What is important to note is that Carter, Butler and corporeal
feminist scholars reveal the process of the formation of gendered corporeality.
While in the metaphysics of the middle years 'what is foundational are corporeal
substances, unities of soul, and organic body' (345), here Garber explores the introduction of mind-like substances, i.
If students in college submit to the growing up stage of adulthood, they will see that the process by which they constructed this imaginative vision of things--this imaginative corporeal
understanding--has been outlined by Northrop Frye in Fearful Symmetry.
The invention of Extra corporeal
shock wave lithotripsy technique was introduced in 19804, and since then many studies have labeled this method now as the primary modality for renal calculi, and many authors call it a safe procedure with neither damage to kidney or soft tissue organ nor generates expulsion5.
Cooper occasionally fails to distinguish in sufficient detail the corporeal
differences of some anthropological stages.
It asks for corporeal
authentication by appropriate actions of faith and hope (Col 3:1-17; Rom 13:11-14; Gal 5:22-26).
That is to say, the Divine Effusion (al-fayd al-ilahi) initiates its descent in the Divine Heaven to the treasures and the invincible world (jabarut), continuing to the isthmus and the world of measures, and from there, manifesting itself finally in nature and the corporeal
By embodying religious behavior, even in a limited way and with secular intentions, significant corporeal
insights can be gained into the practices and ethos of a religious system being studied, i.
on the symbolic transference of unwanted corporeal
associations to the bodies of Native Americans" and follows with a chapter on Whitman which delineates how his initial "trust in the body" gives way to "envisioning a race of North Americans that is predominantly masculine and Caucasian" (9, 10).
Her parents , Rob and Helen, were told to say goodbye, but then surgeons at Newcastle's Freeman Hospital decided to carry one of the world's first Extra Corporeal
Membrane Oxygenation procedures on the teenager.
Though Coleman insists upon Ellison's centrality in the formation of a neo-black postmodernist aesthetic, he still maintains that the author's somewhat Panglossian valorization of American democracy is suspect, given the material and corporeal
realities black men face in the age of Rodney King, James Byrd, and Abner Louima.
With mainstream media focused on today's more corporeal
threats--exploding bombs, anthrax scares, the economy--online town criers have highlighted less tangible dangers, such as infringement of Constitutional rights.