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Rethinking imagination : culture and creativity / edited by Gillian Robinson and John Rundell

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: Spanish Publisher: Londres ; Nueva York : Routledge, [1994]Description: vii, 192 páginas ; 24 cmContent type:
  • texto, imagen fija
Media type:
  • sin mediación
Carrier type:
  • volumen
ISBN:
  • 0415091934
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • B105.I49  R47 1994
Contents:
Introduction / John Rundell -- Part I. Decentring society, recentring the subject : 1. A society of culture : the constitution of modernity ; 2. The Apocalyptic imagination and the inability to mourn ; 3. The elementary ethics of everyday life ; 4. European rationality -- Part II. Creating imagination : 5. Creativity and judgement : Kant on reason and imagination ; 6. Imagination in discourse and in action ; 7. Radical imagination and the social instituting imaginary ; 8. Reason, imagination, interpretation -- Epilogue : sublime theories: reason and imagination in modernity.
Summary: "This distinguished collection of papers argues for a positive interpretation of imagination. It discusses the different ways in which the concept of imagination has been construed. And it provides fascinating glimpses of the role of the imagination in the creation and management of Modernity." -- tomado de la contraportada.
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Libros Libros Mediateca Bibliográfica B105.I49 R47 1994 Ej. 1 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Ej. 1 Available 15981

Chiefly papers presented at a conference, held in Melbourne, Australia, Aug. 4-8, 1991.

Incluye índice y bibliografía.

Introduction / John Rundell -- Part I. Decentring society, recentring the subject : 1. A society of culture : the constitution of modernity ; 2. The Apocalyptic imagination and the inability to mourn ; 3. The elementary ethics of everyday life ; 4. European rationality -- Part II. Creating imagination : 5. Creativity and judgement : Kant on reason and imagination ; 6. Imagination in discourse and in action ; 7. Radical imagination and the social instituting imaginary ; 8. Reason, imagination, interpretation -- Epilogue : sublime theories: reason and imagination in modernity.

"This distinguished collection of papers argues for a positive interpretation of imagination. It discusses the different ways in which the concept of imagination has been construed. And it provides fascinating glimpses of the role of the imagination in the creation and management of Modernity." -- tomado de la contraportada.

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