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Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies #2: From Modernism to Postmodernism

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This revised and expanded second edition of Cahoone's classic anthology provides an unparalleled collection of the essential readings in modernism and postmodernism.

The anthology puts contemporary debate in the context of the criticism of modernity since the seventeenth century, thus allowing the reader to appreciate postmodernism by first understanding the development of modernity.Chronologically and thematically arranged, this volume’s breadth and depth of coverage ensures that it will be an indispensable and multidisciplinary resource in philosophy, literature, cultural studies, social theory, and religious studies.

Synopsis:

This revised and expanded second edition of Cahoone's classic anthology provides an unparalleled collection of the essential readings in modernism and postmodernism.

Synopsis:

This revised and expanded second edition of Cahoone's classic anthology provides an unparalleled collection of the essential readings in modernism and postmodernism.

  • Places contemporary debate in the context of the criticism of modernity since the seventeenth century.

  • Chronologically and thematically arranged.

  • Indispensable and multidisciplinary resource in philosophy, literature, cultural studies, social theory, and religious studies.

About the Author

Lawrence E. Cahoone is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross. He is author of The Dilemma of Modernity: Philosophy, Culture, and Anticulture (1989), Civil Society: The Conservative Meaning of Liberal Politics (Blackwell 2002), and The Ends of Philosophy: Foundationalism, Pragmatism, and Postmodernism (Blackwell 2002).

Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Part I: Modern Civilization and its Critics:.

Introduction to Part I.

1. From Meditations on First Philosophy: René Descartes.

2. From A Treatise on Human Nature: David Hume.

3. From Discourse on the Sciences and the Arts: Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

4. From The Theory of Moral Sentiments: Adam Smith.

5. ‘An Answer to the Question: “What is Enlightenment?”’: Immanuel Kant.

From the Preface to Critique of Pure Reason: Immanuel Kant.

6. From Reflections on the Revolution in France: Edmund Burke.

7. From Sketch for an Historical Picture of the Progress of the Human Mind: Marquis de Condorcet.

8. ‘Absolute Freedom and Terror’: G. W. F. Hegel.

9. ‘Bourgeois and Proletarians’: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.

Part II: Modernity Realized:.

Introduction to Part II.

10. From The Origin of Species: Charles Darwin.

11. From ‘The Painter of Modern Life’: Charles Baudelaire.

12. From ‘How to Make Our Ideas Clear’: Charles S. Peirce.

13. ‘On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense’: Friedrich Nietzsche.

’The Madman’: Friedrich Nietzsche.

’How the “True World” Finally Became a Fable’: Friedrich Nietzsche.

’The Dionysian World’: Friedrich Nietzsche.

14. ‘The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism’: Filippo Tommaso Marinetti.

15. From Course in General Linguistics: Ferdinand de Saussure.

16. From ‘Science as a Vocation’: Max Weber.

17. From Towards a New Architecture: Le Corbusier.

18. ‘Lecture on Ethics’: Ludwig Wittgenstein.

From Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: Ludwig Wittgenstein.

19. From Civilization and its Discontents: Sigmund Freud.

20. From The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology: Edmund Husserl.

21. From Dialectic of Enlightenment: Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno.

22. From ‘Existentialism’: Jean-Paul Sartre.

23. ‘Letter on Humanism’: Martin Heidegger.

24. ‘The Mirror Stage as Formative of the Function of the I as Revealed in Psychoanalytic Experience’: Jacques Lacan.

25. From ‘The Nature and Necessity of Scientific Revolutions’: Thomas Kuhn.

26. From The Coming of Post-Industrial Society: Daniel Bell.

Part III: Postmodernism and the Re-evaluation of Modernity:.

Introduction to Part III.

French Post-Structuralism:.

27. ‘Differance’: Jacques Derrida.

28. ‘Nietzsche, Genealogy, History’: Michel Foucault.

From “Truth and Power”: Michel Foucault.

29. ‘The Sex Which is Not One’: Luce Irigaray.

30. From The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge: Jean-François Lyotard.

31.From ‘1227: Treatise on Nomadology – The War Machine’: Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari.

Critical Appropriations..

32. ‘A Genealogy of Modern Racism’: Cornel West.

33. ‘Subversive Signs’: Hal Foster.

34. From ‘Can the Subaltern Speak?’: Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.

35. From ‘Feminist Empiricism to Feminist Standpoint Epistemologies’: Sandra Harding.

36. From ‘The Cartesian Masculinization of Thought and the Seventeenth-Century Flight from the Feminine’: Susan Bordo.

37. From ‘The Scaling of Bodies and the Politics of Identity’: Iris Marion Young.

38. ‘Towards a Postmodern Pedagogy’: Henry A. Giroux.

39. ‘Contingent Foundations: Feminism and the Question of ‘Postmodernism’: Judith Butler.

Beyond Critique..

40. From Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture: Robert Venturi.

41. ‘POSTmodernISM: A Paracritical Bibliography’: Ihab Hassan.

42. From Symbolic Exchange and Death: Jean Baudrillard.

43. From Erring: A Postmodern A/theology: Mark C. Taylor.

44. ‘Solidarity or Objectivity?’: Richard Rorty.

45. From ‘The Death of Modern Architecture’: Charles Jencks.

From What is Post-Modernism?: Charles Jencks.

46. From A Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s: Donna Haraway.

47. From The Reenchantment of Science: David Ray Griffin.

48. ‘The Cognitive Program of Constructivism and a Reality that Remains Unknown’: Niklas Luhmann.

49. From Modern China and the Postmodern West: David Hall.

Resistances and Alternatives..

50. ‘Meaning and Sense’: Emmanuel Levinas.

51. ‘Naturalizing Epistemology’: W. V. Quine.

52. ‘The Virtues, the Unity of a Human Life, and the Concept of a Tradition’: Alasdair MacIntyre.

53. From ‘The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism’: Fredric Jameson.

54. ‘An Alternative Way out of the Philosophy of the

Product Details

ISBN:
9780631232124
Editor:
Cahoone, Lawrence E.
Publisher:
Wiley-Blackwell
Editor:
Cahoone, Lawrence E.
Author:
Cahoone, Lawrence
Author:
Cahoone, Lawrence E.
Author:
Cahoone
Subject:
Postmodernism
Subject:
History & Surveys - Modern
Subject:
History & Surveys - General
Subject:
General Philosophy
Subject:
Philosophy : General
Subject:
Continental philosophy
Copyright:
Edition Number:
2
Series:
Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies
Series Volume:
2
Publication Date:
February 2003
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Pages:
640
Dimensions:
9.82x6.90x2.03 in. 2.72 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , This revised and expanded second edition of Cahoone's classic anthology provides an unparalleled collection of the essential readings in modernism and postmodernism.

  • Places contemporary debate in the context of the criticism of modernity since the seventeenth century.

  • Chronologically and thematically arranged.

  • Indispensable and multidisciplinary resource in philosophy, literature, cultural studies, social theory, and religious studies.

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