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Conjunctions of mind, soul and body from Plato to the Enlightenment

Author: Danijela Kambasković-Sawers
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, ©2014.
Series: Studies in the history of philosophy of mind, 15.
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Conjunctions of Mind, Soul and Body from Plato to the Enlightenment


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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Danijela Kambasković-Sawers
ISBN: 9789401790710 940179071X
OCLC Number: 894125166
Description: xviii, 421 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword.- Introduction.- Conjunction 1: Text and Self-Perception.- Chapter 1. Body vs. Soul, Text vs. Interpretation in Michael Psellos; Graeme Miles.- Chapter 2. Murdering Souls and Killing Bodies: Understanding Spiritual and Physical Sin in Late-Medieval English Devotional Works; Philippa Maddern.- Chapter 3. `Adam, you are in a Labyrinth': The First-Person Voice as The Nexus Between Body and Spirit in the Chronicle of Adam Usk; Alicia Marchant.- Chapter 4. The Thin End of The Wedge: Self, Body and Soul in Rembrandt's Kenwood Self-Portrait; Richard Read.- Conjunction 2: Emotion.- Chapter 5. Grief and Desire, Body and Soul in Gregory of Nyssa's Life of Saint Macrina; Michael Champion.- Chapter 6. `Variable Passions': Shakespeare's Mixed Emotions; Bob White.- Chapter7. Subtle Persuasions: The Memory of Bodily Experience as a Rhetorical Device in Francis Bacon's Parliamentary Speeches; Daniel Derrin.- Chapter 8. Lessons in Music, Lessons in Love; Katherine Wallace.-Conjunction 3: Sex.- Chapter 9. Sex and Spirituality Among the Carolingians; William Schipper.- Chapter 10. On the Bridling of the Body and Soul of Heloise, the `Chaste Whore'; Laura French Moran.- Chapter 11. Keeping Body and Soul Together: Jean le Fevre and Sexuality; Karen Pratt.- Chapter 12. Paul, Augustine, and Marital Sex in Guilielmus Estius' Scriptural Commentaries; Wim Francois.- Chapter 13. The Ageing of Love: The Waning of Love's Power; Danijela Kambaskovic-Sawers.- Chapter 14. Quaint Knowledge: A "Body-Mind" Pattern Across Shakespeare's Career; Laurence Johnson.- Conjunction 4: Material Souls.- Chapter 15. Tears in Ancient and Early Modern Physiology: Petrus Petitus and Niels Stensen; Manfred Horstmanshoff.- Chapter 16. Alchemy and The Body/Mind Question in The Work of John Donne; Michael Ovens.- Chapter 17. `Among The Rest Of The Senses....Proued Most Sure': Ethics of the Senses in Early Modern Europe; Danijela Kambaskovic-Sawers.- Chapter 18. The Material Soul: Strategies for Naturalising the Soul in an Early Modern Epicurean Context; Charles T. Wolfe and Michaela van Esveld.
Series Title: Studies in the history of philosophy of mind, 15.
Responsibility: Danijela Kambaskovic, editor.


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