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Lucy, Niall - Dictionary of Postmodernism, ebook

Dictionary of Postmodernism

Lucy, Niall


A Dictionary of Postmodernism presents an authoritative A-Z of the critical terms and central figures related to the origins and evolution of postmodernist theory and culture. Explores the names and ideas that have come to define the postmodern condition

Braidotti, Rosi - Metamorphoses: Towards a Materialist Theory of Becoming, ebook

Metamorphoses: Towards a Materialist Theory of Becoming

Braidotti, Rosi

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The discussions about the ethical, political and human implications of the postmodernist condition have been raging for longer than most of us care to remember. They have been especially fierce within feminism. After a brief flirtation with postmodern thinking in the 1980s, mainstream feminist

Irzik, Gürol - Philosophy, Science, Education and Culture, ebook

Philosophy, Science, Education and Culture

Irzik, Gürol


Table of contents
Part 1. Epistemology and Education
1. Belief, Learning and Education
2. Knowledge, Education and Critical Inquiry
3. Plato on Knowledge, and a Socratic Model of Inquiry
4. Some Problems for Theories of Knowledge and Their Resolution
5. Varieties of Constructivism and the Inaccessibility of

Halnon, Karen Bettez - The Consumption of Inequality, ebook

The Consumption of Inequality

Halnon, Karen Bettez


Table of contents
1. Introduction Weapons of Mass Distraction
Karen Bettez Halnon
2. Financial Crisis, Ideology, and Alienation
Karen Bettez Halnon
3. Critiquing Postmodernist Zeitgeist
Karen Bettez Halnon
4. Prison Chic
Karen Bettez Halnon
5. Black Ghetto Cool
Karen Bettez Halnon

Nixon, Kari - Endemic, ebook


Nixon, Kari


Contagious Culture and Cultures of Contagion
2. Contagion and Anarchy: Matthew Arnold and the Disease of Modern Life
Lorenzo Servitje
3. Dark Zones: The Ebola Body as a Configuration of Horror
Catherine Belling

Giles, Paul - American World Literature: An Introduction, ebook

American World Literature: An Introduction

Giles, Paul


The author examines how the perception of American culture has changed significantly over time and how this has been an object of widespread social and political debate. From examples of early American literature to postmodernism, the book charts ways in which the