10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANAGOGY»
Discover the use of anagogy
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to anagogy
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Receiving the Bible in Faith: Historical and Theological ...
Maintaining a balance between these two concerns in the practice of anagogy
depends on continued awareness of eschatology as a concrete element within
the history of salvation. When this fades, so that the anticipated consummation is
Medieval Exegesis: The Four Senses of Scripture
Anagogy. and. Eschatology. 1. A. Twofold. Anagogy. Let us expand the extent of
the mystery still higher.1 Let us pursue the peaks of spiritual understanding.2
After the long advent of the history of Israel, the object of the historical sense, "at
Beckett's Dantes: Intertexuality in the Fiction and Criticism
This passage has been described by McQueeny as 'puzzling', and certainly the
insertion of anagogy as a way of 'heating and electrifying' allegory is not easy to
come to terms with. Dante defines anagogy in the second book of the Convivio, ...
After Eden: Church Fathers And Rabbis on Genesis 3:16-21
is no scholarly consensus on the exact meaning of these terms, and especially
the distinction between anagogy and allegory has raised some questions. Does
Didymus really distinguish between them, or are they virtually synonymous?
Living Beauty: The Art of Liturgy
also be an aesthetic experience by commissioning the famous "Anagogi- cal
Window" at the Abbey of St. Denis.8 That anagogy, or spiritual "uplifting," can be
an aesthetic experience corrects some misunderstandings or reductions in the ...
Alejandro Garcia-Rivera, Alex García-Rivera, Thomas J. Scirghi, 2007
Eleven Exercises in the Art of Architectural Drawing: Slow ...
2 The word anagogia is a transliteration from the Greek and it is the union of the
word “ana” (above, high) and the verb “agein” (to lead).3 Hugh of St. Victor, in De
scripturis et scriptoribus sacris, distinguished anagogy from allegory. The latter ...
Flannery O'Connor: An Annotated Reference Guide to Criticism
785 Irving, Janet. "To the Strange Red Earth: Anagogy and Descent in Flannery
O'Connor's South." Proceedings of the First Conference of the Cape American
Studies Association, 4 July 1996. Ed. Lesley Marx, Loes Nas, and Lara Dunwell.
Embodiment and Virtue in Gregory of Nyssa: An Anagogical ...
4 As a result, his use of the term “anagogy” is much broader than its use later in
the Middle Ages. Nyssen makes clear that when he employs the term in
connection with biblical exegesis, it encompasses each of the three deeper
levels of ...
Medieval Exegesis: The four senses of scripture
Bede, who understood the matter of Divine Scriptures as being not merely a work
of restoration, but rather the cause of it, added anagogy, which refers to the cause
of the mode of understanding, just as the other three refer to its effect'' (Q., 1, ...
A Wounded Innocence: Sketches for a Theology of Art
It is what Pseudo-Dionysius called "anagogy." "Anagogy" is a Greek term for "
uplifting," or "raised higher." It is the key theme of Pseudo-Dionysius' theology.
Although, Pseudo-Dionysius goes to great length to describe anagogy, it is best ...
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ANAGOGY»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
Paradiso, Canto XXVIII
... towards the transcendental and immaterial by an affinity of their essence is an example of the concept of anagogy (literally, “upward-leading”) ... «The American Conservative, Sep 14»
To Know Is To Love Is To Know
... towards the transcendental and immaterial by an affinity of their essence is an example of the concept of anagogy (literally, “upward-leading”) ... «The American Conservative, Jan 14»
St. Paul Would Have Failed My Hermeneutics Course
... tropology (morals), and anagogy (eternal destiny). St. Thomas asserts, “That signification whereby things signified by words have themselves ... «First Things, Jul 11»