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Aesthetics of religion [online] : a connective concept / ed. Alexandra K. Grieser, Jay Johnston

Contributor(s): GRIESER, Alexandra K [ed.] | JOHNSTON, Jay [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Religion and Reason: Publisher: [Boston] : De Gruyter, 2017Description: 1 resursă online (XIV, 492 p.).ISBN: 9783110461015.Subject(s): | DE-Teologie | | teologie | religie | studii religioase | istoria religiilor | studii culturale | filosofia religiei | cărți străine | cărți achiziții | cărți electroniceGenre/Form: resursă online Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil
Contents:
Frontmatter Foreword Table of Contents What is an Aesthetics of Religion? From the Senses to Meaning—and Back Again List of Figures
PART I. Fields and Topics Grasping the Formless in Stones: The Petromorphic Gods of the Hindu Pañcāyatanapūjā Religion, Literature, and the Aesthetics of Expressionism Screening the Father of Lights: Documentary Film and the Aesthetics of the Nonfictional in Contemporary Religion The Literary Aesthetics of Religious Narratives: Probing Literary-Aesthetic Form, Emotion, and Sensory Effects in Exodus 7–11
PART II. History and Politics Below the Horizon of Meaning: Figuration, Disfiguration, Transfiguration The Performative Knowledge of Ecstasy: Jane E. Harrison’s (1850–1928) Early Contestations of the Textual Paradigm in Religious Studies What Does a Reformed City Look Like? – Changes in Visible Religion During the Reformation in Bremen Standing, Not Walking – The Hieratic as a Key Term of an Anthropologically Based Aesthetics of Religion
PART III. Comparison and Transfer Blue Brains: Aesthetic Ideologies and the Formation of Knowledge Between Religion and Science Aesthetic Dimensions and Transformative Dynamics of Mimetic Acts: The Veneration of Habib-i Neccar Among Muslims and Christians in Antakya, Turkey Aestheticisation and the Production of (Religious) Space in Chennai Moving Religion by Sound: On the Effectiveness of the Nāda-Brahman in India and Modern Europe
PART IV. Concepts and Theories Esoteric Aesthetics: The Spiritual Matter of Intersubjective Encounter Aesthetics of Immersion: Collective Effervescence, Bodily Synchronisation and the Sensory Navigation of the Sacred The Governance of Aesthetic Subjects Through Body Knowledge and Affect Economies. A Cognitive-Aesthetic Approach Religion in the Flesh: Non-Reductive Materialism and the Ecological Aesthetics of Religion
PART V. In Conversation: Essays About the Connectivity of an Aesthetics of Religion Subjects and Sense-Making Consumer Culture and the Sensory Remodelling of Religion Social Aesthetics, Atmosphere and Proprioception Semiotics and Aesthetics: Historical and Structural Connections The Artificiality of Aesthetics: Making Connections on the Erie Canal
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Frontmatter Foreword Table of Contents What is an Aesthetics of Religion? From the Senses to Meaning—and Back Again List of Figures

PART I. Fields and Topics Grasping the Formless in Stones: The Petromorphic Gods of the Hindu Pañcāyatanapūjā Religion, Literature, and the Aesthetics of Expressionism Screening the Father of Lights: Documentary Film and the Aesthetics of the Nonfictional in Contemporary Religion The Literary Aesthetics of Religious Narratives: Probing Literary-Aesthetic Form, Emotion, and Sensory Effects in Exodus 7–11

PART II. History and Politics Below the Horizon of Meaning: Figuration, Disfiguration, Transfiguration The Performative Knowledge of Ecstasy: Jane E. Harrison’s (1850–1928) Early Contestations of the Textual Paradigm in Religious Studies What Does a Reformed City Look Like? – Changes in Visible Religion During the Reformation in Bremen Standing, Not Walking – The Hieratic as a Key Term of an Anthropologically Based Aesthetics of Religion

PART III. Comparison and Transfer Blue Brains: Aesthetic Ideologies and the Formation of Knowledge Between Religion and Science Aesthetic Dimensions and Transformative Dynamics of Mimetic Acts: The Veneration of Habib-i Neccar Among Muslims and Christians in Antakya, Turkey Aestheticisation and the Production of (Religious) Space in Chennai Moving Religion by Sound: On the Effectiveness of the Nāda-Brahman in India and Modern Europe

PART IV. Concepts and Theories Esoteric Aesthetics: The Spiritual Matter of Intersubjective Encounter Aesthetics of Immersion: Collective Effervescence, Bodily Synchronisation and the Sensory Navigation of the Sacred The Governance of Aesthetic Subjects Through Body Knowledge and Affect Economies. A Cognitive-Aesthetic Approach Religion in the Flesh: Non-Reductive Materialism and the Ecological Aesthetics of Religion

PART V. In Conversation: Essays About the Connectivity of an Aesthetics of Religion Subjects and Sense-Making Consumer Culture and the Sensory Remodelling of Religion Social Aesthetics, Atmosphere and Proprioception Semiotics and Aesthetics: Historical and Structural Connections The Artificiality of Aesthetics: Making Connections on the Erie Canal

Authors Biographies Index

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