According to tradition they were dictated by God to Moses, but when modern critical scholarship began to be applied to the Bible it was discovered that the Pentateuch was not the unified text one would expect from a single author. The Yahwist and Elohist described a primitive, spontaneous and personal world, in keeping with the earliest stage of Israel's history; in Deuteronomy he saw the influence of the prophets and the development of an ethical outlook, which he felt represented the pinnacle of Jewish religion; and the Priestly source reflected the rigid, ritualistic world of the priest-dominated post-exilic period. The or Pentateuch is collectively the first five books of the Bible: , , , , and. There is a growing recognition that Genesis developed apart from the Exodus stories until joined to it by the Priestly writer. The supplementary hypothesis was better able to explain this unity: it maintained that the Torah was made up of a central core document, the Elohist, supplemented by fragments taken from many sources. This article is in a list format that may be better presented using. Accounts for the structural consistency of the Pentateuch better than the fragmentary approach, the central core explaining its unity of theme and structure, the fragments embedded in this its diversity of language and style.
Deuteronomy continues to be seen as having had a history separate from the first four books, and that this historigraphic tradition is continued with the books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel, and Kings as Deuteronomistic history. Editors are also authors, creating original narrative and interpretation. The study also supported that some, especially men, view relationships as a marketplace. Instead, users tend to contact people who are more attractive than themselves. Longer exposure may have changed the attraction ratings. In Schipper, Bernd; Teeter, D.
Data science presents an interesting crossroads for social research. The evidence is mixed in the realm of romantic attraction and mate selection. Greatest weakness is the role of the redactors editors , who seem to function as a to explain away difficulties. You then make as many draws as you want and use these to return the desired data. These theorems include constructs of nonverbal expression, perceived similarity, liking, information seeking, and intimacy, and their correlations to one another. The remainder is called collectively non-Priestly, a grouping which includes both pre-Priestly and post-Priestly material. The majority of scholars today continue to recognise Deuteronomy as a source, with its origin in the law-code produced at the court of as described by De Wette, subsequently given a frame during the exile the speeches and descriptions at the front and back of the code to identify it as the words of Moses.
In Saeboe, Magne; Ska, Jean Louis; Machinist, Peter. Anything callable really to create a new strategy that works by drawing those arguments then passing them to the function to give you that example. However, although people might ideally want a partner with highly desirable features, they might not possess enough desirable attributes themselves to be able to attract that individual. Of its constituent sources, Deuteronomy is generally dated between the 7th and 5th centuries; there is much discussion of the unity, extent, nature, and date of the material. Self-perception and perception of the partner were included in the first round of the study; however, in the later rounds they were removed, as partners not only rated themselves unrealistically high, but their partners even higher. People tend to seek out partners of a similar level of social desirability, not just in terms of physical attractiveness but also in terms of other qualities, like intelligence and personality.
The participant usually chose the person rated as most attractive; however, the study has very flawed ecological validity as the relationship was certain, and in real life people wouldn't be certain hence are still more likely to choose someone of equal attractiveness to avoid possible rejection. The questionnaire included ratings of how satisfied the couples appear in their current relationship, their potential marital satisfaction, how likely is it that they will break up and how likely it is that they will be good parents. The attractive woman was also rated as more satisfied currently and marital in the attractive couple. The statistical evidence is overwhelming that the conjecture is true, but that's not a proof. Instead, participants were randomly paired, except no man was paired with a taller woman. Persia and Torah: The Theory of Imperial Authorization of the Pentateuch.
This is often researched in the form of. During the initial phase of relationship formation, when two people have not yet become good friends or committed partners, they assess the extent to which they resemble one another in demographic background, values and interests, personality, and other characteristics. Additionally, the unattractive male was rated as more satisfied currently and marital than the attractive female in the non-matching couple. If the partnership is weak, an individual may devalue it if they have many friends of the opposite sex who are more attractive. Wellhausen's documentary hypothesis owed little to Wellhausen himself but was mainly the work of Hupfeld, , Graf, and others, who in turn had built on earlier scholarship. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Wellhausen's explanation of the formation of the Torah was also an explanation of the religious history of Israel. You can help by to prose, if. People with higher ratings were found to have more harsh judgment of their dates. The fact that people tend to end up with romantic partners who resemble them, however, does not necessarily mean that they prefer similar over dissimilar mates. Fragmentary The combination of a large number of short texts. This is exactly why collaborations between industry and academia are important—research centers like Walmart Labs and Target labs are eager to work with academic researchers who can bring the tools and knowledge of data science and complex social systems to bear on industrial experiments.
It was also found that both men and women were more satisfied with their dates if their dates had high levels of attractiveness. These documentary approaches were in competition with two other models, the fragmentary and the supplementary. In Berlin, Adele; Brettler, Marc Zvi. He accepted Hupfeld's four sources and, in agreement with Graf, placed the Priestly work last. Instead, alliances between academia and industry help researchers understand fundamental social processes, leaving everyone better off. With the advent of online dating sites, researchers suddenly had a wealth of relationship data at their fingertips, and data science offered them the tools to look at this large-scale data with a critical eye. People contacted others who were significantly more attractive than they were.