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  • Re: Significant Problems with the Bible Sense Lexicon

    This is actually incorrect as it stands. I think this was an issue of merging two languages. Conscience only has a Greek lemma, whereas conscience as expressed by kidneys has both Hebrew and Greek lemmas, and the Greek lemma there probably took the Hebrew hierarchy at some point. We will get this fixed. In general, we might say that conscience and conscience
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Tue, Oct 15 2013
  • Re: Significant Problems with the Bible Sense Lexicon

    Hi Mark, Thanks a lot for your feedback. We are glad to hear any time that someone is using the BSL, and hopefully we can help with or at least give some insight into some of these issues. On the data end I can respond to a couple of these points (1, 3, 5, and 6), but we will need to look more closely at points 2 and 4. For points 2 and 4 part of the
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Mon, Oct 14 2013
  • Re: Blog & the Bible Sense Lexicon

    Well, I am one of the people who has worked on this project. So, I at least hope I haven't illustrated your points really well .
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Wed, Aug 14 2013
  • Re: Blog & the Bible Sense Lexicon

    I think the blog post may have missed a distinction. So, maybe I can help a little. In order to get the shades of a word's meaning you need to approach the search box a little bit differently or use the Bible Word Study tool. The distinction is that when you enter English into the search box you are searching for a sense (or meaning) and not a word
    Posted to General by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Wed, Aug 14 2013
  • Re: Bible sense lexicon wiki page is now attached to the Bible Word Study

    As a brief reply to this thread, while English WordNet has provided theoretical foundations for Bible Sense Lexicon, where we believed the Hebrew and/or Greek hierarchy to be different we have not followed English WordNet (the same is true of definitions). Probably the best place to see this is in the case of the animal hierarchy, though there are a
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Thu, Dec 6 2012
  • Re: BIBLE SENSE LEXICON Tool

    I don't guess this would be the best place to mention my dissertation supervisor was the general editor on the Lexham Hebrew Interlinear. ::gives self 40 lashes::
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Mon, Nov 5 2012
  • Re: BIBLE SENSE LEXICON Tool

    Probably doesn't want to know because I'd likely be talking about Hebrew here.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Sun, Nov 4 2012
  • Re: BIBLE SENSE LEXICON Tool

    BSL does address the word-concept fallacy to some degree by suggesting that the meanings of words are only understood in relation to the meanings of other words. So, words are not isolated concepts. But, the aim of BSL was not specifically to address this fallacy. BSL is based on linguistic theory that has developed since Barr.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Sun, Nov 4 2012
  • Re: BIBLE SENSE LEXICON Tool

    Sean Boisen gives some explanation along with some idea of when he hopes other aspects of BSL will be available here: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/58208/414270.aspx#414270 My best one sentence summary is - once the sense concordance feature is available, the BSL will be a lexicon (definitions rather than glosses since glosses can be ambiguous
    Posted to Logos 5 by Jeremy Thompson (Faithlife) on Sat, Nov 3 2012
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