New Philosophy For New Media

Author: Mark B. N. Hansen
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262083218
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New Philosophy For New Media from the Author: Mark B. N. Hansen. An in-depth account for how the information in digital art is filtered by the body to create images focuses on new media artists--including Jeffrey Shaw, Douglas Gordon, and Bill Viola--and explores the bodily basis of vision.

The New Philosophy And Universal Languages In Seventeenth Century England

Author: Robert E. Stillman
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
ISBN: 9780838753101
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The New Philosophy And Universal Languages In Seventeenth Century England from the Author: Robert E. Stillman. "Robert E. Stillman's book is an effort to restore the neglected history of those new philosophies of seventeenth-century England that sought to align themselves not with radical ideologies, but with the conservative interests of centralizing state power. Against the background of England's universal language movement, his study traces the development of three distinguishable philosophical projects, organized upon three distinguishable theories of language. In all three, a more perfect language comprises both a model and a means for achieving a more perfect philosophy, and that philosophy, in turn, a vehicle for promoting political authority in the state. Those three projects are the new philosophies of Lord Chancellor Bacon, Thomas Hobbes, and Bishop John Wilkins, all of which can be usefully understood in the broader context of the century's cultural politics and in the more specific circumstances of the century's fascination with the construction of a universal language. Bacon, Hobbes, and Wilkins construct philosophies out of deeply held convictions about the need to provide a saving form of knowledge to remedy cultural crises. That saving form of knowledge, as it develops in the lines of linguistic thought that extend from Bacon's Instauration to Wilkins's Philosophical Language, is both a product of and one potent agent in producing the emerging, scientistically designed, modern state."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Outline Of A New Philosophy

Author: Daniel Greenberg
Publisher: The Sudbury Valley School
ISBN: 9781888947175
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Outline Of A New Philosophy from the Author: Daniel Greenberg.

Toward A New Philosophy Of Biology

Author: Ernst Mayr
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674896666
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Toward A New Philosophy Of Biology from the Author: Ernst Mayr. Provides a philosophical analysis of such biological concepts as natural selection, adaptation, speciation, and evolution

A New Philosophy Of Society

Author: Manuel DeLanda
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1441151745
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A New Philosophy Of Society from the Author: Manuel DeLanda. Manuel DeLanda is a distinguished writer, artist and philosopher. In his new book, he offers a fascinating look at how the contemporary world is characterized by an extraordinary social complexity. Since most social entities, from small communities to large nation-states, would disappear altogether if human minds ceased to exist, Delanda proposes a novel approach to social ontology that asserts the autonomy of social entities from the conceptions we have of them.

Sceptres And Sciences In The Spains

Author: Ruth Hill
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
ISBN: 9780853235965
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Sceptres And Sciences In The Spains from the Author: Ruth Hill. Sceptres and Sciences argues convincingly that previous research on the Hispanic Late Baroque has underweighted the ideologies of ethnicity and empire embedded in Cartesianism and French neoclassicism. "... a masterful work of scholarship... should become essential reading in the field of Colonial and Spanish Enlightenment Studies."—Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

A New Philosophy Of History

Author: Frank Ankersmit
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1780231628
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A New Philosophy Of History from the Author: Frank Ankersmit. What is history? From Thucydides to Toynbee historians and nonhistorians alike have wondered how to answer this question. A New Philosophy of History reflects on developments over the last two decades in historical writing, not least the renewed interest in the status of narrative itself and the presence of the authorial "voice." Subjects include the problems of Grand Narrative, multiple voices and the personal presence of the historian in his text, the ambitions of the French Annales school and the so-called "Grand Chronicler," and the relevance of non-literary models—museum presentations and picturings—regarding historical discourse. The range of approaches found in A New Philosophy of History ensures that this book will establish itself as required reading not only for historians, but for everyone interested in literary theory, philosophy, or cultural studies. This volume presents essays by Hans Kellner, Nancy F. Partner, Richard T. Vann, Arthur C. Danto, Linda Orr, Philippe Carrard, Ann Rigney, Allan Megill, Robert Berkhofer, Stephen Bann, and Frank Ankersmit.

Perception Theory And Commitment

Author: Harold I. Brown
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226076188
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Perception Theory And Commitment from the Author: Harold I. Brown. With originality and clarity, Harold Brown outlines first the logical empiricist tradition and then the more historical and process-oriented approach he calls the “new philosophy of science.” Examining the two together, he describes the very transition between them as an example of the kind of change in historical tradition with which the new philosophy of science concerns itself. “I would recommend it to every historian of science and to every philosopher of science. . . . I found it clear, readable, accurate, cogent, insightful, perceptive, judicious, and full of original ideas.” —Maurice A. Finocchiaro, Isis “The best and most original aspect of the book is its overall conception.” —Thomas S. Kuhn Harold I. Brown is professor of philosophy at Northern Illinois University.

Salmon Fishing

Author: Richard Waddington
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Salmon Fishing from the Author: Richard Waddington.

Reshaping Reason

Author: John McCumber
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253219361
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Reshaping Reason from the Author: John McCumber. In Reshaping Reason, John McCumber breathes new life into American philosophy. Moving past the tired divide between "analytic" and "continental" camps, he proposes new directions to unite a discipline which has become more unfocused and invisible. McCumber recommends a new set of rational tools to enable philosophers and then puts these tools to work to redefine epistemology, ontology, and ethics. Reshaping Reason explores philosophy's achievements and failures in a cold light and paves the way for the discipline to become more meaningful and relevant to society at large.