This death plunges the girl into a world of isolation, atomism, and relentless hardships that must be endured with accepting fortitude, as were the death of the mother and, catachrestically
, the death of Christ.
If we theorists acknowledge the possibilities of thinking catachrestically
, of "thinking otherwise," we will be able not o nly to recognize the movement of the identities of people whose lives are affected by the often violent effects of the forces of globalization and postcolonialism, but also our own identities in that same movement.
has an hypostasis of its own apart from the hypostasis of the Logos;(63) and, second, the view that Christ's humanity is [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], for as a nature and substance it is not [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and could only be called so catachrestically
, since it is proper to what is [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] to be seen in a substance and hypostasis -- a definition which indeed is that of a accidents.