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Corporal knowledge

Jennifer A. Glancy

Corporal knowledge

early Christian bodies

by Jennifer A. Glancy

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human body -- Religious aspects -- Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJennifer A. Glancy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT741.3 .G53 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23235295M
    ISBN 109780195328158
    LC Control Number2009019401

      Body of Knowledge book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Dawson's brilliant new novel set in Texas, pound narrator V /5. This chapter discusses the topic of corporal punishment of children from a behavioral-theory and behavior-therapy perspective. Basic principles of learning theory are presented, followed by information based upon the work of behavioral clinicians. The goal is to address the question of how we can better understand the causes and consequences of corporal punishment and utilize this knowledge Author: Scott W. Powers.

    4 Corporal punishment of children and change of attitudes “Chen Wenxun scolded his son when the latter brought him a cup of cold tea. The father poured the tea on the ground and picked up a stick with which to beat his son. The son ran away and the father chased after him. The ground was slippery becau-File Size: KB. Prof Mukhtiar Samo, founder of Knowledge Centre, said the book was a source of awareness against corporal punishment that actually spoiled the child as .

    Discipline and Punish is a history of the modern penal system. Foucault seeks to analyze punishment in its social context, and to examine how changing power relations affected punishment. He begins by analyzing the situation before the eighteenth century, when public execution and corporal punishment were key punishments, and torture was part. Corporal Punishment in the Caribbean: Attitudes and Practices. Article (PDF Available) in Social and economic studies 63(3 & 4) January .


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"In Corporal Knowledge, Jennifer Glancy presents an entirely convincing set of close readings of ancient Christian texts, and also a sustained, deeply moving reflection on what can be known by and through bodies.

Tracing narratives of bodies in pain and under torture, marked by battle scars and the degradations of slavery, and stretched open during childbirth, this stunning book Cited by: Author Information. Jennifer A. Glancy is George & Sallie Cutchin Camp Professor of Bible at the University of Richmond.

She is the author of Slavery in Early Christianity and numerous articles exploring representations of gender and corporeality in the New Testament and other early Christian writings. Drawing on representations of bodies in sources from Paul to Augustine, this book focuses on the question of what is known in the body and demonstrates why that question is significant for a cultural history of Christian origins.

The inevitable cultural habituation of bodies influenced Christians of the first centuries to replicate the habitus of the wider culture—that is, the. Corporal Knowledge sheds light on the many ways in which social location is known in the body, and shows the significance of that insight for a cultural history of Christian origins.

By framing questions about the function of corporal epistemology, Glancy offers new insights into bodies, identities, and early Christian understandings of what it. Corporal knowledge: early Christian bodies.

[Jennifer A Glancy] -- At the heart of the Christian proclamation is the problematic body of Jesus: problematic because His crucified form conveyed shame rather than glory, problematic because Christian communities argued.

Body of Knowledge is a very well crafted story. The author succeeded in developing a story, plot, and very interesting conclusion while at the same time providing numerous pearls of wisdom scattered along the way. It is truly a tribute to his writing talent.

To say I enjoyed the book is an by: 1. Design for Napoleon's Corporalby Dale C. EikmeierDownload the Full Article: Design for Napoleon's CorporalThis explanation of FM 's Design is for the Everyman, or as the title suggests the proverbial Napoleon's Corporal.

It is for those with a need to use Design but lack a plus hours of specialized Design instruction. The focus here is on the "how to". Knowledge - Understanding of a science or an art.

The range of one's information, including professional knowledge and an understanding of your Marines. Tact - The ability to deal with others without creating offense. Unselfishness - Avoidance of providing for one's own comfort and personal advancement at the expense of others.

A: THE MARINE CORPS EMBLEM IS PLACED ON THE POCKET FLAP CENTERED RIGHT TO LEFT, TOP TO BOTTOM. THE US OF HTE USMC INITIALS IS PLACED ON THE LEFT PANEL OF THE POCKET, THE MC OF THE USMC INITIALS IS PLACED ON THE RIGHT PANEL OF THE POCKET AND BOTH ARE CENTERED LEFT TO RIGHT, 2 INCHES FROM. Ira H.

Hayes - Corporal Ira Hayes, a Pima Indian, was one of the Marines immortalized in the now famous photograph taken of the second flag-raising incident on Mount Suribachi (Iwo Jima) shortly after the Japanese stronghold was taken.

Opha Mae Johnson - Private Johnson became the Marine Corps' first enlisted woman on 13 August To meet the knowledge and professional development needs of the quality community, ASQ offers the Guide to the Quality Body of Knowledge (QBOK®), Version Originally published in and updated inthis guide contains: Information about how you can participate in developing and distributing information on quality.

1. Knowledge, knowledge, knowledge, study it forward and backward. A big part of the Cpl boards that I went to looked at bearing and discipline just as closely as knowledge. If you don't know an answer to a question or if. Corporal Knowledge by Jennifer A. Glancy,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(5).

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* Timothy Carter, Journal for the Study of The New. Book of Knowledge I have a Marine going on a Meritorious Corporal Board, and I am looking on-line for a book of strait Marine Corps knowledge. Does anybody have a link to a site or have a book of knowledge they can post.

> >. Start studying BST MARINE CORPS KNOWLEDGE. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In her new book Corporal Knowledge: Early Christian Bodies, Jennifer Glancy investigates the central role of bodily habitus in the early Christian theological discourse and in everyday Christian living.

By relying on Bourdieu, Alcoff, [End Page ] Merleau-Ponty, and Foucault's theories she identifies bodily. The Theaetetus’ most important similarity to other Platonic dialogues is that it is aporetic—it is a dialogue that ends in an impasse. The Theaetetus reviews three definitions of knowledge in turn; plus, in a preliminary discussion, one would-be definition which, it is said, does not really count.

Each of these proposals is rejected, and no. Full text of " The Corporal Punishment of Schoolgirls " See other formats. THE CORPORAL PUNISHMENT OF SCHOOLGIRLS Other Books Published by the Wildfire Club The Female Disciplinary Manual A Complete Encyclopaedia of the Correction of the Fair Sex The Feminine Regime A Novel by Miss Regina Snow Children of the Void A Real-life Disciplinary Novel.

Given the recent and growing concern with corporal punishment, the book appears at an opportune moment, when it might be the catalyst for more systematic and coherent research. The new noncommissioned officer promotion boards are now set to start later this year. Endorsement from the panel and commanding officer means the Marine will.

Corporal Knowledge: Early Christian Bodies, Jennifer Glancy, Oxford University Press, (ISBN ‐0‐‐‐8), xi + pp., hb $45 Combining textual analysis, recent work in the philosophy of embodiment and theories of practice, Glancy explores how early Christians wrote about, understood, and shaped conceptions of embodiment.

Her book joins a. The other peer review is with “Napoleon’s Corporal.” The story goes that Napoleon used to ask a Corporal to come in and shine his shoes while he and his officers were drawing up battle plans. When they were done, he would ask the Corporal if their plans made sense.

If the Corporal said “Yes,” then the plans moved forward.