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De la confiance à la guerre eschatologique : normativités compétitrices et légitimation politique en Judée séleucide et romaine (200 av. J. C. – 70 apr. J. C.)

Abstract : Using the concept of “normativities” already in use in Humanities and other Social Sciences to define groups’ conceptions of what is (or should be) the socio-political norm, this paper aims to highlight the plurality of cosmogonic, political, and theocratic views of the Jews yet before the Seleucid conquest of Jerusalem in 200 BCE. The cognitive elements are used to show the importance, in each milieu, of erecting, maintaining, instrumentalizing, or, on the contrary, preventing the relations of trust between the individuals and the powers to legitimize (or delegitimize) the present order. This grid of analysis makes it possible to show that Roman domination did not shatter ancient Judaism, for it had long since been profoundly plural. The Roman domination only facilitated their irremediable separation.
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Michaël Girardin. De la confiance à la guerre eschatologique : normativités compétitrices et légitimation politique en Judée séleucide et romaine (200 av. J. C. – 70 apr. J. C.). Judaïsme ancien/Ancient Judaism, Brepols, 2020, 8, pp.249-289. ⟨hal-03545089⟩

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