The Transparent Society

The Transparent Society This book is of major importance to the debate on the postmodern question Jean Fran ois Lyotard This is Vattimo at his best and at his best he is very very good which is to say erudite witty enga

  • Title: The Transparent Society
  • Author: Gianni Vattimo David Webb
  • ISBN: 9780801845284
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book is of major importance to the debate on the postmodern question Jean Fran ois Lyotard This is Vattimo at his best and at his best he is very, very good, which is to say, erudite, witty, engaging, and precise I do not think anyone comes close to Vattimo in his ability to correlate complex philosophical issues and arguments, such as those of Heidegger or This book is of major importance to the debate on the postmodern question Jean Fran ois Lyotard This is Vattimo at his best and at his best he is very, very good, which is to say, erudite, witty, engaging, and precise I do not think anyone comes close to Vattimo in his ability to correlate complex philosophical issues and arguments, such as those of Heidegger or Benjamin on such topics as the origin of the work of art or technology and artistic production, with current social and cultural political issues Hayden White.

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    • Florin Buzdugan says:

      dens, de recitit în viitorul nu-foarte-îndepărtat.

    • Carlos Recamán says:

      "La posmodernidad es mazo de complicada, tú"Gianni Vattimo. Cita aproximada.

    • Gerardo says:

      Il testo racchiude alcuni saggi che riflettono sull'influenza dei media nel mondo contemporaneo. Vattimo cerca di contrastare l'idea di Adorno che vede nei mass media uno strumento capace di imporre un pensiero unico. Infatti, secondo Vattimo, il mondo dei media ha reso possibile la compresenza di più voci contemporaneamente, disgregando la visione progressista occidentale della storia: infatti, l'Occidente ha creduto nel progresso perché si è sempre considerato la forma migliore e universale [...]

    • Fran Globlek says:

      An ambitious and successful I dare say meta-analysis of various philosophies concerning postmodernity, not necessarily postmodernist by themselves, ranging from metaphysics to aesthetics and mass media, condensed to form again I dare say a defense of postmodernism.

    • Jacob Wren says:

      "Amongst the many definitions, there is one that may be generally agreed upon: modernity is the epoch in which simply being modern became a decisive value in itself."

    • James Christensen says:

      Solid read, but at 6 years old it's getting to be a bit dated.

    • LLDunn says:

      Where is my underlined and ear-marked copy? New York?

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