By Jan Urbich
By Jan Urbich
By Michel Delville,Andrew Norris
This examine examines how starvation narratives and performances give a contribution to a reconsideration of missed or prohibited domain names of pondering which just a complete disagreement with the body’s heterogeneity and plasticity can demonstrate. From literary motif or psychosomatic symptom to innovative gesture or existential illness, the double crux of starvation and disgust is a robust strength which could outline the event of embodiment. Kafka’s fantasy of the "Hunger Artist" bargains a matrix for the short, whereas its astonishing last-page revelation introduces disgust as a correlative of abstinence, awake or differently. Grounded in Kristeva’s concept of abjection, the determine of the fraught physique lurking on the center of the damaging ugly gathers precision all through this examine, the place it really is hired in a widening sequence of contexts: suicide via overeating, hunger as self-performance or political resistance, the teratological as opposed to the totalitarian, the anorexic harboring of loss of life. within the technique, writers and artists as diversified as Herman Melville, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Christina Rossetti, George Orwell, Knut Hamsun, J.M. Coetzee, Cindy Sherman, Pieter Breughel, Marina Abramovic, David Nebreda, Paul McCarthy, and others are introduced into the dialogue. by means of taking a look at the several acts of visceral, affective, and ideological resistance played through the ravenous physique, this e-book intensifies the connection among starvation and disgust stories whereas supplying perception into the modalities of the "dark ugly" which tell the aesthetics and politics of starvation. it will likely be of worth to an individual drawn to the tradition, politics, and subjectivity of embodiment, and students operating in the fields of disgust experiences, nutrients stories, literary stories, cultural thought, and media studies.
By Garry L. Hagberg,Walter Jost
By G. Mazzalovo
By Axel Pichler
Die Studie widmet sich der Frage nach der Bedeutung und Funktion von Textualität und Darstellungsform für die Philosophie im Allgemeinen und Nietzsches Denken im Besonderen. Im Mittelpunkt steht die Lektüre ausgewählter Kapitel der Götzen-Dämmerung. Die Konsequenzen der Schriftlichkeit von Philosophie werden herausgearbeitet. Dabei wird auch die in Nietzsches Nachlass umfangreich dokumentierte Genese des Werkes in ihrer Überlieferungsform berücksichtigt. Durch die Anknüpfung an die Nietzsche-Forschung, an aktuelle textual content- und editionstheoretische sowie an philosophische Debatten wie die Frage nach Formen nichtpropositionalen Wissens zeichnet die Studie die philosophisch-kognitive Valenz der textuellen Darstellungsformen der Götzen-Dämmerung nach. Dabei werden insbesondere die Rolle von Selbstbezüglichkeitsfiguren sowie der von diesen häufig katalysierten ästhetischen oder intratextuellen Autosubversionen freigelegt.
By Per-Olof Wickman
Centered round an empirical research of ways scholars and their lecturers use aesthetic language and acts in the course of laboratory and box paintings, the e-book demonstrates that aesthetics is whatever that's consistently mentioned in technological know-how type and that those aesthetic reviews are in detail inquisitive about studying technological know-how. those empirical findings are regarding present debates in regards to the relation among aesthetics and technology, and approximately motivation, participation, studying and socio-cultural concerns in technological know-how schooling. This ebook features:
*an empirical demonstration of the significance and particular roles of aesthetic reviews in studying science;
*a novel contribution to the present debate on easy methods to comprehend motivation, participation and studying; and
*a new technique of learning studying in action.
Part I sketches out the theoretical thoughts of Wickman's sensible epistemology research of the elemental position of aesthetics in technological know-how and technological know-how schooling. half II develops those strategies via an research of using aesthetic judgments while scholars and academics are speaking in college technological know-how periods. half III sums up the final implications of the theoretical underpinnings and empirical findings for educating and studying technological know-how. the following Wickman expands the findings of his learn past the collage surroundings to K-8 institution technological know-how, and explicates what it is going to suggest to make technological know-how schooling extra aesthetically meaningful.
Wickman's conclusions deal to a wide volume with aesthetic event as person transformation and with people's clients for participation in an job reminiscent of technology schooling. those conclusions have value past technological know-how educating and studying that are supposed to be of shock to educators as a rule. This e-book is meant for tutorial researchers, graduate scholars, and instructor educators in technological know-how schooling the world over, in addition to these attracted to aesthetics, philosophy of schooling, discourse research, socio-cultural concerns, motivation, studying and meaning-making extra generally.
By Michael Horvath
By Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka,Patricia Trutty-Coohill
By Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
By E.E. Kleist