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Free eBook Faith and Fiction: Interdisciplinary Studies on the Interplay between Metaphor and Religion- A Selection of Papers from the 25th LAUD-Symposium of the ... Arbeiten zur Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft) download ISBN: 3631337604
Author: Benjamin Biebuyck,René Dirven,John Ries
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (October 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 253
Category: Imaginative Literature
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Faith and Fiction is a collection of essays which partly stems from the 25th LAUD-Symposium on 'Metaphor and Religion' (University of Duisburg, April 1-5, 1997). It investigates the relationship between religious experience and the use of metaphors and thus explores the tensions between faith and fiction.

the 25th Laud-Symposium of the Gerhard Mercator University of Duisburg on 'Metaphor and Religion'. Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften.

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interdisciplinary studies on the interplay between metaphor and religion : a selection of papers from the 25th LAUD-Symposium of the Gerhard Mercator University of Duisburg on "Metaphor and religion". D Published 1998 by P. Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York. Christianity, Congresses, Metaphor, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Metaphor. Symposium was held April 1-5, 1997.

to reconsider the particular interplay between media, communications . to capture long-term interrelation processes between media change on the one hand and social and cultural

to reconsider the particular interplay between media, communications, culture and society in different sectors. of culture and society. However, we are still in the early stages of this theoretical endeavor and empirical work. to capture long-term interrelation processes between media change on the one hand and social and cultural. change on the other’ (Hepp et a. 2010: 223). This is reiterated in recent definitions of mediatization (Couldry.

Draper, John William, 1811-1882. Religion and science. New York : D. Appleton and company.

In literary fiction, the incompleteness of the characters turns your mind to trying to understand the minds of. .

In literary fiction, the incompleteness of the characters turns your mind to trying to understand the minds of others," said Kidd. Kidd and Castano, who have published their paper in Science, make a similar distinction between "writerly" writing and "readerly" writing to that made by Roland Barthes in his book on literary theory, The Pleasure of the Text.

Some religions claim that praying for somebody who is sick can have positive effects on the health of the person being prayed for. Meta-studies of the literature in the field have been performed showing evidence only for no effect or a potentially s. Meta-studies of the literature in the field have been performed showing evidence only for no effect or a potentially small effect.

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Metaphor comprehension as problem solving: An online study of the reading process. From ‘capping’ to intercision: Metaphors/metonyms of mind control in the young adult fiction of John Christopher and Philip Pullman. Style, 36(3), 428–445. Mapping the mind and the body: On W. H. Auden’s personifications. Heywood, . Semino, . & Short, M. (2002).

This is easily one of the best 50 books I've ever read. In a year or two after more reflection I may bump it up some. Steven Gould treats the long-standing problem of the relation between science and religion in this book. The author explores the contemporary principle he calls NOMA, which is an acronym of Non-Overlapping Magisteria. A magisterium represents a domain of authority in teaching.

Faith and Fiction is a collection of essays which partly stems from the 25th LAUD-Symposium on 'Metaphor and Religion' (University of Duisburg, April 1-5, 1997). It investigates the relationship between religious experience and the use of metaphors and thus explores the tensions between faith and fiction. Herein, special attention is paid to the type of situation in which the confrontation of a community or an individual with religion is not self-evident or even discordant. In order to address the diversity of the problem area, the volume opts for an interdisciplinary approach. Section I analyses 'religious metaphors' from the viewpoint of contemporary linguistics. In section II, the significance of metaphors in a 'meta-religious' discourse is considered. The philosophical dialogue with religion and metaphor is discussed in section III, and the final section submits religious poems to a formal and interpretative examination.