Scholars in Press: An interview with Mike Aubrey

Editor's note: This interview originally appeared at Old School Script on February 23rd, 2015. Education: I received a BA in Biblical Languages at Moody Bible Institute in 2007. Since then, my wife and I have been actively preparing for service with SIL/Wycliffe Bible Translators as a linguist. We completed certificates in applied linguistics in 2008 as... Continue Reading →

Scholars in Press—a new interview series you don’t want to miss

Editor's note: We are pleased to be able to host the The Scholars in Press series, originally started back in 2015, here at Koine-Greek.com. In time, we hope that we'll be able to continue the series with new interviews with more scholars working on Greek and Hebrew linguistics. We look forward to continuing the tradition. And some of you, readers, can expect to hear from us asking to participate, we're sure.

We're looking toward 2019 and have exciting plans for the future of Koine-Greek.com. First up is the addition of a few more contributors to the site. In conjunction to that, we're considering adding a Hebrew language corner, though the primary focus will continue to be Greek. We're hopefully going to have more book reviews We... Continue Reading →

Against monosemy, pt 5: The methodological gap

I fully acknowledge there is certainly an appeal for monosemy as a theoretical construct. The ability to schematize all usages or senses within a single abstract sense does indeed simplified and elegant semantic theory. Such a theory is an attractive prospect for all linguists.

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