英 [i,kli:zi'æsti:z] 美
  • n. 传道书
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Ecclesiastes (n.)
c. 1300, name given to one of the Old Testament books, traditionally ascribed to Solomon, from Greek ekklesiastes (see ecclesiastic), to render Hebrew qoheleth "one who addresses an assembly," from qahal "assembly." The title is technically the designation of the speaker, but that word throughout is usually rendered into English as "The Preacher" (which Klein calls "erroneous," as the modern meaning of preacher is not synonymous with the Greek word).
1. So much for the mood. There are, however, also intellectual arguments in Ecclesiastes.
以心境而论是如此. 但《传道书》派的人仍然有纯智的论据.