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Animals, Gods and Humans - Intro docx

Animals, Gods and Humans - Intro docx
... record for this book has been requested ISBN10: 0-4 1 5-3 864 9-7 (hbk) ISBN10: 0-4 1 5-3 865 0-0 (pbk) ISBN13: 97 8-0 -4 1 5-3 864 9-4 (hbk) ISBN13: 97 8-0 -4 1 5-3 865 0-0 (pbk) Taylor & Francis Group is the Academic ... interaction between gods and human beings, often as mediators In this trinity, animals and humans share a flesh -and- blood reality, while gods are creatures of human imagination and tradition This ... complex (Midgley 1988) How kinship and otherness, closeness and distance between humans and animals are experienced and expressed varies in different types of discourse, and different cultural interpretations...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 1 pot

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 1 pot
... between humans and animals, the arenas served to brutalize and radicalize the divisions between humans and non -humans And while the sacrifice served as a focus for the relationship between humans and ... meat and did not, like other meat-eating species, eat it raw, a point made by Lévi-Strauss and refined in relation to Greek religion by M Detienne and J.-P Vernant (Detienne and Vernant 19 89) ... exchanged for food and shelter, and domestication rests on mutual benefits between humans and animals “Contract animal” covers Graeco-Roman ideas about natural agreements between humans and animals, sometimes...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 2 ppt

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 2 ppt
... principle a contest of wits and skills between hunters and fishermen, between land animals and sea animals, but also between fish and fishermen, and between land animals and hunters (965F–966B, 975D, ... and should be given justice The speakers in this dialogue are Philo and Alexander Like Philo, Alexander is both a literary device and a real person: the real Alexander – Tiberius Julius Alexander ... animals was a by-product of the more extensive age-old debate about the human mind and about perception and sensation, memory and knowledge What was the status of animals in relation to humans? Did...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 3 pps

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 3 pps
... (Haussleiter 1 935 : 30 8) As we have seen, both a belief in a close relationship between animals and humans and a wish to create a distance between them could lead to vegetarianism and abstention ... unrelated, alien and hostile to humans and its creatures as being impure (729A–C); and a third possible reason is that Pythagoreans usually tasted flesh only from sacrificed animals, and these animals ... animals’ subordination to humans (Questions on Various Topics, 83) While elephants resemble humans and may be taught tricks, other animals are unaffected by humans and in some cases develop societies...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 4 pdf

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 4 pdf
... serious and moving passages are also found Human bodies are changed into animals, as well as into trees and plants, always into new and different forms of flora and fauna In a few cases, humans ... transformed into lower categories and back again, and in some rare cases, a human being may be transformed into a god But while it is possible for humans and gods to turn into animals, it is never possible ... external elements and bodily structures of animals and humans A metamorphosis is usually described as flux and movement and sometimes as a large-scale process (as in Ovid’s poem) In each individual...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 5 potx

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 5 potx
... horses and donkeys in their stables consecrated to Epona, adorn them in processions to Isis and sacrifice and worship heads of bulls and rams Minucius Felix derides half-goats, half -humans and gods ... sign of decadence and religious perversion (for instance, Brunner-Traut 1986: 55 7, 56 7) Animal worship clearly offends the traditional Cartesian notion of a duality between spirit and matter, as ... of division between humans and animals that the Israelites did, for example, and that the distinction between humans and animals was more blurred in Egypt (Hornung 1967: 69) Humans simply did not...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 6 pps

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 6 pps
... GraecoRoman world, both gods and humans were nourished with the meat of sacrificial animals, but the gods did not consume the animal flesh in the same way as humans, they did not chew and swallow the ... between gods and humans It was the cult of ethnic communities, people who were organized through kinship, had a common ancestor and connections to a traditional homeland, and who stressed inter-generational ... the sacrifice were prosperity for the land and for those humans and animals who lived on the land These aims were continued and reinterpreted in new urban and imperial settings, for instance in...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 7 ppsx

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 7 ppsx
... (52:15– 17) To sum up the teaching about animals and humans in the Gospel of Philip: There are animals of flesh and blood, animals in human form, gods who are characterized as animals, and finally humans ... naturally suffer pain and torment?” (Hymn to the Mother of the Gods, 174 a– 174 b) Like Plutarch and Porphyry, Julian is aware of the suffering of animals, but like Iamblichus and Sallustius he regards ... and humans on a par with each other He points to the similarities in the physical equipment of humans and animals, he compares the killing of sacrificial animals with the killing of humans, and...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 8 ppt

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 8 ppt
... (Daniel 7; I Enoch 85 –90) Such monstrous creatures were the stock-in-trade of Jewish and Christian apocalypses and part of a polarized cosmos The serpent of Genesis, the ass of Balaam and the eschatological ... animals and domestic animals, and while some animals such as deer and gazelles were conceived of as a form of “honorary cattle”, domestic animals such as dogs and pigs were associated with wild animals, ... 21:6–11), makes seven loaves and a few little fish feed thousands of people (Matthew 15:34 8, cf Matthew 14:17–21; Mark 6:37–44, 8: 1 8; Luke 9:12–17; John 6:9–13) and predicts that money that...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 9 pdf

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 9 pdf
... representing male sexual violence and has stressed that the animal in this case does not act as a male beast but in fact abandons its attack on Thecla (Burrus 199 5; cf Boyarin 199 9: 74–81) Burrus argues ... executioner (21.4–8) Two of Perpetua and Saturus’ fellow martyrs, Revocatus and Saturius, were first cast to a leopard and then to a bear ( 19. 3) Perpetua herself and the slave-girl Felicitas met a wild ... neck or mauling them in the face (from Thysdrus, Zliten, Silin; see Brown 199 2; Dunbabin 199 9) Big cats gave fatal bites and were usually instant killers However bears might start to eat their victims...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 10 pps

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 10 pps
... mind and soul, and intensify the struggle against every folly of the passions of love and base wickedness, and love of praise, and fondness of contention, and tiresome jealousy and wrath, and ... and Stoic and Middle/Neoplatonic 209 INTERNAL ANIMALS AND BESTIAL DEMONS ideas and on the basis of these offers instruction to a pupil It shows many similarities with Alexandrian theology (Zandee ... against flesh and blood; rather the authorities of the universe and the spirits of wickedness’” (86:22–6) The same quotation is used by Athanasius (295–373 CE), the to -and- fro bishop of Alexandria,...
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Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 11 pptx

Animals, Gods and Humans - Chapter 11 pptx
... Jews as ass-worshippers was in fact one of the standard ways of slandering them This slander seems to have originated in Egypt in the third century BCE (Bar-Kochva 1996; van Henten and Abusch ... hybrid.1 Animals, anthropocentrism and cultural change Christianity and Judaism share anthropomorphic ideas about God In these religions, both humans and animals were created by God, but only humans ... their priest and participate in orgies of child murder and incest (9, 28.7) These accusations are also mentioned by Tertullian (Apologeticus, 7, 8) and were probably well-known slanders about...
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