1. It is a Creaturely, not self-asserting strength; it is not godlike, but consists in dependence on God.
2. ‘While Creaturely existence may entail undeserved suffering, it does not mandate silence and submission.’ ‘Or does a whole lot of suffering stem from a disdain of Creaturely dependence?’ ‘Our Creaturely life is marked by sin, but it is no sin to be a creature.’
3. Creaturely meaning Characteristic of or suitable to a creature, often specifically a non-human animal.
Creaturely, Characteristic, Creature
4. The Creaturely World is information-rich; the genetic code of organisms stores enormous amounts of information
5. People routinely speak of living today in an information age made possible by digital technologies, but this human-generated breed of information is only a tiny fraction of what is found in the DNA of the Creaturely World.
6. The book makes a significant contribution particularly to a revisionist reading of modernist literary/artistic history in relation to the presence of the nonhuman animal, or the Creaturely.
7. It is an animating, challenging and imaginative description of the core of Creaturely existence, not confined to humanity, but encompassing all that God has made.
Challenging, Core, Creaturely, Confined
8. The Creaturely World features self-organizing renewability (remember the horse and foal) emerging from the integrated structure of ecosystems—what we might call the “natural integrities.” A
9. 2007 March 5, Claudia La Rocco, “Infernal Shades, Apparitions at Dusk, Spirits Who Tango”, in New York Times: Bracketed by two roiling group passages, smaller dances slink by, marked by much Creaturely creeping and carnivorous eroticism
Claudia, Creaturely, Creeping, Carnivorous
10. Definition of Creaturely in the Definitions.net dictionary
11. What does Creaturely mean? Information and translations of Creaturely in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
12. Creaturely Theology is a ground-breaking scholarly collection of essays that maps out the agenda for the future study of the theology of the non-human and the post-human
13. Instead of high-tech automation, the challenges in Creaturely Craft include finding/earning rare animals and items, figuring out how to build something beautifully, tinkering with your various structures, providing for your pets and livestock, and managing your resources.
Challenges, Creaturely, Craft
14. Drawing on the philosophical writings of Simone Weil, Pick further argues for ‘Creaturely poetics’ for ‘the creature, then, is first and foremost a living – body – material, temporal, and vulnerable’ (p
15. Farris expounds the body-soul relationship, Creaturely and divine purpose, beatific vision, and deification, boldly pointing the way for Protestants committed to …
16. The book thus positions Benjamin with respect to the other European thinkers at the heart of current discussions of sovereignty and martyrdom, of holy and Creaturely life
17. Divine and Creaturely agencies are discrete, independent principles
18. Although they may converge to produce a single effect, the relationship between divine and Creaturely agency is inversely proportionate, even within that effect.5 Since divine and Creaturely agency are mutually exclusive,
19. Pick proposes a "Creaturely" approach based on the shared embodiedness of humans and animals and a postsecular perspective on human-animal relations
20. A lecture on Creaturely Cosmologies: Why Metaphysics Matters for Animal & Planetary Liberation with Brianne Donaldson
21. On Creaturely Life steps on this scene with a fascinating configuration of its own, one that draws upon and draws into proximity a number of famous texts from the German-Jewish tradtion of the first half of the 20th century
Creaturely, Configuration, Century
22. In her poetics of the Creaturely, powerlessness is the point at which aesthetic and ethical thinking must begin.
23. Creaturely theology in the sense we are attempting is clearly no novelty: such concerns bring to mind an image of St Francis of Assisi preaching to the birds, or, in a British context, St Columba’s white horse shedding tears at the passing of this great saint and lover of animals
Creaturely, Clearly, Concerns, Context, Columba
24. Creaturely Migrations on a Breathing Planet - Emergence Magazine Through his observations of cranes, butterflies, and salmon in the course of their annual migrations, cultural ecologist and philosopher David Abram reflects on the deep intelligence that lies at the heart of migration patterns.
Creaturely, Cranes, Course, Cultural
25. Creaturely cosmologies tackle these very practical issues without the guardrails of bifurcated identity structures or segregated movements and disciplines
26. Search Creaturely and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso
27. You can complete the definition of Creaturely given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster
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28. There are several possible models for understanding the relationship between divine and Creaturely agency
29. This article argues that a ‘non-competitive’ model for the interaction of divine and Creaturely agency allows for a coherent interpretation of various features of Genesis 1 where alternative models lead to confusion.
Competitive, Creaturely, Coherent, Confusion
30. On Creaturely Life will likely be read by those who have read Agamben’s Homo Sacer and The State of Exception
31. Check out Creaturely's collection Storage:
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33. Creaturely Cosmologies: Why Metaphysics Matters for Animal & Planetary Liberation
34. Creaturely Theology is a ground-breaking scholarly collection of essays that maps out the agenda for the future study of the theology of the non-human and the post-human
35. Creaturely Awe and the Wonder of Creation
36. Creaturely reality definition in English dictionary, Creaturely reality meaning, synonyms, see also 'creature',creatural',crenately',crenature'
Creaturely, Creature, Creatural, Crenately, Crenature
37. Creaturely theology Sharing life and worship with other species
38. And yet the terms "Creaturely" and "love," taken together, have traditionally been associated with theological debates around the enigmatic …
39. This chapter discusses the work of three major Enlightenment thinkers of community—Thomas Hobbes, David Hume, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau—focusing on the insistent role of Creaturely expression, a passionate voice irreducible to semantic convention, in the process whereby the human is constituted as a political, social, or speaking subject
Chapter, Community, Creaturely, Convention, Constituted
40. Summary: In The Dividing Line episode Behold the Secular Woman & WLC on Molinism (Once Again) James White argues that Molinism is false because it prohibits God from creating Creaturely essences
41. As such, Creaturely generation always involves an outward movement from parent to child
42. The change from a Creaturely life to a mechanical life is a profound change, and in many ways it has been devastating, not to me but to the country itself
Change, Creaturely, Country
43. Creaturely Love: How Desire Makes Us More, And Less, Than Human: Closing Keynote of English Student Association Annual Conference Dominic Pettman (New School for Social Research): Having previously emphasized the mechanics of love, as a specific and tangible configuration of communications media, I now seek to bracket technology.
Creaturely, Closing, Conference, Configuration, Communications
44. I argue that Arnold's maternal Creaturely cinema, through a complex interaction between form and content, transmits to the viewer a mode of ethical relatedness, or hospitality towards the stranger/other, that is situated in a specifically maternal, sexual and corporeal experience.
Creaturely, Cinema, Complex, Content, Corporeal
45. Creaturely Origins: Enlightenment Naturalism and the Animal Voice Chapter 3
46. Creaturely Advocacy: Poetic Vocation in the Age of Sensibility Chapter 5
Definition of creature. 1 : something created either animate or inanimate: such as. a : a lower animal especially : a farm animal. b : a human being.
a petty gangster or ruffian. Pleasure and pain, happiness and suffering, are elements of creaturely experience appointed by God. The Memra proceeds from God, and retains the creaturely relation to God. All creaturely causes derive their efficiency directly and continually from the First Cause. The Theistic Conception of the World
an example of writing or speech consisting of or containing meaningless words. a petty gangster or ruffian. Pleasure and pain, happiness and suffering, are elements of creaturely experience appointed by God. The Memra proceeds from God, and retains the creaturely relation to God.
For Santner, creatureliness is "a dimension not so much of biological as of ontological vulnerability, a vulnerability that permeates human being as that being whose essence it is to exist in forms of life that are, in turn, contingent, fragile, susceptible to breakdown" (6).