Undoing the Social: Towards a Deconstructive Sociology

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Hobbes (1651), Pereyre (1655), Spinoza (1670) attacked the Mosaic authorship, but merely incidentally, in works in which anything like a systematic criticism found no place. The distinction of levels here implies that there may be analogous forms of the point of epiphany. Wasafiri: Journal of Caribbean, African, Asian and Associated Literatures and Film. 26 (1997): 3-8. _____. "Which Way Post-Colonial Theory?: Current Problems and Future Prospects." What can education learn from the arts about the practice of education?

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Gabriela Mistral: The Teacher from the Valley of Elqui

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If indeed all cooperative social activities “involve a moment of inquiry” (Putnam 1994, 174), then they also need a moment of self-reflection on the assumptions of such inquiry itself. A critical theory of globalization is a practical or praxeologically oriented theory that sees the “fact of globalization” in relation to the goal of realizing the norms of human emancipation and democracy. © 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989 Although design infuses every object in the material world and gives form to immaterial processes as well, it is only recently that design itself has become the focus of intellectual debate.

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Anglo-Irish Autobiography: Class, Gender, and the Forms of

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Merging theoretical models derived from anthropology and from contemporary art discourse, We Roma: A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art looks at the Roma (i.e. Al-Naqqash, Raja', Maq`ad amama al-sitar: dirasat fi al-naqd al- masrahi, Cairo: n.p., 1971. From their pages great souls look down in all their grandeur, undimmed by the faults and follies of earthly existence, consecrated by time (Whipple 386).... [tags: Literature] In What Ways Has Structuralism Impacted on Literary Criticism? - In what ways has structuralism impacted on literary criticism.

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The Poetical Works of Joames Russell Lowell. Household Ed

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Edited by Lionel Bovier and Fabrice Stroun. The myth critic wishes to discover how certain works of literature, usually those that have become, or promise to become, "classics," image a kind of reality to which readers give perennial response--while other works, seemingly as well constructed, and even some forms of reality, leave them cold. The second volume in an enterprising trilogy on African-American literature, The Signifying Monkey--which expands the arguments of Figures in Black--makes an important contribution to literary theory, African-American literature, folklore, and literary history. "Apart from suggesting new ways of looking at black literature, this original work is a singular contribution to linguistics, anthropology and rhetoric.

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The Age Of Tennyson: From 1830 To 1870

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He asks why Shakespeare has kept the favor of his country- men and answers his question by declaring that it is because he avoided the "irregular combinations of fanciful invention," for "just representations of general nature. ... Jörn Donner’s argument, that the ‘central theme of Wild Strawberries is loneliness’, in one of the first books on Bergman in English, may have initiated this. But according to the necessities of the case and the opinions held about the Forms, if Forms can be shared in, there must be Ideas of substances only.

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Lorca: The Gay Imagination

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The chief problem, Parmenides says, is figuring out the exact relationship between the form and the particular. Such a man makes himself invulnerable, and, though Aristotle disapproves of him, there is no question that he is a predestined artist, just as the alazon is one of his predestined victims. Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. He believed that poetry should express something personal about the poet and the poet should be emotionally involved with the poem.

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Revaluation

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But if you're told to think of criticism in a more artistic sense, your minds might leap over to someone like Roger Ebert, famous movie critic. However, in the aggregate, we might call Sydney a more industrially or commercially inflected producer of film criticism. It abounds in simple character sketches, dialogues, and anecdotes. Had such individual names appeared in Exodus, we would have been spared hundreds of tomes and thousands of articles debating their identity.

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Colonialism and the Emergence of Science Fiction (Early

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Appleton and Co., 1903 This book is intended primarily for use as a textbook in schools and colleges. Stylisticians also use the same kind of approach on non-literary texts. Gynocentrics - "a term coined by the feminist scholar-critic Elaine Showalter to define the process of constructing "a female framework for analysis of women's literature [in order] to develop new models [of interpretation] based on the study of female experience, rather than to adapt to male models and theories'" (Bressler 269, see General Resources below).

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Rereading Aphra Behn: History, Theory, and Criticism

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The poet's diction must be poetic, not common. Racks and dungeons belong in the sinister vision not because they are morally forbidden but because it is impossible [155] to make them objects of desire. He has a powerful experience, a vision of life which he wishes to communicate to others through his work, but whether it is adequately communicated or not, whether it has moving, transporting qualities or not, whether the writer has succeeded in expressing what he intended to express…etc… are the questions which a student of literature(critic) which balanced mind, poetic sensibility – though not poetic ability and capacity – has to reply.

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A Fine Romance: Five Ages of Film Feminism (Culture And The

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Nietzsche proclaimed that God was dead and it was not long after that the notion of an author lost its meaning. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1997 [Added by GPL ]. _____. Are there aspects of the play that the feminist approach has trouble explaining? I think the whole censorship deal is kind of ridiculios and pointless for the most part. Freud's English follower Ernest Jones examined these plays in his book Hamlet and Oedipus (1949). A reaction against their earlier enthusiasm set in, a reaction intensified by the activities of the so-called social Darwinists, who justified the evils of nineteenth-century indus- trialism on the grounds that they wiped out the unfit and thus improved the race.

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