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Transformations in Personhood and Culture After Theory: the Languages of History, Aesthetics, and Ethics
by McDonald, Christie
Publisher:Pennsylvania State University Press
These essays define transformation by blending the familiar with the conflicted and plural. Transformation refers to the shifting ground in our present culture between the familiar and the unfamiliar. These essays are viewed as examples of new intellectual 'genres' rather than 'theories.' If they do belong to a post-theoretical, intellectual genre of writing, it is because they blend philosophical vocabularies with expressions of curiosity, novelty and plurality.
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