The Hermeneutics Of Medicine And The Phenomenology Of Health

Author: F. Svenaeus
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Transcendence and coherence are an ongoing process of mutual support. They
are so to say two sides of the same coin. Through coherent transcendence one
develops a coherent self.” Lack in transcendence always implies some lack in
coherence, but in most cases of illness the transcendence preserves the kind of
coherence necessary for being the transcendence of one coherent self. Some
mental illnesses would however provide us with the extreme case of a
transcendence that ...

Finding Meaning In The Experience Of Dementia

Author: Elizabeth MacKinlay
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We will examine the data for examples of transcendence and also for examples
of lack of transcendence. Gerotranscendence in dementia The concept of
gerotranscendence (Tornstam 1999/2000, 2005) as a means of considering
ageing and dementia may provide a valuable new lens for viewing the person
with dementia. Tornstam has identified a process of disengagement, increasing
reflection and contemplation that seems to occur in many older people as they
become frailer.

Affectivity And The Social Bond

Author: Dr Tiina Arppe
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Whereas marginal transcendence is connected to the explanatory meta-level
from which Girard approaches the question concerning the birth of the symbolic (
the transcendental break which produces the first significant difference in his
theory), deviated ... on the one hand, a growing amount of ever more cruel and
blind violence, on the other hand an increasing indifference and tolerance of
mimetic phenomena (hence, a growing cultural homogenization and lack of

Being And The Between

Author: William Desmond
Publisher: SUNY Press
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For there is a deeper significance to equivocity than that related to erotic desire,
as normally understood. Equivocity applies to the very eros of human self-
transcendence, an indeterminate restlessness of which erotic desire, normally
understood, is only one determination. Erotic transcendence here names the self-
surpassing movement of the human being beyond its own lack, towards its own
possible wholeness. Wholeness here is not narcissistic satisfaction that never
really breaks ...

Salvation And Modernity

Author: Fredrik Fällman
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Focus on Christianity also implies a criticism of traditional Chinese value systems
, and in particular Confucianism that many claim to lack transcendence. The
traditional responsibility of Chinese intellectuals to 'save the country' is also a
factor that Cultural Christians have difficulties avoiding. Implications deals with
these questions, and also issues of identity, ethics and politics. The introduction
of Christian theology and values into Chinese academia is also a way of creating
greater ...

Manifesto Of The Critical Theory Of Society And Religion 3 Vols

Author: Rudolf Siebert
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... mann 2004: 236-478; heer 1967: 323-333; petuchowski 1956: 543-549).
Prometheus Theology however, in the perspective of the dialectical religiology,
religious faith can be a corrective against the defeatism or hubris, despair or
abstract utopianism of autonomous reason only if it liberates itself from its own
lack of transcendence, its own deficiency of conversion, confession, and
reconciliation, its own biologism, its own positivism, its own naturalism, its own
lack of the courage to be, ...

Transcendence And Beyond

Author: John D. Caputo
Publisher: Indiana University Press
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''What do I still lack?'' (Matthew 19:20). What indeed does he lack? Strictly
speaking, he lacks nothing—except, precisely, having nothing: Owning nothing
and keeping nothing outside of Christ himself (''Come, follow me''); which means
becoming one with God through Christ, becoming holy like him (''If you would be
perfect . . .'' Matthew 19:21); and thus fulfilling the highest commandment, ''You
shall therefore be holy, for I am holy'' (Leviticus 11:45; 19:2), in the form in which
Christ ...

Adventures Of The Symbolic

Author: Warren Breckman
Publisher: Columbia University Press
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Postmodernism, so this narrative runs, no longer proclaims the work's autonomy,
self-sufficiency, transcendence, and fulfillment of desire, but rather it speaks of
the work's contingency, insufficiency, lack of transcendence, and perpetual
frustration. Readers may well have been wondering if, when the post-Marxist
theorists insist on the failure of representation, they are in fact expressing an
allegorical, rather than symbolic sensibility. As I argued in chapter 1, however,
the Romantics ...

The Great Awakening

Author: David R. Loy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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