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Cosmology and Character: Qoheleth’s Pedagogy from a Rhetorical-Critical Perspective serves as Naoto Kamano’s PhD dissertation, focusing on the ways in which Qoheleth’s speech is pedagogical. Kamano traces conception of this book to conversations with his advisor, William P. Brown, amongst members of his dissertation committee. Kamano highlights his realization that so much attention has been given to Qoheleth’s message that we do not have a clear grasp on how he teaches. WIthin this rhetorical-critical study of Ecclesiates, Kamano employs cosmological text along with first-person speeches to enlighten reader on Qoheleth’s teachings, paying particular attention to the use of the cosmological texts (1:4-11 and 3:1-8) and the first-person speeches.
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