Translators and students of Hebrew, in the 19th century, would have no reason to try to find some way to make the discussions of parentheses say, "parenthetical information is uneccessary and can be arbitrarily omitted."
They would have understood the discussions in the simplest, most logical way. They would not and did not try to impose your 20th century assumptions/presuppositions onto 19th century grammars!<end QUOTE>
Supercilious (smile) notwithstanding you are still trying to impose your 20th century assumptions/presuppositions onto a 19th century text!Sir, if you would be so kind, please cite any 19th century source that says that information placed in parentheses are a necessary part of the main sentence (smile).
IRC the only thing necessary in a sentence is a subject, verb, and a direct object.