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One in David Brown 35 particular speaks of a figure who ‘had no form or comeliness that we should look at him, and no beauty that we should desire him. 53 But could pain ever mar, far less destroy, a human body graced by the divine? 55 Others, however, argued that the wounds must remain even after the Ascension, since only the eternal nature of Christ’s sacrifice guaranteed human salvation. The poet Gerard Manley Hopkins is among those who take the contrary view: There met in Jesus Christ all things that can make man lovely and loveable.
While, of course, there is no smoke without some fire, in the main it seems to me that both accounts are thoroughly misleading and for very roughly the same reason. Critique is presumed to imply rejection, whereas it is precisely because the body is valued and taken seriously that it is subjected to such suspicion. Admittedly, this is less true of Platonism, since the body here has no ultimate role in the scheme of things. 1 Even so, this is not held to entail that either our bodies or the world in general are of no value.
25. ‘Number’ here is to be understood as the measurable order of the universe, and time as the measure used for it. 26. It would seem to be a corollary of this that smell, taste and touch cannot really report beauty: and indeed, this position is stated at Hippias Major, 298d–299c. 27. So, variously, Gorgias, 525a; Timaeus, 69b, 87c–e; Philebus, 64e. 28. Sophist, 236a. See also Republic, 420cd and (if it is by Plato) Hippias Major, 290b. 27–36). 2 Body as Graced or Vile: Tensions in the Christian Vision David Brown A common assumption in much contemporary writing about the body is that Christianity has throughout most of its history been uniformly hostile and antagonistic.
A Guide to the Wrightsman Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art/E0720P by N. Y.) Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York