Table of contents for Women in the sex texts of Leviticus and Deuteronomy : a comparative conceptual analysis / Deborah L. Ellens.

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1. Chapter 1: Introduction
 A. The problem
 1. Thesis of Study
 a. General Statement
 b. Specific Statement
 2. Preliminary Clarifications
 a. Classificatory Concern
 b. Proprietary Concern
 c. Intersection of Classificatory
 and Proprietary Concerns
 3. History of Research
 a. Purity/Property Distribution
 1) Adultery Debate
 2) First Tendency
 3) Second Tendency
 a) Occasional and
 Implicative Remarks
 b) Countryman
 (1) Introduction
 (2) Incest
 (3) Lev. 19:20-22
 (4) Conclusion
 b. Gender Construction
 1) The Difference
 2) The Category
 c. Summary
 4. Relevance of Study
 B. Methodology
 1. Limits
 2. Tools
 a. Exegesis
 1) General Considerations
 2) Conceptual Analysis
 a) Fundamentals
 b) Particulars
 b. Comparison
 3. Caveats
II. Chapter 2: Exegesis
 A. Exegesis: Part 1
 1. Lev. 15:18, 24, 33b
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Point-of-View and Language-
 Depicting-the-Sex-Act
 2) Structure
 a) Macro- and
 Microstructures
 (1) Macrostructure
 (2) Microstructure
 (a) vs. 18
 (b) vs. 24
 (c) vs. 33b
 b) The Challenge
 (1) Introverted
 Structure
 (a) Syntactic
 Difficulties: Milgrom
 (b) Conceptual
 Difficulties: Whitekettle
 (c) Conclusion
 (2) Asymmetries
 (a) Shorthand
 Technique
 (b) Blood
 (c) Menstruation as
 Illness
 (3) Summary
 c. Conclusion
 2. Lev. 18
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Point-of-View and Language-
 Depicting-the-Sex-Act
 a) Point-of-View
 (1) The Bias
 (2)
 Contraindicators
 (3) Conclusion
 b) Language-Depicting-
 the-Sex-Act
 (1) The Bias
 (2)
 Contraindicators
 (a) Vss. 6-18
 (b) Vss. 19-23
 (3) Conclusion
 2) Selection-of-Laws,
 Identification-of-Women
and Structure-of-the-Text
 a) Selection-of-Laws
 b) Identification-of-
 Women
 c) Structure-of-the-Text
 (1) Three Problems
 (a) Vss. 6, 9 and
 11
 (b) Vs. 18
 (c) Vs. 21
 (2) Structure
 (a) Structure
 Proper
 (b) First Section
 (c) Second Section
 d) Summary
 c. Conclusion
 3. Lev. 19:20-22
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Property: Macrostructure
 a) Structure Proper
 b) Problems
 c) Explanation of
 Structure
 (1) Critique
 (2) Explanation
 2) Purity: Microstructure
 and Boundaries
 a) ¿¿¿ú
 b) Microstructure
 c) Boundaries
 (1) Assignee/¿¿¿¿
 (2) ¿¿í
 3) Marginalization,
 Objectification and Focalization
 c. Conclusion
 4. Lev. 19:29
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Point-of-View and Language-
 Depicting-the-Sex-Act
 a) Marginalization and
 Objectification
 b) Contrasting Features
 (1) ¿¿¿
 (2) Macrostructure
 2) Primary Concern
 c. Conclusion
 5. Lev. 20:10-21
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Point-of-View and Language-
 Depicting-the-Sex-Act
 a) Point-of-View
 (1) The Bias
 (a) Application-of-
 Taboo and Named-Addressee
 (b) Use-of-Second-
 and-Third-Person
 (c) Boundaries
 Protected
 (d) Conclusion
 (2)
 Contraindicators
 b) Language-Depicting-
 the-Sex-Act
 (1) The Bias
 (a) d¿ó
 (b) ¿-¿ 
 (c) ¿¿
 (d) ¿ú¿ ¿-¿ ú¿ and
 úo  ¿o ¿¿
 (e) ¿¿¿
 (2) Contraindicators
 (a) ¿¿¿
 (b) ¿¿
 (c) o ¿
 (d) o¿¿
 c) Conclusion
 2) Selection-of-Laws,
 Identification-of-Women,
Structure-of-the-Text
 a) Selection-of-Laws
 b) Identification-of-
 Women
 c) Structure-of-the-Text
 (1) Structure
 Proper
 (2) Analysis of
 Structure
 (a) Demarcation of
 Pericope
 (b) The Sex-Law
 Series
  . Several
 Converging Patters
 aa. Gradation-
 of-the-Penalties Pattern
 bb. First-and-
 Last-Crime Pattern
 cc.
 Arrangement-of-Relationship Pattern
 dd. Their-
 Blood-Is-Upon-Them Pattern
 ee. Immediacy-
 of-Eventuality-of-Pentalties
Pattern
 ff. Conclusion
 ¿. Structural
 Pattern
 aa. Section
 One
 bb. Section
 Two
 (3) Summary
 c. Conclusion
 6. Lev. 21:9
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Macrostructure
 2) Microstructure
 3) Conceptual Matrix
 a) Holy/Profane and
 Pure/Impure
 b) Father-Daughter Sphere
 c. Conclusion
 B. Exegesis: Part 2
 1. Deut. 5:18
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Contrary Signals
 a) Point-of-View
 b) Arrangement of Clauses in
 Vs. 21
 (1) First Exegetical
 Problem
 (2) Second Exegetical
 Problem
 (3) Conclusion
 2) Supporting Signals
 a) d¿ó
 b) Structure
 c. Conclusion
 2. Deut. 21:10-14
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) The Signals
 a) Point-of-View
 b) Language-Depicting-the-Sex-
 Act
 c) Structure
 (1) The Context
 (2) The Structure Proper
 (a) Pressler
 (b) Vs. 13b¿
 2) The Concern of the Law
 a) Contrary Opinion: Sex is
 the Concern
 (1) Placement of
 Restraint
 (2) Prohibition of Rape
 (3) Niditch
 b) Supporting Opinion: Sex
 is not the Concern
 c) Summary
 c. Conclusion
 3. Deut. 22:13-23:1
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Point-of-View and Language-
 Depciting-the-Sex-Act
 a) Point-of-View
 (1) Explicit Addressee
 (a) Use-of-Second-
 and-Third-Person
 (b) Application-of-
 Taboo
 (2) Implicit Addressee
 (3) Conclusion
 b) Language-Depicting-the-Sex-
 Act
 (1) The Verbs
 (a) ¿¿,  ¿¿, o 
 and ¿¿¿
 (b) ¿-¿ 
 (c) ¿d¿
 (d) ¿¿¿
 (e) ¿¿ and ú¿¿O
 (2) The Purge Formula
 (3) Conclusion
 2) Selection-of-Laws,
 Identification-of-Women,
 Reiteration-of-Man-
 to-Whom-Woman-Belongs,
 Structure-of-the-
 Text
 a) Selection-of-Laws
 b) Identification-of-Women
 (1)  ú¿¿¿/ ú¿¿¿í
 (2) Identifying
 References
 c) Reiteration-of-the-Man-to-
 Whom-the-Woman-Belongs
 (1) Vss. 13-19 and Vss.
 28-29
 (2) Vss. 20-21 and Vss.
 23-27
 (3) Vs. 23:1
 (4) Conclusion
 d) Structure-of-the-Text
 (1) Macrosture
 (2) Microstructure
 (a) Preliminary
 Statements
 (b) Two Challenges
  . Vss. 13-21
 ¿. Vss. 23:1
 (c) Gradation
 Pattern
  . Nature-of-
 the-Bond
 ¿. Penalties
 a. Time-of-
 Infraction-and-Its-Discovery
 ¿. Guilt-of-
 Women/Harm-Done-to-the-Man
 ¿. Summary
 c. Conclusion
 4. Deut. 24:1-4
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Background
 2) Westbrook and Pressler
 a) Westbrook
 (1) The Proposal
 (2) The Critique
 (a) First Reason
  . First Point
 ¿. Second
 Point
 (b) Second Reason
 (c) Third Reason
 b) Pressler
 c. Conclusion
 5. Deut. 25:5-10
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Background
 2) Purpose of the Law
 a) Structure
 b) Four Factors
 (1) "And Brothers Dwell
 Together"
 (2) Establishing
 the Brother's Name;
Building up the Brother's House
 (a) "Title"
 (b) Progeny
 (3) Enter,
 Marry, ¿ í
 (a) Refusal
 and Requirement
  .
 Levir's Refusal
 ¿.
 Requirement to Marry
 a.
 Conclusion
 (b)
 h?¿l¿s?¿
 c) Conclusion
 3) Point-of-View
 4) "Single Legal Object"
 6. Deut. 27:20-23
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Structure
 2) Conceptualization of
 Women
 a) Point-of-View and
 Language-Depicting-the-Sex-Act
 (1) Point-of-
 View
 (2) Language-
 Depicting-the-Sex-Act
 b) Primary Concern
 (1) Vss. 15-26:
 The Curse Series
 (2) Vss. 20-23:
 The Sex Series
 (a)
 Discussion
 (b)
 Conclusion
 c. Summary
 7. Deut. 28:30
 a. Introduction
 b. Discussion
 1) Point-of-View
 2) Language-Depicting-the-
 Sex-Act
 a) Syntax
 b) ¿-¿¿
 3) Structure
 a) Vss. 1-69
 b) Vss. 20-46
 c) Vss. 30-33
 (1) Sexuality of
 the Woman as Property
 (2) Violence
 Against the Man
 c. Conclusion
III. Chapter 3: Comparative Analysis
 A. Introduction
 B. Discussion
 1. LST
 a. Nine Topics Occurring in the Sex
 Laws
 1) Menstruation
 2) Incest
 3) Adultery
 4) Homosexuality
 5) Bestiality
 6) Prostitution
 7) Rape
 8) Virginity
 9) Slaves and Captives
 10) Summary
 b. Genre Features
 1) Series
 2) Boundaries of Primary Concern
 3) Holiness Code/Priestly Writing
 c. Marginalization, Objectification and
 Focalization
 1) Marginalization
 2) Objectification
 3) Focalization
 a) Agent
 b) Property
 c) Agent and Property
 d. Synthesis
 2. DST
 a. Nine Topics Occurring in the Sex
 Laws
 1) Menstruation
 2) Incest
 3) Adultery
 4) Homosexuality
 5) Bestiality
 6) Prostitution
 7) Rape
 8) Virginity
 9) Slaves and Captives
 10) Summary
 b. Genre Features
 1) Series
 2) Boundaries of Primary Concern
 3) Holiness Code/Priestly Writing
 c. Marginalization, Objectification and
 Focalization
 1) Marginalization
 2) Objectification
 3) Focalization
 a) Agent
 b) Property
 c) Agent and Property
 d. Synthesis
 3. LST and DST
 a. Nine Topics Occurring in the Sex
 Laws
 1) Menstruation
 2) Incest
 3) Adultery
 4) Homosexuality
 5) Bestiality
 6) Prostitution
 7) Rape
 8) Virginity
 9) Slaves and Captives
 10) Summary
 b. Genre Features
 1) Series
 2) Boundaries of Primary Concern
 3) Holiness Code/Priestly Writing
 c. Marginalization, Objectification and
 Focalization
 1) Marginalization
 2) Objectification
 3) Focalization
 a) Agent
 b) Property
 c) Agent and Property
 d. Synthesis
IV. Chapter 4: Conclusion
 A. Woman
 1. Personhood
 2. Conceptualization
 B. Writers
 C. Method
 1. Immediate Implication
 a. First Set of Factors
 b. Second Set of Factors
 2. Extended Implications
Appendix
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. O.T. Leviticus -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. O.T. Deuteronomy -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Women in the Bible.
Sex in the Bible.
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. (Jewish law).
Jewish law.