6 edition of The Corporeal Turn found in the catalog.
by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
In The Corporeal Imagination, Patricia Cox Miller argues instead that ancient Christianity took a material turn between the fourth and seventh centuries. During this period, Miller contends, there occurred a major shift in the ways in which the human being was oriented in relation to the divine, a shift that reconfigured the relationship. "The Corporeal Imagination" is a groundbreaking investigation into the theological poetics of material substance in late ancient Christian texts. From hagiographies to literary descriptions of sacred paintings to treatises on relics and theurgy, Professor Miller examines a wide variety of ancient texts to reveal how Christian writers.
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Buy The Corporeal Turn by John Tambornino from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: John Tambornino. Theology in the flesh: exploring the corporeal turn from a southern African perspective is inspired by the book of George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, Philosophy in the flesh. The embodied mind and its challenge to Western thought (), who define “philosophy in the flesh” as a way to see how our physical being and all the things we encounter Cited by: 4.
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The Corporeal Turn is such a book -- a truly remarkable piece of scholarship and analysis written The Corporeal Turn book in her own, inimitable style.
Maxine Sheets-Johnstone holds a mirror up to Nature and shows how, by making the familiar strange, a whole new science of human experience ― grounded in animation and dynamics ― becomes by: In The Corporeal Turn, John Tambornino offers a thorough rethinking of ethical and political theory by emphasizing human embodiment, and the primacy of passion and need, in response to the neglect of these matters in much of contemporary nino calls for The Corporeal Turn book 'corporeal turn' or, as he explains, sustained attention to human embodiment―something that is often occluded when priority Cited by: 9.
Later chapters critically examine key theoretical and methodological issues posed by the thesis, Sheets-Johnstone demonstrates in detail how and why a corporeal turn in philosophy and the human sciences can yield insights no less extraordinary than those produced by the linguistic by: Rather, the corporeal turn has intensified interest in text and offered new ways to think about text as a social, corporeal, and material practice.
If anything, text is : Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett. THE CORPOREAL TURN—KIRSHENBLATT-GIMBLETT interaction of Jews with their neighbors.
Third, the questionable outcome is a shift from ‘‘the People of the Book’’ to the ‘‘People of the Body.’’16 To save Jewish identity from the new Jewish studies, Roskies calls for a.
the corporeal turn may constantly be seen to pause, deliberate, and resolve’and followed that observation with the comment, ‘It is a significant fact, that theAuthor: Maxine Sheets-Johnstone. The corporeal turn An interdisciplinary reader Maxine Sheets-Johnstone.
The purpose of The Corporeal Turn is to document in a single text the impressive array of investigations possible with respect to the body and bodily life, and to show that, whatever the specific topic being examined, it is a matter of fathoming and elucidating complex and subtle structures of animate meaning.
Get this from a library. The corporeal turn: an interdisciplinary reader. [Maxine Sheets-Johnstone] -- 'The Corporeal Turn' documents the impressive array of investigations possible with respect to the body and bodily life, and shows that, whatever the specific topic being examined, it is a matter of.
THE CORPOREAL TURN-KIRSHENBLATT-GIMBLETT interaction of Jews with their neighbors. Third, the questionable outcome is a shift from "the People of the Book" to.
The Corporeal Turn is such a book — a truly remarkable piece of scholarship and analysis written beautifully in her own, inimitable style. Maxine Sheets-Johnstone holds a mirror up to Nature and shows how, by making the familiar strange, a whole new science of human experience — grounded in animation and dynamics — becomes : Maxine Sheets-Johnstone.
Corporeal may refer to. Matter (corporeal, or actual, physical substance or matter), generally considered to be a substance (often a particle) that has rest mass and (usually) also volume; Body, of or relating to the body; Corporeal (Altar Linen) A term devised by Harry Partch to describe his philosophy of musical theatre; Corporeal mime; Corporeal punishment.
Combining phenomenological analysis with dance and performance analysis and affect theory, A Theatre of Affect: The Corporeal Turn in Samuel Beckett's Drama takes stock of the various ways in which the body in Samuel Beckett's drama participates in the affective ecology of performance.
Affect is here located in the materiality of the body and discussed in relation to the symbolic. Introduction: The Corporeal Turn --Locating the Body: Corporeality and Politics in Hannah Arendt --A Direction in Being: Embodiment and Teleology in Charles Taylor --The Corporeality of Thought: The Primacy of the Body in Friedrich Nietzsche --Self-Conscious Materialism: Freedom and Thought in Stuart Hampshire --Conclusion: The Return of.
The corporeal turn is envisioned as an ever-expanding, continuous, and open-ended spiral of inquiry in which deeper and deeper understandings are forged, understandings that in each instance themselves call out for deeper and deeper inquiries. The first thirteen essays have Cited by: Ultimately, the corporeal turn consists of an inclusion of the lived experiences and spaces of people who play games while also maintaining a focus on game texts and what appears on game screens.
Gaming offers a novel paradigm of study in which interactivity invites the locus of study into the behaviors and interactions of players and by: 3. In this book, Grosz introduces a program for a corporeal feminism, developed in a critical dialogue with two separate parties.
On the one hand, she discusses theories of the body and corporeality as they appear in certain strands of philosophy, psychoanalysis and cultural theory, focusing on theorists previously mentioned, such as Freud, Lacan.
Flesh Cinema: The Corporeal Turn in American Avant-Garde Film explores the groundbreaking representation of the body in experimental films of the s and s. Focusing on sexually explicit films by Andy Warhol, Barbara Rubin, Stan Brakhage, Carolee Schneemann, Yoko Ono and Paul Sharits, this book demonstrates how experimental cinema not only transformed American visual.
The Corporeal Turn by John Tambornino,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2). corporeal turn in Jewish textual studies, it does not represent the full potential for a corporeal turn in Jewish Studies more broadly conceived, a topic to which I will return.
What is new in “the new Jewish Book Award On the one side is the “Berkeley school” (or, California school, to include. The corporeal turn; an interdisciplinary reader. Sheets-Johnstone, Maxine. Imprint Academic pages $ Paperback B We are our bodies.
Our muscles, bones, and organs propel us, figuratively and literally, through time and space. The body. "The Corporeal Imagination is a thoughtful, sophisticated, and fascinating book. It is important and delightful reading, a skillful interpretation that makes vivid a central problematic on which Christian belief and practice depend, namely, the simultaneous establishment of the nonnegotiable difference of matter and the holy and the perennial.The dominant discourse surrounding the teaching of writing focuses on texts and thoughts, words and ideas, as though these entities existed apart from the bodies of teachers, writers, audiences, communities.
As a discipline, broadly speaking, we in.And corporeal to incorporeal turn. For know, whatever was created, needs To be sustained and fed: Of elements The grosser feeds the purer, earth the sea, Earth and the sea feed air, the air those fires Ethereal, and as lowest first the moon; Whence in her visage round those spots, unpurged Vapours not yet into her substance turned.