The Ends of Theory
Jerry Herron, Dorothy Huson, Ross Pudaloff, Robert Strozier
Wayne State University Press, 1996 - 326 стор.
Featuring diverse disciplines and including creative as well as critical work, The Ends of Theory both exemplifies the impact of critical theory and questions its future. The sixteen essays in this anthology reflect on the nature and purpose of theoretical work in the humanities and succeed in bridging critical and creative production. Contributors include Arthur Danto, Paul A. Bové, Bob Perelman, and Steve McCaffery.
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The Ends of Theory Wallace Martin
Some Notes on the Critics Search for Authority
De Mans End Steven E Cole
In the Name of Theory Sharon Willis
Said Herodotus and
From Ends of Theory to Theories of the End Wallace Martin
Aims and Ends
Theory and the Crisis
On the Alleged Shift in the Humanities
academic aesthetic allegory analysis argues Art World Barrett Watten becomes Bob Perelman Brillo Box Bulatov's calls Chicago claim concept consciousness construction contemporary context critical theory critique cultural studies deconstruction Deleuze Deleuze's Derrida DINH discourse End of History end of theory Erik Bulatov essay experience fact feminine feminism feminist figures Foucault Fredric Jameson Fukuyama gender Grammatology Hegel hermeneutic Herodotus historicism human ideological interpretation Jameson linguistic literary theory Logic Lyn Hejinian Man's meaning metaphysics Mille plateaux mode modern movement narrative NGUYEN Nietzsche nonnarrative notion object ontological Orientalism parataxis philosophical poem poetic language poetry political position possibility postmodern poststructuralism practice precisely present production question radical reader reading relation representation Rhetoric of Temporality Ron Silliman Said's Schor sense Sentence signs Silliman social space structure textual thematic theoretical theory's things tion tive totality traditional TRAN truth University Press VINH writing York