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In Index of Subjects Zand 98Zaydiyya 242zeal (himma) 408zodiac (signs of) 272, 729, 738zodiacal sphere 266, 272, 729zoology 717-718Zoroastrian(s), Zoroastrianism 100, 112, 245, 260...

Der versöhnte Blick und die Gabe des Anderen

Eine ästhetische relecture der Erbsünde

Florian Klug

Erlösung und Erbsünde – Eine Verhältnisbestimmung mit den Kategorien von Ästhetik, Erotik, Ironie und Narzissmus.
Das Buch stellt sich der Frage, wie Erlösung aktuell verstanden werden kann und welchen theologischen Gehalt die Erbsündenthematik dafür bereitstellt. Von der philosophischen Theorie der Subjektwerdung aus geht die Analyse auf die Gnade als lebendige Begegnung mit dem dreieinen Gott im menschlichen Gegenüber und in den sakramentalen Feiern ein. Anschließend kann das gelungene Menschsein als heteronome Selbstwerdung in Gemeinschaft bestimmt werden. Als zentrale Kategorien der Analyse dienen hierfür Ästhetik, Ironie, Erotik und Narzissmus, um daran eine relecture der Erbsünde vorzunehmen, die der erlösenden Heilstat Christi stete Priorität einräumt.

Rocío Raña-Risso and Carolina Barrera-Tobón

linguistic effects. Most researchers in language contact agree that the lexicon is the linguistic element most permeable to external influence in situations of language contact ( Sankoff, 2002 ; Silva-Corvalán, 2001 ), and whether other linguistic domains are subject to similar influence is a central debate


Edited by Karl Simms

This volume contains nineteen essays — eighteen here presented for the first time — exploring the question of subjectivity as seen from an ethical perspective. Part I concerns the phenomenological development of Cartesianism and the concept of narrative identity, with essays addressing Levinas' idea of the Other, Ricoeur's Christianisation of Levinas, and Dennet's concept of folk psychology. Part II concerns the experience of reading ethically, as mediated through genealogy and psychoanalysis. The essays address the discourses of philosophy, psychoanalysis, film and literature, and are informed by Nietzsche, Freud, Foucault and Lacan among others. The volume will interest philosophers and critical theorists. Karl Simms provides comprehensive introductions to each of the parts, making the book accessible to informed general readers with an interest in cultural studies.

Herbert A. Giles

The Glossary was designed primarily as a key to an understanding of the terms and terminology employed in Anglo-Chinese society at the turn of the twentieth century. It covers subjects as diverse as the origin of words (such as 'amok' and 'chop'), practices such as footbinding, consideration of the thoughts of Confucius, and many other items of interest and information. Against each entry the equivalent Chinese characters are given. First published in 1878, a third edition appeared in 1900.

Rune L. Mølbak

Introduction to a Phenomenology of the Event According to Martin Heidegger (1938/1999), the event ( Ereignis ) is an original moment of making two things into what they are by virtue of each other. According to this idea, the subject (or the person) does not possess its own ground, but

Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia,

Document information DOI: 10.1163/ej.LAOS_9789004191174_310-313 Pages in print edition: 310-313 6. Subject Index UN Convention on the Law of the Sea Commentary 1982 Online Publication Editor: Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia Brill | Nijhoff, Leiden | Boston, 2013 e

Rudolf Bernet

The Traumatized Subject RUDOLF BERNET Husserl-Archief te Leuven To the memory of André Schuwer Already for more than a century, the subject has recurrently died and come to life again upon the stage of philosophical thought. Even if it is incontest- able that in the history of these reversals

Hoesch, Nicola (Munich)

, art-theoretical texts and literature from ancient Greece relating to the painting of historical subjects do not permit a precise definition of ancient historical painting, in analogy to the modern term...

In Index of Subjects fable 673, 752faculty, faculties (cf. also power[s], soul, part[s] of) 315, 582, 590     appetitive, concupiscible 84, 301, 323, 338, 399, 400, 405, 456, 466, 468, 480, 579, 613     appetitive (nuzūʿiyya) 579, 613     appetitive (šahwiyya, ἐπιθυμητικόν) 323     attractive