10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «THERIOMORPHISM»
Discover the use of theriomorphism
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to theriomorphism
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Even in the absence of visual images, the plight of the battery hen is easily
conveyed by other strategies familiar to animal advocates, for example that of
theriomorphism: asking the human viewer to imagine themselves in the animal's
Laurence Simmons, Philip Armstrong, 2007
The Body of Myth: Mythology, Shamanic Trance, and the Sacred ...
The use of a ram to describe the eyes, a bull the ears, and so on is known to
ethnologists as a theriomorphism, literally, "an animal shape." An animal is used
narratively to describe a particular kind of experience. A further narrative step
Culture, Creativity and Environment: New Environmentalist ...
Meeker's theriomorphism is very different from Stockmann's, however, and it
worth drawing attention to both of them in part to measure the distance between
them. Crucially, Stockmann's theriomorphism is hierarchical, whereas Meeker
Fiona Becket, Terry Gifford, 2007
Noscendi Nilum Cupido: Imagining Egypt from Lucan to ...
22, 252, 259—60, 286—7 Aniconism alternative to theriomorphism and anthrop
omorphism 303 - 7 see also theriomorphism; Apollonius of Tyana Antinous,
Hadrian's favorite 6 Antony (Marcus Antonius) 30- 1, 75—8, 126 n. 28, 192, 207 n
History of the Graeco-Latin Fable
Without wishing to be exhaustive, we would indicate the following points where
the animal and vegetable world were introduced into the domain of the religious:
1. Theriomorphism expressed in images, in mimetic dances, in religious epithets.
Francisco Rodríguez Adrados, 1999
Other Selves: Animals in the Canadian Literary Imagination
The propensity for human beings to take on animal characteristics, a process
known as theriomorphism, reverses the anthropomorphism typical of children's
books and Orwellian allegory. Comparatively rare in literary fiction,
Janice Anne Fiamengo, 2007
Psychology: The Key Concepts
THERIOMORPHISM An uncommon, primarily anthropological, concept
occasionally used by C.G. Jung and others to refer to the notion of humans
acquiring or internalising animal 'souls'. Related to physiomorphism but narrower
in range of ...
Dynamics of Synthesis in Hindu Culture
From totemism arose a local cult of animals which developed into
theriomorphism and ultimately became introduced into Aryan religion. Totemism
had no place in the religious ideas of the Rigvedic Aryans. The paucity of its
presence among ...
Facing the Gods: Epiphany and Representation in Graeco-Roman ...
90 See Nightingale (2005: 82). 91 On Greek attitudes to Egyptian theriomorphism
, see Smelik and Hemelrijk (1984). On phantasia in this passage, see Birmelin (
1993: 393–414) and Watson (1988: 60–4, 76–93). 92 Indeed, Thespesion claims
Exploring Christian Theology
For theriomorphism, see De Groot and Hulst, toe. cit.; and Jacob, op. cit, p. 30.
Both note the sobriety of theriomorphic imagery. In our opinion, the structures of
theriomorphism and anthropomorphism are different, since the former always ...
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