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Word Made Skin: Figuring Language at the Surface of Flesh

Word Made Skin: Figuring Language at the Surface of Flesh

Word Made Skin: Figuring Language at the Surface of Flesh
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Word Made Skin: Figuring Language at the Surface of Flesh Trade paperback - 2004 - 3rd Edition

by MacKendrick, Karmen

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Fordham University Press, 2004. Trade Paperback. Very Good. Light edgewear, else tight and clean.
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  • Title Word Made Skin: Figuring Language at the Surface of Flesh
  • Author MacKendrick, Karmen
  • Binding Trade Paperback
  • Edition number 3rd
  • Edition 3
  • Condition Used - Very Good
  • Pages 215
  • Volumes 1
  • Language ENG
  • Publisher Fordham University Press, New York
  • Date 2004
  • Features Bibliography, Index, Table of Contents
  • Bookseller's Inventory # 1002192
  • ISBN 9780823224074 / 0823224074
  • Weight 0.74 lbs (0.34 kg)
  • Dimensions 8.46 x 5.8 x 0.64 in (21.49 x 14.73 x 1.63 cm)
  • Themes
    • Religious Orientation: Christian
  • Library of Congress subjects Language and languages - Philosophy, Human body (Philosophy)
  • Library of Congress Catalog Number 2004018985
  • Dewey Decimal Code 128.6

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About the author

Karmen MacKendrick is a professor of philosophy and an associate chair of the McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation at Le Moyne College. Her work in philosophical theology is entangled with several other disciplines, particularly those involved with words, with flesh, or with the pleasures to be taken in both. These preoccupations appear in several books, most recently Divine Enticement: Theological Seductions (Fordham University Press, 2013).