Poststructuralism: a very short introduction by Catherine Belsey

Poststructuralism: a very short introduction

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ISBN: 0192801805, 9780192801807
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Page: 132

While the poststructuralist temptation may be to ignore Whitman's persistent first person viewpoint the reader can arrive at his or her own interpretation of the text by embracing it. Some Pre-Twentieth Century Metaphilosophy; Defining Metaphilosophy; Explicit and Implicit Metaphilosophy; The Classification of Metaphilosophies – and the Treatment that Follows. Barthes: A Very Short Introduction. Analytic Metaphilosophy The Later Heidegger; Derrida's Post-Structuralism. 1: Toward an Existentialist Theory of History; vol. The later thought of Heidegger advocates a postmetaphysical thinking too, albeit a very different one; and Heidegger associates metaphysics with the ills of modernity. Quote: The Very Short Introduction series was launched in 3996 with Classics by Mary Beard, and now represents a wide variety of topics in history, philosophy, religion, science, and the humanities. 2: A Poststructuralist Mapping of History. His most recent books are The Philosophy of Information (Oxford, 2011), Information – A Very Short Introduction (Oxford, 2010), and The Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics (Cambridge, 2010). Gary gutting holds the Notre Dame Chair in Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. Heidegger strongly Introduction. The combination of a reader and a digested version--Like Eagleton's Literary Theory: An Introduction Barry's Beginning Theory (I'm using a different text from the Beginning series and like it a lot) or Culler's Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction-- is a good bet. Nor does the introduction historicize the explosion of structuralism and poststructuralism into literature departments except in the most indirect way, painting a portrait of an ideal “pre-theory” department.

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