In Kazantzakis's work every woman who tries to escape from her nature (and thus from life) fails, like the widow in Zorba, while the women who accept the carnality
of their spirits succeed like Helen, Diktena, and even Mary Magdalene.
These things have been lost as a result of carnality
, indolence, hypocrisy as characterised by the miasmas of the travellers.
It's the idea that there is a vertical dimension from God at the top to animalistic carnality
at the bottom.
It's a shattering performance of a self-abusive New York bachelor who avoids intimacy with the compulsive pursuit of carnality
Far from encouraging jolly rogering, a recurring motif in the plays is the expression of a revulsion against carnality
, "honeying and making love over the nasty sty.
She was innocence and grace; he was carnality
Nevertheless, many of the same tropes used to characterize Jews--such as their carnality
and literalism--were used to describe Muslims.
By this I mean that, although Heidegger has much to say about the thingly character of the artwork, and Merleau-Ponty, for instance, has a rich way of talking about the participatory carnality
of painting, what is most important for both of these writers is the way the art work--generic in the case of Heidegger; painting in the case of Merleau-Ponty--acknowledges the emergence of something that requires recognition rather than manipulation; something that elicits a style of approach before any dramaturgy of invention.
Maybe the approachable, folksy tunes make it so memorable, not to mention the carnality
of the texts.
1) While an ego is arguably circumscribed by flesh, it is not usually considered fleshy; Loy's use of "carnose" asks us to reconfigure the ego as inseparable from its body, and this demand jars against the definition of carnality
as opposed to all things spiritual or intellectual.
The third-act bordello scene has the view reversed: we are now looking out into an opera house from the stage, with the choir shedding their clothes and busy with their carnality
And yet today it could seem seamy; especially if postmarked Mykonos, the renowned 'gay island', which markets itself on casual carnality