The author studies Bulgarian Bogomils' social practices of resistance to state and church authorities. The author analyses different forms of power's existing in First Bulgarian Empire in Xth century ("strategies") and forms of resistance to them ("tactics"), represented in texts of followers and opponents of the Bogomils' heresy. The author concludes that corporeal (physical) nature of power is strongly connected to the Bogomils' rejection of corpore-ality within the framework of dualistic worldview, in other words: that the worldview (symbolical) structure, as it is represented in texts, is strongly connected to social practices.
|Журнал||Dialog so Vremenem|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - 1 янв 2017|