The Bloomsbury Handbook of the Cultural and Cognitive Aesthetics of Religion
<p>The wide range of approaches gathered in this volume makes it indispensable for studying how exactly the much-evoked forces and agencies of sensuality, matter and affect actually affect bodies. It has been often and repeatedly claimed that objects have agency, that religion might be seen as...
|Published in:||Marburg Journal of Religion (Band 22)|
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