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Bernd Wannenwetsch

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    Pile Hardsole Minnetonka men's Lined Minnetonka Pile This essay investigates the idea of self-proprietorship as the concealed ideological basis beneath our most fraught ethical discourses on bodily matters pertaining to birth, health, sex, and death. It questions the sense in which such discourses, and their corresponding societal practices, in turn serve as a practical apology for this troubling anthropology that has come to sustain capitalism. ‘Self-proprietorship’ is analysed for its phenomenological basis in the actual task of learning to own one’s body, traced in its early philosophical instantiations in Hobbes and Locke. These sources are then contrasted with an account of non-proprietary possession of one’s body, rooted in the astonishing authority granted the spouses in Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, a nuanced treatment of porneia and chastity, and the evocative bodily receptions of Christian worship.
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    Language English
    Pages 50-65
    Number of pages 16
    Journal Minnetonka Pile Pile Lined Hardsole men's Minnetonka Studies in Christian Ethics
    Pile Hardsole Pile Minnetonka Lined men's Minnetonka Volume 26
    Issue number 1
    DOIs
    State Published - Feb 2013Multicoloured Inaca Mood Moony Moony Mood Black TvaXUqxw

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    Possession
    Body of Christ
    Thomas Hobbes
    Discourse
    Capitalism
    Health
    Reception
    men's Pile Minnetonka Pile Lined Minnetonka Hardsole Chastity
    Apology
    Letters
    Authority

    Keywords

    • body
    • Lined men's Minnetonka Pile Minnetonka Hardsole Pile chastity
    • embodiment
    • Hobbes
    • Locke
    • property
    • sexuality
    • St. Paul

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    Wannenwetsch, B. (2013). Owning Our Bodies? The Politics of Self-Possession and the Body of Christ (Hobbes, Locke and Paul). Studies in Christian Ethics, 26(1), 50-65. DOI: 10.1177/0953946812466491