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Title Phenomenologies of grace : the body, embodiment, and transformative futures / edited by Marcus Bussey, Camila Mozzini-Alister
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
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Descript 1 online resource (xxxi, 371 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note 1. Phenomenologies of Grace: Introduction -- 2. The Heirs of Tiresias: Grace, the Uncanny and Transformative Action -- 3. Messy Grace: The Mutant Futures Program -- 4. Forest Walks and Literary Engagement: Meditations on Grief, Joy, and a Restorative Politics -- 5. Between Presence and Absence: Living and Learning Grace in the Face of Death -- 6. Longing for the Great Facebook in Portuguese: A Translated Phenomenology of "Graca" -- 7. "Things Reveal Themselves Passing Away" -- 8. Grace: Truth, Travel and Translation -- 9. Being Alive to Mystery -- 10. Designs for Embodiment and Soul: Offerings for Adult Learners in the Twenty-First Century College Classroom -- 11. A Phenomenology of Grace: The New Insights -- 12. In Defence of the Quotidian: Poetry and Life Writing -- 13. Grace Notes: Boundaries and Transgression in Early Music -- 14. Music and the 'World of Feeling' -- 15. Where Two Rivers Meet -- 16. Moving, Being Moved and Witnessing Movement -- 17. Systems Sensing: A case for Embodied, Arts-Based Responses to Complex Problems -- 18. Amazing Grace: Play with the Poor as a Channel of Blessing -- 19. Grace-Moves: What WING IT! Performance Ensemble Taught Me About the Relational Nature of Grace -- 20. Grace Operatives: How the Body Wisdom Changed the World
This book explores the place of the body and embodied practices in the production and experience of grace in order to generate transformative futures. The authors offer a range of phenomenologies in order to move the philosophical anchoring of phenomenology from an abstracted European tradition into more open and complex experiential sets of understandings. Grace is a sticky word with many layers to it, and the authors explore this complexity through a range of traditions, practices, and autobiographical accounts. The goal is to open a grace-space for reflection and action that is both futures-oriented and enlivening
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Subject Grace (Theology)
Religion and Psychology
Alt Author Bussey, Marcus, editor
Mozzini-Alister, Camila, editor
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