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Spinoza & the Origins of Modern Critical Theory

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Informationen zum Autor Christopher Norris is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cardiff. In his early career h... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Christopher Norris is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cardiff. In his early career he taught English Literature, then moved to Philosophy via Literary Theory, and has now moved back in the direction of creative writing. He has published widely on the topic of deconstruction and is the author of more than thirty books on aspects of philosophy, literature, the history of ideas, and music. More recently he has turned to poetry in various genres, including that of philosophical verse. His collections to date include The Cardinal's Dog, For the Tempus-Fugitives, The Matter of Rhyme, A Partial Truth, and Socrates at Verse. He has lectured and held visiting posts at universities around the world, and his books have been translated into many languages. Klappentext This book offers a detailed account of Spinoza's influence on various schools of present-day critical thought. That influence extends from Althusserian Marxism to hermeneutics! deconstruction! narrative poetics! new historicism! and the unclassifiable writings of a thinker like Giles Deleuze. Zusammenfassung This book offers a detailed account of Spinozaa s influence on various schools of present--day critical thought. That influence extends from Althusserian Marxism to hermeneutics! deconstruction! narrative poetics! new historicism! and the unclassifiable writings of a thinker like Giles Deleuze. Inhaltsverzeichnis Spinoza versus Hegel - the Althusserian moment; truth and error in a Spinozist sense - Deleuze! Derrida! de Man; language! truth and historical understanding; the claim of reason - Spinoza as a left-Cartesian; from scriptural hermeneutics to secular critique; fiction! philosophy and the way of ideas; why Spinoza now? - the critique of revelation revisited.

Klappentext

This book offers a detailed account of Spinoza′s influence on various schools of present-day critical thought. That influence extends from Althusserian Marxism to hermeneutics, deconstruction, narrative poetics, new historicism, and the unclassifiable writings of a thinker like Giles Deleuze.



Zusammenfassung
This book offers a detailed account of Spinozaa s influence on various schools of present--day critical thought. That influence extends from Althusserian Marxism to hermeneutics, deconstruction, narrative poetics, new historicism, and the unclassifiable writings of a thinker like Giles Deleuze.

Inhalt

Spinoza versus Hegel - the Althusserian moment; truth and error in a Spinozist sense - Deleuze, Derrida, de Man; language, truth and historical understanding; the claim of reason - Spinoza as a left-Cartesian; from scriptural hermeneutics to secular critique; fiction, philosophy and the way of ideas; why Spinoza now? - the critique of revelation revisited.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Spinoza & the Origins of Modern Critical Theory
Autor:
EAN: 9780631175575
ISBN: 0631175571
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 332
Gewicht: 444g
Größe: H216mm x B140mm x T19mm
Jahr: 1991