Homeopathic physicians and proponents argue that vaccines interfere with our innate immune functioning, disturbing its subtle energetic, vitalistic
Reaching in the other direction, he makes reference to a work of the 1720s by John Quincy, whose theory of the nerves was iatromechanical rather than vitalistic
Nevertheless, and according to Braidotti's proposal of an optimistic and vitalistic
politics, the productive force of zoe, or life in its inhuman aspects, should be privileged in order to contest the arrogance of anthropocentrism (Braidotti, The Posthuman 139).
The four essential aspects identified are: the vitalistic
dimension, sacred dimension, relationality, and freedom and responsibility which have been identified as constituting the core elements of African personality discourse.
Brassier's cosmic reinscription of Freud's model [of the death drive] only manages to successfully eliminate the vitalistic
horizon implicit in the antihuman definition of capitalism proposed by Land.
For a time, starting in the nineteenth century, as Newman noted from within that period, surrogates for theology proclaimed speculations still less well-founded, because they sought, in alternatively mechanistic and vitalistic
ways, to reduce the reality of the human soul rather than, like theology, to try to explain how psychic and material realities can coexist in one cosmos.
To take one prominent example of performance theory's vitalistic
energy sits at the heart of being, plays a role in illness and distress.
This history of naturopathy details a system that, like other popular modalities of the nineteenth century, advocated a philosophy linking body, mind, and soul to an eclectic blend of intuitive and vitalistic
Even though he concedes that the Atlantic bridge provides Europe with "jets of restorative juice, vitalistic
enthusiasm and revelation in excesses of body and soul" (Atlantski most 9), he does not leave his national and cultural wellspring behind.
The organicistic and vitalistic
notion of the world is explicit here.
Tennant's new work, true to his liberal project, continued to develop his vitalistic
account of sin as merely another name for lingering animal impulses impeding, but not preventing, the advance of the human spirit.