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Author Slater, Isaac, 1974-
Title Beyond measure : the poetics of the image in Bernard of Clairvaux / Isaac Slater, OCSO.
Imprint Collegeville : Cistercian Publications, 2020.

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 ATHENAEUM NEW BOOKS  230.2092 B518 S631    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 ATHENAEUM NEW BOOKS  230.2092 B518 S631    AVAILABLE  
Author Slater, Isaac, 1974-
Series Cistercian studies series; number 279
Cistercian studies series ; no. 279.
Subject Bernard, of Clairvaux, Saint, 1090 or 1091-1153.
Description xii, 238 pages 22 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Being and Experience -- Real Shadows -- Beyond Measure: The Human Imagination of God -- Amor Carnalis -- "Black but Beautiful": Bernard's Incarnational Poetics -- The Poetics of Apology -- "Mysticism Turned Inside Out": Julia Kristeva on Bernard of Clairvaux -- "Love Itself is Knowledge": Jean-Luc Marion and Bernard of Clairvaux.
Summary "A study of the literary, philosophical, and theological strands densely interwoven through the writings of Bernard of Clairvaux. His apparent iconoclasm with respect to art, affectivity, and the humanity of Jesus is revealed as an alternative mystical aesthetic, congruent with his program for monastic reform"-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9780879072797 (paperback)
0879072792
9780879071790 (pdf)
9780879071790 (epub)
9780879071790 (mobi)
OCLC # 1111650358
Additional Format Online version: Slater, Isaac, 1974- Beyond measure Collegeville : Cistercian Publications, 2020. 9780879071790 (DLC) 2019034045


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