Religioossete tekstide tõlkimisest [Religious translation]

Jacobus Naudé
University of the Free State

tõlkija Maarja MeriojaTerje Loogus

Sisukord

Robinson (2000: 103–107) leiab, et religioossete tekstide tõlkimine on problemaatiline kolmest aspektist: staatus (kas religioosseid tekste võib või peab tõlkima? kuidas, millal, kelle jaoks ja milliste kaitsemeetmete või kontrolliga tuleks religioosseid tekste tõlkida?), sakraalsus (kas tõlgitud religioosne tekst on endiselt püha või on see pelgalt püha teksti „koopia“? mis on sakraalsus, milles see peitub või millest tuleneb ja kas seda saab kultuuride vahel üle kanda?) ja tekst (mis on religioosne tekst suulises kultuuris? millised on religioosse teksti piirid haritud kultuuris? kas tõlgitud teksti liturgiline kasutamine läheb arvesse?). Need põhiküsimused aitavad kontekstualiseerida tegevust kolme peamise monoteistliku religiooni – judaismi, kristluse ja islami – ning nende kolme keskse religioosse teksti – talmudi, piiblit ja koraani – tõlkimisel.

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