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    • The Role of the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of John within Origen's and Augustine's Commentaries 

      Hermanin De Reichenfeld, G (University of Exeter Theology and Religion, 23 April 2019)
      The aim of this thesis is to propose a heuristic comparison between Origen’s and Augustine’s different understandings of the role of the Holy Spirit in their interpretation of the Gospel of John. In particular, I will ...
    • An Epistolary Thomas Hardy: Proximity and Distance 

      Angear, H (University of Exeter English, 13 May 2019)
      This thesis presents an archive-based socio-historical and literary-critical study of the poet and novelist Thomas Hardy who is encountered through epistolary conversations. It situates letter exchange within a broader ...
    • Relational Basis of the Organism's Self-organization A Philosophical Discussion 

      Karaca, C (University of Exeter Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology, 20 May 2019)
      In this thesis, I discuss the organism’s self-organization from the perspective of relational ontology. I critically examine scientific and philosophical sources that appeal to the concept of self-organization. By doing ...
    • Intimate Encounters: Sympathy in the Modernist and Contemporary Novel 

      Nagy-Seres, I (University of Exeter English, 13 May 2019)
      This thesis explores ideas of sympathy in the works of modernist authors D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf and Elizabeth Bowen, and contemporary novelist Ian McEwan. Read in parallel with Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology, ...
    • Didache, Torah, and the Gentile Mission: A Mediation of Torah for the Church 

      Nessim, D (University of Exeter Humanities, 20 May 2019)
      Long looked to for insights into the life of the early church, the Didache’s reception of the Torah has received significant passing attention but never benefitted from an extended systematic analysis. Well received in the ...