Maps and Mirrors: Topologies of Art and Politics

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Steve Martinot
Northwestern University Press, 2001 - 342 頁
Maps and Mirrors explores the links and gaps between the aesthetic and the political at the intersection of philosophy and literature. Testing the major voices of aesthetic and literary theory, it raises important questions about the implicit political contexts and commitments of thinkers from Kant to de Man. Taken together the essays provide a tour of the complexities and richness of contemporary modes of critique.
 

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Parti Maps
1
Gadamers Aesthetics in Practice in Wer bin
16
Structure Flow and Balance in Montaignes Essay
28
Sublimity Sublimation
40
Mirrors
61
of Judgment
68
Nietzsche and
83
Heideggers Leap
103
The Problem of TruthContent Wahrheitsgehalf
176
The Unknown Masterpiece
185
Textuality
222
Movements
239
Aesthetics Politics
257
The Promise of Redemption
275
Production or Letting Be
304
Bibliography
319

in the Critique of Judgment
130
Morphologies
153
Notes on Contributors
339
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\Steve Martinot teaches in the Center for Interdisciplinary Programs at San Francisco State University.

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