ポストモダニズム読本<br>The Postmodernism Reader : Foundational Texts

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ポストモダニズム読本
The Postmodernism Reader : Foundational Texts

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 332 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415160834
  • DDC分類 149.97

基本説明

Included are writings by Foucault, Derrida, Deleuze, Baudrillard, Lyotard, Bauman, Jameson, Berman and Irigaray.

Full Description


The Postmodernism Reader traces the origins, development and the politics of postmodernism through the key writings of postmodernist thinkers. This collection of foundational essays restores the poignancy that has been lost - or even emphatically rejected - in the debate about postmodernism by focusing on central formative texts and the predominant thinkers we have come to associate with postmodernist theory.Michael Drolet's authoritative introductory essay and his careful selection of texts provide a solid basis for the study of postmodernism by uncovering the philosophical origins of present theories and focusing on their major aspects; guiding the reader through the maze of knowledge that we call postmodernism. Arranged into three parts, the essays cover the origins of the term postmodernism, its evolution and its political ramifications. Included are writings by Foucault, Derrida, Deleuze, Baudrillard, Lyotard, Bauman, Jameson, Berman and Irigaray.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   xi
Introduction 1 (36)
Michael Drolet
PART ONE The crisis of modernity and the birth 37 (82)
of the concept of postmodernism
1 Michel Foucault
WHAT IS ENLIGHTENMENT? 41 (12)
2 Marshall Berman
from INTRODUCTION - MODERNITY: YESTERDAY, 53 (14)
TODAY AND TOMORROW in ALL THAT IS SOLID
MELTS INTO AIR: THE EXPERIENCE OF
MODERNITY
3 Michel Foucault
THE ORDER OF THINGS 67 (5)
4 Michel Foucault
NIETZSCHE, GENEALOGY, HISTORY 72 (14)
5 Jacques Derrida
COGITO AND THE HISTORY OF MADNESS in 86 (26)
WRITING AND DIFFERENCE
6 Gilles Deleuze
DIONYSUS AND ZARATHUSTRA and CONCLUSION 112(7)
in NIETZSCHE AND PHILOSOPHY
PART TWO The postmodern condition: a concept in 119(84)
emergence
7 Jean-Fran輟is Lyotard
from THE POSTMODERN CONDITION: A REPORT 123(24)
ON KNOWLEDGE
8 Jacques Derrida
OUTWORK, PREFACING in DISSEMINATION 147(7)
9 Gilles Deleuze
from INTRODUCTION in DIFFERENCE AND 154(7)
REPETITION
10 Michel Foucault
from THEATRUM PHILOSOPHICUM 161(6)
11 Jacques Derrida
THE TIME OF A THESIS: PUNCTUATIONS 167(11)
12 Gilles Deleuze
IMMANENCE: A LIFE in PURE IMMANENCE: 178(3)
ESSAYS ON A LIFE
13 Jean-Fran輟is Lyotard
THE INTIMACY OF TERROR in POSTMODERN 181(8)
FABLES
14 Fredric Jameson
from POSTMODERNISM, OR, THE CULTURAL 189(14)
LOGIC OF LATE CAPITALISM
PART THREE Difference, aesthetics, politics and 203(85)
history: postmodern reflections
15 Jean-Fran輟is Lyotard
from THE DIFFEREND: PHRASES IN DISPUTE 207(15)
16 Luce Irigaray
from AN ETHICS OF SEXUAL DIFFERENCE 222(8)
17 Jean-Fran輟is Lyotard
from ANSWER TO THE QUESTION: WHAT IS THE 230(8)
POSTMODERN? in THE POSTMODERN EXPLAINED
TO CHILDREN: CORRESPONDENCE 1982-1985
18 Zygmunt Bauman
A SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY OF POETMODERNITY in 238(12)
INTIMATIONS OF POSTMODERNITY
19 Jean-Fran輟is Lyotard
PSYCHOANALYSIS, AESTHETICS AND THE 250(22)
POLITICS OF DIFFERENCE AN INTERVIEW WITH
JEAN-FRANヌOIS LYOTARD
20 Jean Baudriliard
from THE ILLUSION OF THE END 272(7)
21 Jacques Derrida
from INJUNCTIONS OF MARX in SPECTERS OF 279(9)
MARX: THE STATE OF THE DEBT, THE WORK OF
MOURNING, AND THE NEW INTERNATIONAL
Notes 288(24)
Glossary of names 312(9)
Select bibliography 321(5)
Index 326