A popular form of abjection
, having an element of pride.
But his love of me is wonderful; I go further: I, who sicken and freeze at the mere thought of him, when I recall the abjection
and passion of this attachment, and when I know how he fears my power to cut him off by suicide, I find it in my heart to pity him.
It would mean that the agent of his shame - for his shame was the deep abjection
- was once more at large and in general possession; and what glared him thus in the face was the act that this would determine for him.
Professor Damer demonstrates how the three poets create a prominent aesthetic of corporeal abjection
and imperfection, associating the body as much with blood, wounds, and corporeal disintegration as with elegance, refinement, and sensuality.
It shows an abjection
of responsibility to his duties to the people of Wales and avoids scrutiny by the AMs.
Film, English, history, and other scholars from Australia, North America, and the UK discuss the various roles elderly characters play in horror cinema: feisty senior citizens in Bubba Ho-Tep, The Devil-Doll, Don't Breathe, and Rabid Grannies; the relationship between the elderly and abjection
in The Visit, The Taking of Deborah Logan, The Shining, and Skeleton Key, as well as aging women in horror film; how the aged in horror films are made strange, uncanny, and terrifying in Drag Me to Hell, Countess Dracula, Psycho II, and The Visit; elders attempting to fight back against aging in Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Hunger, The Brotherhood of Satan, and American Horror Story; and aging characters empowered or trapped by their knowledge in Ghost Story, The Cabinet of Dr.
The topic of abjection
and agency in global East Asian cinema seems especially befitting to our mission statement of globalism from below for a variety of reasons, not least of which is the fact that it draws together marginalized voices of East Asian cinema scholars from around the world--U.S., U.K., Japan, South Korea, China--in a discussion of what is collectively referred to as monolithic, global East Asian cinema, hut what in reality are marginalized non-Hollywood "cinemas" Particularly poignant is the fact that in the spirit of global democraticization, the discussion is about the emergence of the abject and abject agency in global East Asian cinemas, a powerful "East Asian" translation of the "First World" French feminist Julia Kristeva's concept of the abject.
(5) Decades later Julia Kristeva's concept of abjection
brings some of these visceral impressions together into a more structurally cohesive psychoanalytic explanation.
That is, the realization of complete abjection
generates a residual hope-beyond-hopelessness: as Augustine and Calvin emphasized, it is only by recognizing the full extent of one's depravity and abandoning the idea that salvation can be earned that mercy may become possible.
"This issue (the terrorist attack in Ahwaz) does not show any power but it shows abjection
and is another part of the ISIL acts in Iraq and Syria, martyring innocent people who are not in a defensive and military position," Rear Admiral Fadavi told FNA on Saturday.
The following chapters follow through on themes introduced in this one, principally intertextuality, abjection
, and haunting.
It is a story of lost love and reconciliation, trauma and healing, abjection