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Human translations - Traductor traditor
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- Translation contributions are thus welcome and could be made available progressively on quies.org.
- We aim for serious exegetical literal translations; sacrificing the pitfalls of literary translatory reinterpretation, to the necessity of exactitude, and spiritual-theological fidelity, to Saint Bruno's, the Carthusian Order's, experienced charism and original texts. Emulation of the exegetical methodology applied by Émile Osty, p.s.s., might be a sound example of an approach to the human translations, of our documentation.
- Le chanoine Émile Osty a été qualifié de «génie de la traduction». (Wikipedia)
- Selon un texte de présentation des différentes versions de la Bible disponibles en français de l'Alliance biblique française : « La remarquable traduction réalisée par le chanoine Émile Osty, représente plus de vingt-cinq ans d’un minutieux labeur. En cours de route, Osty a fait appel à Joseph Trinquet, professeur au grand séminaire de Paris. Cette traduction respecte « jusqu’au scrupule » les textes originaux hébreux, araméens et grecs. Étant l’œuvre d’une seule personne, elle se caractérise par sa grande cohérence : une même expression dans la langue originale est rendue par une même expression en français. Très précise, cette traduction s’efforce aussi de respecter les genres littéraires présents dans les livres bibliques. Utilisant toutes les ressources de la langue française, elle cherche à rendre le côté pittoresque de l’original. D’abondantes introductions et notes techniques font de la Bible Osty-Trinquet un remarquable outil pour l’exégèse. »
- La Bible Osty, Avant-propos
- "Il y a certaines traductions que l'on considère comme une interprétation" (There are certain translations that we consider as an interpretation). Into Great Silence monks exchange during the Sunday afternoon recreation (at 1H20-21)
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- In the spirit of the 11 guidelines, this website is ..."a means to help some people develop their spiritual life, in the example and with the help of Saint Bruno, must be cleansed:
a. Avoid unnecessary chatter and discussions that are far from the aim of the CLC.
b. The ecumenical openness must be conducted according to the norms of the Church and you will exclude any tendency to religious syncretism.
c. You also avoid to compromise with pressure groups of ideas either integrist or avant-gardist. To the spiritual path in accordance with Saint Bruno, is appropriate great sobriety and modesty, remote from any controversy.
d. We progress, all together, in the respect of the Magisterium of the Church." (Gd 9)
- This Quies SBPCLC project, is a collegial ongoing work; fruit of the precious collaboration, and prayers of many Anawim, in Christ.
- Our Lady of Good Counsel; Saint Bruno; the Carthusians; specially the individual founders of the CLC , the IFSB/SBLC administrators; benefactors and contributors; are gratefully remembered in our prayer intentions.
- "Calling his disciples to him, Jesus said, "Truly I tell you, this poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others." Mark 12:43
- "I sent you to reap what you have not worked for. Others have done the hard work, and you have reaped the benefits of their labor." John 4:38
- "If I have seen further it is by standing on ye sholders of Giants." Isaac Newton
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