6 edition of The Impasse of Modernity found in the catalog.
March 6, 2002
by Zed Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Samuel Bendeck Sotillos, The Impasse of Modern Psychology guiding principles,"5 says Carl Jung (1 ). This then leads us to the fo llowing dilemma: "What we call consciousness without an object, oneness, doesn't exist for modern psychology.". Pressured by the forces of modernity, doctrine has been misconceived and marginalized in the church. In this book, Richard Heyduck examines the false options on doctrine that modernity has offered the church, especially his own tradition, United Methodism, and suggests ways to get beyond this impasse.
modernity. This rich and important book builds on and advances MacIntyre s thinking in ethics and political philosophy, and will be of impasse, although theoretical, has important implications for practice. of modernity but also to characteristically modern modes of feeling and. By exhibiting their own kind of cognition and evidence, the moral emotions not only help to clarify the meaning of person, they reveal novel concepts of freedom, critique, and normativity. As such, they are able to engage our contemporary social imaginaries at the impasse of modernity and postmodernity.
Buxton Contemporary, in partnership with Melbourne-based publisher Discipline, are pleased to present a public lecture by Professor Andrew McNamara, based on his recently published book Surpassing Modernity: Ambivalence in Art, Politics and Society (Bloomsbury, ). Over the past few decades, cultural analysis has focused on developing terms to explain the surpassing of modernity. Weaving together ancient Greek texts and postmodernist theory, Christopher Rocco addresses the debate between modernity and postmodernity that dominates contemporary theory. Interpreting Greek drama within a critical framework informed by contemporary theorists Foucault, Habermas, Horkheimer and Adorno, Tragedy and Enlightenment makes a sophisticated argument for the continuing .
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O'Hara. Get this from a library. The impasse of modernity: debating the future of the global market economy. [Christian Comeliau] -- "Christian Comeliau, a well-known French economist, argues that understanding the historical logic of modernity must start with the economy.
There is a deep unease is growing over the direction of modern society. Christian Comeliau, a well-known French economist, argues that understanding the historical logic of modernity must start with the economy, but that constructive discussion of the future must look at economics within the framework of society’s goals and the limits of Nature.
Framed by a comparative study of Rhys's Good Morning, Midnight and Conrad's The Shadow-Line, Chapter 4 examines the problem of interior space that links Rhys's urban topography, Conrad's sea passages, and the arcades of Benjamin's Arcades Project.
This problem of interiority is illuminated by the problematic anteriority of Creole narrative perspective in Rhys's early work. There is a deep unease, widespread and growing, over the direction of modern society.
Christian Comeliau, a well-known French economist, argues that understanding the historical logic of modernity must start with the economy, but that constructive discussion of the future must look at economics within the framework of society's goals and the limits of lestisserandsduquebec.comau critiques the dominant.
In order to better cope with the pressures and stresses of the current day, modern psychology is anxiously seeking to find new therapies to address the increasing disorders within the human psyche.
In the process new fields of research, such as. This book supplies a way out of the nihilist impasse in which so much contemporary cultural criticism seems trapped.” ―Christopher Braider, University of Colorado at Boulder. For an online review see Timothy Melley, “Paranoid Modernity and the Diagnostics of Cultural Theory,” The Electronic Book Review, May 18, The book is divided into four sections.
The first section provides an outline of the theory of modernity in the Enlightenment project. In the second section, an attempt is made to trace the genealogy of the idea of development as modernity and how the African development process gets entangled with lestisserandsduquebec.com by: 6.
Jun 01, · Modernist Impasse, Christian Opportunity by Charles W. Colson June T he dawn of a new millennium finds us at what some have called the modernist impasse. During the past generation, as the writings of European existentialist philosophers swept across this country, people began to believe that the ultimate object in life was personal.
The Iranian Impasse France’s leading Iran specialist, observes in his latest book L Hoping to build what Dabashi calls “an anti-colonial modernity,” the great writer Ali Akbar. Get this from a library. The other roots: wandering origins in roots of Brazil and the impasses of modernity in Ibero-America.
[Pedro Meira Monteiro; Flora Thomson-DeVeaux] -- "First published inthe classic work Roots of Brazil by Sérgio Buarque de Holanda presented an analysis of why and how a European culture flourished in a large tropical environment that was.
The book Beyond the Impasse: New Directions in Development Theory, Frans J. Schuurman is published by Zed Books. The book Beyond the Impasse: New Directions in Development Theory, Frans J.
Schuurman is published by Zed Books. Modernity, Post-modernity and the New Social Movements by Frans J. Schuurman. Zeroing in on the current era of late or hypermodernity, the book contests the idea that there is something new in globalisation and its neo-liberal development paradigm.
The third section turns to the complex but pertinent question of how, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, Africa can transcend the impasse of modernity. Jan 13, · This book supplies a way out of the nihilist impasse in which so much contemporary cultural criticism seems trapped." (Christopher Braider, University of Colorado at Boulder) "In Paranoia and Modernity, paranoia represents the compulsive need to hold others responsible for one's failure to match ideality to reality.
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Far from displacing religions, as has been supposed, capitalism became one, with money as its deity. Eugene McCarraher reveals how mammon ensnared us and how we can find a more humane/5(4).
Eugene McCarraher participated in the Spring Institute for Lived Theology and the Lived Theology and Power Workgroup meeting one. May 31, · Zeroing in on the current era of late or hypermodernity, the book contests the idea that there is something new in globalisation and its neo-liberal development paradigm.
The third section turns to the complex but pertinent question of how, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, Africa can transcend the impasse of modernity.
This book follows these experiments in the art of unpleasure, connecting modernism's signature characteristics, such as irony, allusiveness, and obscurity, to an ambitious attempt to reconfigure bliss. Development theory in the past decade has met with increasingly heavy criticism.
Dependency theories, as well as modes of production and world-system approaches, have come to be considered as internally inconsistent and inadequate for explaining the increasing diversity and unevenness of the Third World. This book confronts the theoretical impasse which many feel has been lestisserandsduquebec.coms: 1.
This book, in contrast, argues that the key texts of modernity and post-modernity may be approached through figures and narratives of paralysis.
Motion, John Culbert contends, is no more defining of modern travel than fixations, resistance, and impasse; concepts and figures of travel, he posits, must be rethought in this more static light.
— Beyond the Impasse This book confronts the theoretical impasse which many feel has been reached. Development scholars from various disciplines review recent changes in research priorities, procedures and orientations, and detect the emergence of new and diverse lines of theoretical development in the field.
Modernity, Post-Modernity.Nov 29, · Discussion is stranded in an impasse between those who view the term modernity with automatic disdain-as deterministic, Eurocentric or imperialistic-and a booming interest that is renewing the study of modernism. Another dilemma is that the urge to move away from, or beyond, modernity arises because it is viewed as difficult, even unsavoury.Apostles of Modernity shows the evolution of this civilizing mission in Algeria, and illustrates how these 40 years were decisive in shaping the principal ideological tenets in French colonization of the region.
This book offers a rethinking of 19th-century French colonial history.