saying: "how  
they are
grouped and how the roots form some kind of mystical base meaning  
quite apart from their appearances in the text of the Bible or other  
related literature" is not something I recognize.

Isaac Fried, Boston University

On Apr 22, 2009, at 5:35 PM, Jason Hare wrote:

> How does this not apply to your complex definitions of individual
> semanthemes throughout the Hebrew language? I think you go overboard
> in your definitions of what each Hebrew letter means and how they are
> grouped and how the roots form some kind of mystical base meaning
> quite apart from their appearances in the text of the Bible or other
> related literature. Why should you lay out a rule to which you think
> others should adhere while yourself abandoning it from the start?
>
> Jason Hare
> Rehovot, Israel
>
> On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 5:46 PM, Isaac Fried <if at math.bu.edu> wrote:
>> Rule number one: The less we define the better off we are.
>>
>> Isaac Fried, Boston University
>>




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