Poetics Of The Flesh

Author: Mayra Rivera
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ISBN: 9780822359876
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She connects conversations about corporeality in theology, political theory, and continental philosophy to show the relationship between the ways ancient Christian thinkers and modern Western philosophers conceive of the "body" and "flesh ...

Made Flesh

Author: Kimberly Johnson
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812209400
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Made Flesh examines the ways in which the works of John Donne, George Herbert, Richard Crashaw, Edward Taylor, and other devotional poets explicitly engaged in issues of signification, sacrament, worship, and the ontological value of the ...

Poetics Of The Incarnation

Author: Cristina Maria Cervone
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812207475
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In Poetics of the Incarnation, Cristina Maria Cervone examines the work of fourteenth-century writers who, rather than approaching the mystery of the Incarnation through affective identification with the Passion, elected to ponder the ...

Creaturely Poetics

Author: Anat Pick
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231519854
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Exploring the "logic of flesh," or how art and culture use the body to mark species identity, Anat Pick reimagines a poetics that begins with the vulnerability of bodies, not the omnipotence of thought.

Cognitive Poetics

Author: Peter Stockwell
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134513275
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Cognitive poetics is a new way of thinking about literature, involving the application of cognitive linguistics and psychology to literary texts. This book is the first introductory text to this growing field.

Poetic Theology

Author: William A. Dyrness
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 080286578X
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Any and all activities that satisfy our fundamental need for play, for celebration, and for ritual, says William Dyrness, are inherently poetic and in Poetic Theology he demonstrates that all such activities are places where God is active ...

Sacramental Poetics At The Dawn Of Secularism

Author: Regina Mara Schwartz
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804779555
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Investigating the relationship of the arts to the sacred, Schwartz returns to the primary meaning of "sacramental" as "sign making," noting that because the sign always points beyond itself, it participates in transcendence, and this ...

The Wounded Body

Author: Dennis Patrick Slattery
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791443828
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Spanning a range in Western literature which is remarkable for its depth as well
as breadth, Slattery weaves a text that offers original insights into the poetics of
the flesh. Each reader, I am certain, will find a favorite chapter within this weave, ...