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Material Christianity : Western Religion and the Agency of Things / edited by Christopher Ocker, Susanna Elm
(Sophia Studies in Cross-cultural Philosophy of Traditions and Cultures. ISSN:22111107 ; 32)

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1st ed. 2020.
出版者 (Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer)
出版年 2020
大きさ XXV, 249 p. 57 illus., 30 illus. in color : online resource
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一般注記 Chapter 1. Introduction (Susanna Elm) -- Chapter 2. Cimabue’s True Cross in Arezzo: the Challenge of Materiality in Christian Art (Henrike Lange) -- Chapter 3. Pieter Bruegel, God, and Ingold's Dwelling Perspective (Reindert Falkenburg) -- Chapter 4. Resacralizing the Media of Grace (Christopher Ocker) -- Chapter 5. San Diego de Pamatácuaro: A Mountain Shrine in 16th Century Mexico (Martin Nesvig) -- Chapter 6. Vegetarianism and Edible Matters in Early Modern England (Sam Robinson) -- Chapter 7. Puritanism and Refinement in Early New England: Reflections on Communion Silver (Mark Peterson) -- Chapter 8. Saints, Stones, and Spirit: Enacting Pilgrimage at the El Retiro San Iñigo Labyrinth (Kathryn Barush) -- Chapter 9. Pantheist Monstrosities: On Race, Gender, Divinity, and Dirt (Mary-Jane Rubinstein) -- Chapter 10. Panentheism, and its place in the history of religion (Raphael Lataster)
This collection of essays offers a series of rigorously focused art-historical, historical, and philosophical studies that examine ways in which materiality has posed and still poses a religious and cultural problem. The volume examines the material agency of objects, artifacts, and environments: art, ritual, pilgrimage, food, and philosophy. It studies the variable "senses” of materiality, the place of materiality in the formation of modern Western religion, and its role in Christianity’s dialogue with non-Western religions. The essays present new interpretations of religious rites and outlooks through the focus on their material components. They also suggest how material engagement theory - a new movement in cultural anthropology and archeology - may shed light on the cultural history of Christianity in medieval and early modern Europe and the Americas. It thus fills an important lacuna in the study of western religion by highlighting the longue durée, from the Middles Ages to the Modern Period, of a current dilemma, namely the divide between materialistic and what might broadly be called hermeneutical or cultural-critical approaches to religion and human subjectivity
HTTP:URL=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-32018-8
著者標目 Ocker, Christopher editor
Elm, Susanna editor
SpringerLink (Online service)
件 名 LCSH:Religion—Philosophy
LCSH:Christianity
LCSH:Europe—History
LCSH:America—History
FREE:Philosophy of Religion
FREE:Christianity
FREE:European History
FREE:History of the Americas
分 類 LCC:BL51
DC23:210
書誌ID 8000282173
ISBN 9783030320188

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