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Jucci Glares of Light - 2010

Jucci Glares of Light - 2010

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Elio Jucci, "Between Beginning and End. Glares of Light in the Jewish Tradition", in Elena Agazzi; Enrico Giannetto; Franco Giudice eds., Representing Light across Arts and Sciences: Theories and Practices (Interfacing Science, Literature, and the Humanities / ACUME 2 Vol. 2), V&R unipress, Goettingen 2010, 17-40

L'articolo esamina alcuni delle manifestazioni più importanti della simbologia della luce nell'Antico Testamento nel Nuovo Testamento e nei Manoscrtti di Qumran, con alcuni accenni agli sviluppi nel giudaismo rabbinico e nel Nuovo Testamento. Accanto alle riflessioni metodologiche si tenta una contestualizzazione storica degli sviluppi della simbologia della luce evidenziati nell'are presa in considerazione.
Elio Jucci, "Between Beginning and End. Glares of Light in the Jewish Tradition", in Elena Agazzi; Enrico Giannetto; Franco Giudice eds., Representing Light across Arts and Sciences: Theories and Practices (Interfacing Science, Literature, and the Humanities / ACUME 2 Vol. 2), V&R unipress, Goettingen 2010, 17-40

L'articolo esamina alcuni delle manifestazioni più importanti della simbologia della luce nell'Antico Testamento nel Nuovo Testamento e nei Manoscrtti di Qumran, con alcuni accenni agli sviluppi nel giudaismo rabbinico e nel Nuovo Testamento. Accanto alle riflessioni metodologiche si tenta una contestualizzazione storica degli sviluppi della simbologia della luce evidenziati nell'are presa in considerazione.

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Interfacing
Science,
ACUME2
Volume
2
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Literature,and the
Humanities
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Edited
by
Vita
Fortunati,Universitir di
BolognaElena
Agazzi,
Universiti
di
Bergarno
Scientific
Board
Andrea
Battistini
(Universith
di
Bologna),|ean
Bessidre
(Universitd
Paris
III
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Sorbonne
Nouvelle),
Dino
Buzzetti
(Universitir
di
Bologna),
Gilberto
Corbellini
(Universitir
di
Roma
>LaSapienzarr),
Theo
D'Haen
(KatholiekeUniversiteit
Leuven),
Claudio
Franceschi
(Universitir
di
Bologna), Brian
Hurwitz
(King's
College,
London), Moustapha
Kassem
(Odense
Universiteit,Denmark),Tom
Kirkr,vood
(Universityof
Newcastle),
Ansgar Ni.inning
()ustus
LiebigUniversitdt
GieBen),
Giuliano
Pancaldi
(Universith
di
Bologna),
ManfredPfister
(Freie
Universitit
Berlin),
Stefano Poggi
(Universith
di
Firenze),
Martin
Prochazka
(Univerzita
Karlova
v
Praze),
Maeve
Rea
(Queen'sCollege, Belfast),EwaSikora
(NenckiInstituteof Experimental Biology,
Warszawa),PaolaSpinozzi
(Universitirdi
Ferrara)
Editorial
Board
Kirsten Dickhaut(lustusLiebig
Universitlt
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Calzoni(Universitir
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Golinelli
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Bologna), Andrea
Grignolio
(Universithdi
Bologna), Pierfrancesco
Lostia(UniversitA
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Bologna)
Elena
Agazzr
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Giannetto
I
Franco
Giudice
(eds.)
Representing
Light
across
Arts
and
Sciences:
Theoriesand
Practices
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Elena
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Enrico
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Introduction
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ElioIucci
Between
BeginningandEnd.
Glares
of
Light in
the
]ewish
Tradition
. .
.
Franco GiudiceThe
Visible
World:
Aspects
of Optics
in
the
Seventeenth
Century
.. . .
.
Audrey
Taschini
He
Was
NofthatLight,
but
Was
Sentto
Bear
Witnesse
afThat
Light:
the
Language
of
Vision
and
Illumination
in
John
Donne'sCommentary
of
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1.8. . . .... . i
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. . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. .. . . .. . .
57
Angela
LocatelliDiscursiveIntersectionson
theSubject
of
"Light"in
English
Renaissance
Litgrature. .r. . . .. .
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. |. . .. . . r . .. . . .. . .... ...
69
RaulCalzoni
A
Never
Written
Treatise. Notes
onNovalis'
Representations
of
Light
.
.
87
Greta
Perletti"As
from
a
Dark andTroubled
Sea".
The
Light
of
Memory
in
Charlotte
Bront€'s
MatureFiction
103
119
T7
4LBibliographic
information
publishedby the
Deutsche
Nationalbibliothek
The Deutsche
Nationalbibliothek
lists this
publicationin
the
Deutsche
Nationalbibliografie; detailedbibliographic
data are available
in
theInternet
at
http://dnb.d-nb.de.
ISBN 978-3-8997
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Copyright
20I0
by
V&R
unipress
GmbH, D-39079 Goettingen
All
rights
reserved,
including
those
of translation
into
foreign
languages.
No
part
of this
work
may be
reproduced or
utilizedin
any
form
or by
any means,
electronic or mechanical,
including
photocopying,
microfflm
and recording, or by
any
information
storage
and retrievaislntem,
without
permission
in
writing from
the
publisher.
Coverimage:
Albert
Tissandier,"Paillettes
de
glace
eclairCes
par
les
rayonsdu soleil
observdes en
ballon",
1870s.
Printed
in
Germany
Alessandra
Violi
Anatomiesof
Light:
thePhotomatic Body
in
fin
desidcle Science
 
ii6,
Contents
Alberto
CastoldiEpiphaniesof Light.From
Raphaelle Peale'sVenus
Rising
from
the
Sea
Maria
Luisa
RoliThe
Gaze
andOptical
Devices
in
Goethe's
andStifter's
Works
. . .
.
141
155
Elisabeth
Bronfen
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LawrenceGasquet
Camera-Less
is
More:
The
Enlightened PhotographicalPracticeofFourContemporary
British Artists
(Christopher
Bucklow
Susan
Derges,
Garry
FabianMillgr&AdarnFuss)
t.
.
.
.
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,
.
.
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.
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195
Ronald
ShustermanThe
Art
of Light
and
the
Light
of
Art:
Epistemology
in
Contemporary
Sculpture r... . . ....,. . . ... ... . .. .o..r. .. r...
2L3
EnricoGiannetto
Towards
a
Photical
Idea of
Nature:
Physics
as
Photics
or
the
Light
ofRelativity. .. .. .
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.r...........r.. .r .
o
.r., .r .
233
Introd
uction
This book
arises
out
of
a series
of
seminarswe have
held
at
the University
of
Bergamo
on
the
issue
of
light
in
relation
to
a
research
in
the
international
thematic
Socrates
network
of
Ac
ume2.
The
book
is
not
theproceedings
of
these
seminars.
The
collectedpapershave been
substantially
revised,even
if
the
contributors
display clustersof concernsalong
a
spectrum
of
method
and
styles.
Consequently,
the
size
of
their
essays
is,
in
some
cases,
verydifferent.The
starting
point
ofthis
research
underSubproject
1
of
Acume2was the
emerging
awareness
in
anthropological,epistemologicaland
historical
studies
of
what
wecan
calltheinescapableentanglementbetween
literature
and
science.
Despitethe idealassurnptions
of
beingable
toprovide
anautonomousfoun-dation to
a
specific
disciplinary
knowledg.,
every concePtappears
to
overcomethe ideal
borderswhich
give
an
epistemicclosure.
Even
if
we
candefine
physicaltime by
somerneasurementprocedures,
we
know
thatphysical
time
derives
its
existence
from
previous philosophical,
mythical
and
so
liter
arY
forms of
con-
ceptualisation
to
which
it
is
intrinsically
and
historically
bound.Time
is
only
an
exarnple.
Our
conceptualisationsarerelated
to
semantic,
potentiallyinfinite,
fields,
defined
overall
kinds
ofknowledge.Theconceptof semantic
fielditself
is
a
metaphorof
a
physical
field
and semiotic
and
disciplinary
borders
are
meta-
phors oftopologicalfrontiers.There
isno doubt
that,
behind
any
trial
ofsimplification
of
rneanings
andconcepts,
the topology
of disciplinary
space
is
multiply-connectedinto
an
in-
extric able
complexity.
This
entanglernent
would
be enough
to imply
the
need
to
develop
interdis-
ciplinary
and
trans-disciplin
ary
approachesto the
enquiry
of
litercry
works
and
scientific
theories.As
well
as
metaphors,
also imagesaresources
ofknowledge.
Every
kindof
thinking,
€ven
scientific
thinking
is
a
sortofinternalvision.
The
first
step
is
hence
to
overcome
allmetaphysical
and episternic
borders
between
human
and
natural
sciences,
arnongthe
variousdisciplines,
betweenscienceand
literature.
So,
literature too
is
not
a
form
ofdifferentiated
knowledge.

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