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Critique and Postcritique

Author: Elizabeth S Anker; Rita Felski
Publisher: Durham Duke University Press 2017
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Cover -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part I. Countertraditions of Critique -- 1. "Nothing Is Hidden": From Confusion to Clarity -- or, Wittgenstein on Critique -- 2. The Temptations: Donna Haraway, Feminist Objectivity, and the Problem of Critique -- 3. The Eighteenth-Century Origins of Critique -- Part II. Styles of Reading -- 4. Romancing the Real: Bruno Latour, Ian McEwan, and Postcritical Monism -- 5.
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Additional Physical Format: Critique and postcritique
Durham : Duke University Press, 2017
329 Seiten
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth S Anker; Rita Felski
ISBN: 9780822373049 0822373041 9780822363613 0822363615
OCLC Number: 1021102259
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (337 Seiten)
Contents: Introduction / Elizabeth S. Anker and Rita Felski 1 Part I. Countertraditions of Critique 1. "Nothing Is Hidden": From Confusion to Clarity; or, Wittgenstein in Critique / Toril Moi 31 2. The Temptations: Donna Haraway, Feminist Objectivity, and the Problem of Critique / Heather Love 50 3. The Eighteenth-Century Origins of Critique / Simon During 73 Part II. Styles of Reading 4. Romancing the Real: Bruno Latour, Ian McEwan, and Postcritical Monism / Jennifer L. Fleissner 99 5. Symptomatic Reading Is a Problem of Form / Ellen Rooney 127 6. A Heap of Cliche / C. Namwali Serpell 153 7. Why We Love Coetzee; or, The Childhood of Jesus and the Funhouse of Critique / Elizabeth S. Anker 183 Part III. Affects, Politics, Institutions 8. Hope for Critique? / Christopher Castiglia 211 9. What Are the Politics of Critique? The Function of Criticism at a Different Time / Russ Castronovo 230 10. Tragedy and Translation: A Future for Critique in a Secular Age / John Michael 252 11. Then and Now / Eric Hayot 279 Bibliography 297 About the Contributors 313 Index 317

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