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Therefore, Williams argues that the diverse sources cannot be easily reduced to a "value reversal" or inverse exegesis and proposes new approaches or models, e.g., the notion of a Biblical Demiurgical as "typology for organizing several religious innovations and new religious movements" (King, 2003, p.
By this thinking, ,,dialectical negation is existential, it operates in things, marking the death process as well as the birth process, it has a demiurgical function" (Botezatu 1973).
(13) Here was an existential drama--a drama of a presence that risks not being into the world [esserci nel mondo] and that, for the sake of being in some way [esserci in qualche modo], redeems itself through the mythical articulation of an emerging chaos and the restorative and rectifying powers of demiurgical action--that corresponded precisely to the drama studied in my II mondo magico, (14) This drama, however, manifested itself with ever-increasing obviousness as the drama of beings rejected by "history," kept supine in a condition of radical alienation, humiliated by a world that is not "theirs." Hour by hour, day by day, and down through the ages and generations, they have accumulated the pain of this humiliation.
Book, share one psychic mind and they can be seen as physical appearances of one demiurgical being.