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Author: Eric Ziolkowski

as a hallmark of human life. Together with reasoning and tool-making, which underlie the concepts of homo sapiens and homo faber , the religious and literary capacities alike are considered definitive aspects of human life—hence the term homo religiosus , coined by the British anthropologist R. R

In: Religion and Literature: History and Method
Author: Max Haas

outline of the leading approaches. (a) While living in exile, Ernst Cassirer (1874–1945) summarized the main thoughts of his great three-volume magnum opus Die Philosophie der symbolischen Formen for his American readership in a smaller volume entitled An Essay on Man . There we find a brief chapter

In: Von der Oralität zum SchriftBild

made me anticipate the possibility that he lived much longer, but the authorship of the drawing proves to be questionable. In this article I will present the known facts of the artist’s life and try to reconstruct his movements. This is followed by a discussion of works by or attributed to Willem

In: Oud Holland – Journal for Art of the Low Countries
Author: Tiziana Andina

representation, where the idea of a divinity appearing on stage and revealing itself through the bodies of those who venerate it publicly gives way to the idea of a divinity who is evoked through the capacity for representation of actors—actors who do not bring the divinity to life through their bodies but

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law
Author: Barbara Haeger

for living one's life, because they believed that man could be per- 139 fected by following Christ and living in accord- ance with His teachings (J. Bruyn, Rembrandts keuze van bijhelse onderwerpen, Utrecht 1959, p. 12). As a result of these changes in exegesis, what Je- romc called the mystical

In: Oud Holland – Journal for Art of the Low Countries
Author: Angela Condello

perspective of the singular artwork and jurisprudential case. Such a way of approaching normativity is familiar to the Western tradition of thought since the emergence of the first exemplary narratives, among which the life of Christ constitutes a paradigm of reference. Jesus Christ embodies a normativity

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law

technically obtained, are so axiologically important. From this point of view, nothing is more ordinary and yet more paradigmatic than a smartphone: indeed, it has outlined a new form of life, which we are living today in the documedia revolution, in the boom of documents and messages that characterize the

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law

. Juvenal’s criticism is not directed solely against the wealthy. He satirizes everyone who is so concerned with their worldly possessions that they go through life in a state of fear. Bosch’s traveler is not rich, but neither is he poor. Th e cumbersome pack on his back is large, he is fully clothed, a

In: Oud Holland – Journal for Art of the Low Countries

1 Introduction What motivated me to organize the symposium “Narratives in Motion. The Art of Dancing Stories in Antiquity and Beyond” was the detection of a research void concerning intermedial and multimodal narrative practices in Greek and Roman performance culture, and especially

In: Greek and Roman Musical Studies

long—it imaginatively resembles suffocating someone with a pillow. Under the outwardly innocent domestic activities, a profound aggression is hidden. The title sequence highlights the main theme of the series, that is, Dexter Morgan’s trials in adjusting to work and life within society. He hides his

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law