Une théologie trinitaire in statu nascendi : l'avènement d'une poétique théâtrale du corps et du geste selon l'Évangile de Jean

Abstract : Our study utilizes an interdisciplinary approach emerging from both the living art of theater - with its implicit notion of theatricality - and Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology of the body. This double approach allows for a phenomenological reading of the theatrical gesture found throughout the Johannine narrative. We can then proceed from there in our foundation of a poetical theology of the gesture. We begin by recognizing the Johannine narrative’s primary authority: there we discern the emergence of the logos of the relationship between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit in connection with the disciples. This particular discernment takes place against the broader horizon of a poetics of the gesture. We then resituate the ‘poetic’ in its etymological sense as ‘the act of doing or making (poiein)’. This originating context highlights the ‘poetical’ as an expressive action of the body that is in process toward completion. This reading of the poetic as an action in the process of making [or doing] then allows us to recognize a logos underlying the bodily gesture that reveals itself and makes itself known in its nascent state. Such a poetics concerns the very theatricality of the body itself. Indeed, we do not limit ourselves to exploring the phenomenon of bodily theatricality underlying the Johannine narrative (i.e., an analysis of theatricality). Rather, we seek to uncover a poetical thought of the body manifesting itself in its nascent state – in statu nascendi – by means of Johannine theatricality.
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Francisco Jacquet Rojas. Une théologie trinitaire in statu nascendi : l'avènement d'une poétique théâtrale du corps et du geste selon l'Évangile de Jean. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013PA030075⟩. ⟨tel-01335751⟩

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