It made me think of Johnson's insight that "encounters with the otherness
of their wildness can evocatively mediate 'the qualitatively different otherness
He explores the room for religious otherness
in contemporary eschatology by investigating how and to what extent the theological integrity of the religious Other is articulated in the eschatologies of some influential contemporary Christian theologians; comparing and correlating the analyses of Christian eschatologies with contemporary eschatologies from the Muslim and Jewish traditions; and exploring avenues for reassessing otherness
in Christian eschatology.
Through fusing memories of my childhood with fictional responses, I am able to depict provocative yet playful self-portraits and narratives that illustrate my feelings of discomfort, otherness
TFL and the general competences: the turn to otherness
In a decidedly more playful second act, all five actors impress and Laura Elsworthy's central performance is a real masterclass in balancing eerie otherness
and heartfelt humanity.
Booth's The Company We Keep: An Ethics of Fiction, in which Lawrence is praised as a radical practitioner of Bahktin's dialogism, critics have recognized that Lawrence's ethics are tied to his aesthetics through his acute sensitivity to the strange otherness
of the people, places, and animals that inhabit one's world.
Based on the anthropological discourse of the otherness
and the limit, the theatrical discourse is essential to the discourse of interstice, its ghostly spectral character being quite transparent in the personification of the interstitial structure of theater: "If the stakes of the representation of the ghost, of the incarnation of the returning dead, actually aim, for all these theorists, at the very essence of theater, this happens because of the challenges that the representation of the invisible is placing in front of it, and opens the way to a sum of interrogations on the very status of reality in the theater.
is neither a scientific discovery nor a technological innovation based on a single universal logic strictly written in the language of mathematics.
He points to the problematic of empathy in works by Aristotle, Adam Smith, and David Hume and to the conviction (expressed in regard to contemporary literature perhaps most fully by Martha Nussbaum, but underpinning the approaches of many current teachers and scholars) that literature enriches its readers precisely by bringing otherness
to us, by giving us a way to connect with what seems distant or foreign.
Text, image, and otherness
in children's bibles; what is in the picture?
As teaching material, Performing otherness
is a rich source for courses in theatre and performance studies, colonialism and postcolonialism, cultural studies, Indonesian history, and even, in its picture of cultural life in New York 1910-30 and Hollywood and California in the 1930s and 1940s, for courses in American Studies.
Thirty years and several volumes of poetry later, with Inside the Money Machine, Pratt is still dealing with issues of otherness
, this time with being on the economic periphery.