Category Archives: Bodies

The body as one’s availability to others

Robert Jenson suggests that we think of bodies simply as a person’s availability to another in time and space; I am embodied for you just insofar as you intend me by way of some piece of the universe’s metaphysical furnishings. … Continue reading

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Embodiment and metaphor

“S’agit-il au contraire de termes qui expriment la position et le vêtement du corps, le temps et le lieu? ils ne doivent s’entendre de Dieu que par métaphore et non dans le sens propre et direct. C’est ainsi que par … Continue reading

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