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Postmodernist Culture: An Introduction to Theories of the Contemporary
Part 1 Context: postmodernism and the academy. Part 2 Posterities: postmodernities postmodernism in architecture and the visual arts postmodernism and literature postmodern performance postmodernExpand
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Dumbstruck: A Cultural History of Ventriloquism
PART I: POWERS 1. What I Say Goes PART II: PROPHECIES 2. Earth, Breath, Frenzy: The Delphic Oracle 3. Origen, Eustathius, and The Witch of Endor PART III: POSSESSIONS 4. Hoc Est Corpus 5. TheExpand
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Application of multivariate statistical analysis to evaluate local sources of chlorobenzene congeners in soil samples
Abstract The distribution of tri- thru hexachlorobenzene congeners in the surface soil from five locations in the Niagara Falls/Erie County area of western New York State has been determined. TheExpand
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Samuel Beckett: Repetition, Theory and Text
1. Introduction: Difference and Repetition 2. Economies of Repetition i. "Murphy" ii. "Watt" 3. Repetition in Time: "Proust" and "Molloy" 4. Centre, Line, Circumference: Repetition in the Trilogy i.Expand
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Theory and cultural value
The necessity of value value of pleasure, pleasure of value absolute rubbish - cultural economies of loss in Freud, Bataille and Beckett the ethics of discourse - Habermas, Lyotard and RortyExpand
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A Philosophy of Sport
In A Philosophy of Sport Steven Connor offers a new philosophical understanding of sport in its own terms, in distinction to previous writing on the philosophy of sport that has tended to see sportExpand
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Beckett and Bion
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Thinking things
Thinking, which is properly nothing and nowhere, can only lay hold of itself in the form of a thing. When we think about thinking, we must think about it as though it were some kind of thing. But notExpand
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Paraphernalia: The Curious Lives of Magical Things
From combs and keys to sweets and handkerchiefs, certain objects, though seemingly mundane, can have a magical quality, and an often surprising power to arouse, absorb, disturb, or soothe. Take bags,Expand
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