“In Our Body the Scripture Becomes Fulfilled” : Gendered Bodiliness and the Making of the Gender System in Martin Luther’s Anthropology (1520–1530)
This doctoral dissertation examines Martin Luther’s view of the human being during a decade of ecclesiastical, social, and political turmoil. The vital perspectives in scrutinizing Luther’s anthropology are gender, bodiliness, sexuality, and power. The study first asks how gendered bodiliness was treated in Luther’s discussions on femininity and masculinity, and, consequently, in what wa...
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