11884Re: emic / etic
- Feb 2, 2006Ok, Mike and Cari, I am taking notes... keep 'em comming.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, lady_caritas <no_reply@...>
> --- In email@example.com, Mike Leavitt <ac998@> wrote:
> > Hello pmcvflag
> > On 02/01/06, you wrote:
> > > I was thinking of maybe making another lexicon like the one I
> > > of Gnostic (and Platonist) terms, only with these academic
> > > that one may come across in books dealing with Gnosticism froman
> > > historical perspective.defined,
> > >
> > > Etic, Emic, Apophatic, Docetic, etc...
> > >
> > > Can anyone think of any other terms that often come up?
> > >
> > > PMCV
> > Encrantism for one, and its opposite, the official name of which
> > eludes me right now. Also the Platonic idea(l) should be
> > it had so much influence on gnosticism.
> > Regards
> > --
> > Mike Leavitt ac998_@_lafn._org remove -'s
> Mike, if "encratism" would signify devaluation of or even
> bodily pleasures, then perhaps its opposite might be somethingalready
> like "libertinism" or even "antinomianism"? I believe PMCV
> has "antinomianism" in his current lexicon, but not the others.So,
> in addition to defining terms, if there is any interest,too.
> comparison/contrast with other academic terms might be helpful,
> For instance, PMCV, your lexicon has "syncretism." You often like
> distinguish this term from "eclecticism," which is not on thecurrent
> list. Likewise, "docetism" (on the current list) might becompared
> to "adoptionism."
> Just some ideas.
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