En el cristianismo, encontramos mas bien un doble vaciamiento (alteracion) --y teologicamente formulado, una doble kenosis--del sentido: kenosis
de la cruz, pero tambien, antes de la cruz, kenosis
de la encarnacion de Dios en la finitud de un ser humano.
- Bogdanov (2005) indicates that evangelical Kenosis
is also ostranenie - naturally his discourse was based on this related part of Holy Bible, "but emptied himself, taking the form of a servant" (Philippians 2:5-8) and he explains: "the astonishment decision of the son of God to become "just like one of us" is revealed in order to demonstrate the overwhelming power of love.
This is a kenosis
that strips my ego of its crutches and illusions.
His coming down as a human being, letting go of his being equal with God, his self-emptying (kenosis
) shows his splendor.
Nihilism-In-Tension: A Theology of Kenosis
as a Response to Some Nihilistic Inclinations in the Context of Contemporary Slovakia
Claudia Carbonell explicita la familiaridad que existe entre el concepto paulino de kenosis
y la incompletitud de la realidad tal como es formulada por Zizek.
The beautiful readings lay out the story of God's plan of salvation: Isaiah's Song of the Suffering Servant and the ancient hymn of Christ's kenosis
, his emptying himself of his divinity, highlighting the power of the Passion narrative of Mark.
Although Wicks references Christian sources (including Thomas Merton and Kathleen Norris) and uses some Christian ideas (such as kenosis
), the book's psychological framework makes "embracing compassion and hope" relevant beyond the Christian faith.
The Jesus of Silence is one of utter kenosis
, and one who in the mercy of that kenosis
radically sympathizes with the weakness, and frailty, of human beings, even ones like Judas and Kichijiro.
Specifically, Murphy attends to the dimensions of divine hierarchy, the Incarnation, Christ's kenosis
(self-emptying and death), and human relationships as understood through the doctrine of the Trinity.
I take issue with Carroll's position on this, and posit instead that rather than seeing divine kenosis
as a self-limitation, we should view it as a divine self-offering (which kenou connotes in the Greek).
En el articulo titulado "El lenguaje teologico en los misticos: extasis y kenosis
", Edith Gonzalez Bernai, de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Colombia), aborda el lenguaje teologico que los misticos utilizan para comunicar la experiencia de Dios.