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    On becoming God : late medieval mysticism and the modern Western self

    Morgan, Ben
    New York : Fordham University Press
    [2013]
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    Titre: On becoming God : late medieval mysticism and the modern Western self / Ben Morgan
    Auteur: Morgan, Ben
    Editeur: New York : Fordham University Press
    Date: [2013]
    Collation: 301 p. ; 24 cm
    Collection: Perspectives in continental philosophy
    Documents dans cette collection: Perspectives in continental philosophy
    Sujet RERO: Mystique - Soi - Psychanalyse - Moyen âge - Modernité
    Sujet LCSH: Mysticism -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500 - Psychoanalysis and philosophy - Self - Self (Philosophy) -- History
    Contient: Some recent version of mysticism -- Empty epiphanies in modernist and postmodernist theory -- The gender of human togetherness -- Histories of modern selfhood -- Meister Eckhart's anthropology -- Becoming God in fourteenth-century Europe -- The makings of the modern self -- Taking leave of Sigmund Freud -- Everyday acknowledgments
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-296) and index.
    Classification: SPGA LIT-1-4-MOR
    Identifiant: 9780823239924 (cloth : alk. paper) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb426772710 (URN)
    No RERO: R007493285
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    GEORG TRAKL (1887-1914) IN CONTEXT: POETRY AND EXPERIENCE IN THE CULTURAL DEBATES OF THE BRENNER CIRCLE

    Morgan, Ben
    Oxford German studies, 01 December 2012, Vol.41(3), pp.327-347 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: GEORG TRAKL (1887-1914) IN CONTEXT: POETRY AND EXPERIENCE IN THE CULTURAL DEBATES OF THE BRENNER CIRCLE
    Auteur: Morgan, Ben
    Sujet: Georg Trakl ; Ludwig Von Ficker ; Karl Kraus ; Martin Heidegger ; Der Brenner ; Expressionism ; History & Archaeology ; Languages & Literatures
    Description: This article reads Trakl's poetry in the context of his involvement with the journal 'Der Brenner'. In particular the admiration for Karl Kraus which Trakl shared with the Brenner Circle is used as a way of showing how Trakl's poetic method compares to the approaches of his cultural peers. The reading of Trakl that emerges lies between that of a critique of Kraus (Stieg) and a staging of literary fragmentation (Baßler). We see instead a meaningful meaningnessless that critics from the 1910s onwards, including Heidegger, have explained by grounding it in the authenticity of the poet. This strategy is read as a version of Aristotelian ēthos.
    Fait partie de: Oxford German studies, 01 December 2012, Vol.41(3), pp.327-347
    Identifiant: 0078-7191 (ISSN); 1745-9214 (E-ISSN); 10.1179/0078719112Z.00000000019 (DOI)

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    Embodied Cognition and the Project of the Bildungsroman: Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Daniel Deronda

    Morgan, Ben
    Poetics Today, 06/2017, Vol.38(2), pp.341-362 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Embodied Cognition and the Project of the Bildungsroman: Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Daniel Deronda
    Auteur: Morgan, Ben
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures;
    Description: The article uses the example of the European bildungsroman as represented paradigmatically in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (1795 – 96) to investigate the effects of reading. Goethe's text is sensitive to the embodied encounters that shape how we relate to the experience of reading, showing the forms of sensuous interaction in which literary reading has its roots. The model of reading presented in Goethe's text is contextualized with reference to debates about fiction circa 1800 but also to developmental psychology research into the emotional preconditions of an engagement with narrative and to recent discussions of the so-called paradox of fiction. To explore in more concrete terms the effect of reading Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship, the article then turns to George Eliot's response in Daniel Deronda (1876). Goethe's novel appeals to the bodies of its characters and its readers. Eliot responds to this appeal by emphasizing that bodily reactions are themselves always shaped by history. However, it takes a certain sort of openness, which is learned more through interaction than through fiction, for characters and readers alike to confront the challenges and opportunities that an insight into the embodied nature of larger historical processes presents.
    Fait partie de: Poetics Today, 06/2017, Vol.38(2), pp.341-362
    Identifiant: 0333-5372 (ISSN); 1527-5507 (E-ISSN); http (DOI)

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    Some Problems with the Very Idea of Otherness

    Morgan, Ben
    Literature and Theology, 2011, Vol. 25(4), pp.436-455 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Relating to Ourselves without a Self: Eckhart and Neuroscience

    Morgan, Ben
    Medieval mystical theology, 19 August 2011, Vol.20(1), pp.66-84 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Relating to Ourselves without a Self: Eckhart and Neuroscience
    Auteur: Morgan, Ben
    Sujet: Meditation ; Intellect ; Intransitivity ; Automaticity ; Mirror Neurons ; Insecurity ; Religion
    Description: This paper questions models of identity that take individual consciousness as a focus, comparing the understanding of subjectivity in Eckhart's work to that found in recent empirical studies of the forms and mechanisms of social cognition. The argument begins by questioning the instrumental purpose of recent research into meditative states. Researchers in this field pursue a goal-orientated agenda, which is in stark contrast to Eckhart's non-agenda and relinquishment of control. A close reading of Sermon Q69 then shows how Eckhart challenges our intellectual habits and first-person perspective, suggesting that what he calls our 'intellect' can be without instrumental assumptions: pure surprise. In the last part, the paper compares Eckhart's exhortation that we intelligently accept insecurity with recent research into automated responses and mirror neurons. The findings of this research present a model of human identity comparable to Eckhart's: one which questions the focus on...
    Fait partie de: Medieval mystical theology, 19 August 2011, Vol.20(1), pp.66-84
    Identifiant: 2046-5726 (ISSN); 2046-5734 (E-ISSN); 10.1558/mmt.v20.66 (DOI)

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    The Pleasure of the Text: What Two Manuscripts Can Tell Us About Becoming God

    Morgan, Ben
    Medieval mystical theology, 01 June 2014, Vol.23(1), pp.52-64 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The Pleasure of the Text: What Two Manuscripts Can Tell Us About Becoming God
    Auteur: Morgan, Ben
    Sujet: Meister Eckhart in Context ; 'Sister Catherine' Treatise ; Agnes Bühlerin ; Cistercian Convent of Kirchheim Am Ries ; Late Medieval Mysticism ; Post-Reformation Spirituality ; Religion
    Description: This article presents two previously unrecognized Augsburg sources for the transmission of the radical Eckhartian 'Sister Catherine' treatise. A comparison with the earliest known version of the treatise in Munich BSB cgm 133 is used to demonstrate how individual statements in a codex should not be assessed for their interest or radicality independent of context. Rather, the manuscript as a whole should be linked to the spiritual endeavours from which it emerged. One of the two Augsburg codices in particular is situated in the context of the copyist's, Agnes Bühlerin's, attempt to preserve a particular model of spiritual life in the face of external interference by the new Protestant authorities in the diocese of Augsburg post-1539.
    Fait partie de: Medieval mystical theology, 01 June 2014, Vol.23(1), pp.52-64
    Identifiant: 2046-5726 (ISSN); 2046-5734 (E-ISSN); 10.1179/2046572614Z.00000000018 (DOI)

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    Situated Cognition and the Study of Culture: An Introduction

    Morgan, Ben
    Poetics Today, 06/2017, Vol.38(2), pp.213-233 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Situated Cognition and the Study of Culture: An Introduction
    Auteur: Morgan, Ben
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures;
    Description: The article surveys three major positions in early debates about situated cognition in the 1990s as they are represented, in particular, in the work of Edwin Hutchins, Jean Lave, Etienne Wenger, Tim van Gelder, Andy Clark, Jerome S. Bruner, and John Haugeland. Rather than arbitrate among the three positions and declare a winner, the article suggests that the very tensions between subpersonal, suprapersonal, and personal levels of analysis evident in the debates are a necessary feature of the study of situated cognition, which can be resolved only by the sort of case by case negotiation of which we find records in the cultural archive. The eight case studies collected in this special issue can be read as explorations of the historical variety of these lived negotiations.
    Fait partie de: Poetics Today, 06/2017, Vol.38(2), pp.213-233
    Identifiant: 0333-5372 (ISSN); 1527-5507 (E-ISSN); http (DOI)

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    Bodleian Library, MS. Laud Misc. 479. Love in Context: Meister Eckhart's Sermon 60 in an Oxford and a Munich Manuscript

    Morgan, Ben
    Oxford German studies, 03 April 2017, Vol.46(2), pp.236-240 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Bodleian Library, MS. Laud Misc. 479. Love in Context: Meister Eckhart's Sermon 60 in an Oxford and a Munich Manuscript
    Auteur: Morgan, Ben
    Sujet: Meister Eckhart ; Embodied Cognition ; Intellect ; Love ; Überlieferungsgeschichte ; History & Archaeology ; Languages & Literatures
    Description: The article contrasts the versions of Meister Eckhart's Sermon 60 to be found in two manuscripts. The sermon replaces the more usual Dominican emphasis on intellect with a privileging of love as the highest power. The differing responses to this unusual line of argument in the two manuscripts give a concrete sense of the puzzlement provoked by Eckhart's preaching, and of the different strategies by which Eckhart's texts shaped or were themselves shaped by the spiritual milieu in which they were encountered. Der Beitrag kontrastiert die Fassung der 60. Predigt Meister Eckharts in der Oxforder Handschrift MS. Laud Misc. 479 mit der der Münchner Handschrift Staatsbibliothek cgm 133. Die Textänderungen werden darauf zurückgeführt, dass in dieser Predigt statt der erwartbaren dominikanischen Bevorzugung des Intellekts der Schwerpunkt auf Liebe als höchster Macht liegt. Wie unterschiedlich die beiden Handschriften darauf reagieren, vermittelt einen Einblick in die...
    Fait partie de: Oxford German studies, 03 April 2017, Vol.46(2), pp.236-240
    Identifiant: 0078-7191 (ISSN); 1745-9214 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/00787191.2017.1325178 (DOI)

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    Do feasibility studies contribute to, or avoid, waste in research?

    Morgan, Ben, Hejdenberg, Jennie, Hinrichs-Krapels, Saba, Armstrong, David
    PLoS ONE, 2018, Vol.13(4) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Schmetterlinge

    Marent, Thomas
    Morgan, Ben
    München : Dorling Kindersley
    2007
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    Titre: Schmetterlinge / Thomas Marent und Ben Morgan
    Auteur: Marent, Thomas
    Contributeur: Morgan, Ben
    Editeur: München : Dorling Kindersley
    Date: 2007
    Collation: 271 S. : Ill
    Sujet RERO: Papillons - Chenilles
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Ouvrages illustrés] - [Photographies]
    Note: Übers. von : Butterfly
    Classification: CDDCENT0 595
    Identifiant: 9783831010806 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008599934
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