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Expected to be delivered to Germany by Christmas. Description This innovative and theoretically sophisticated book investigates how aesthetic judgment forms the groundwork for understanding political identities. It posits aesthetics as central to conceptions of politics that are based on how people understand the relationship between themselves and larger communities.
Kant helps address the issue how to understand group political identities; a Nietzschean critique shows the perniciousness of contemporary conceptions of relations between nations; and Wittgenstein's theories dovetail with feminist and psychoanalytic ideas about how vision and sight serve to constrain and predetermine social subject positions. Focusing on rapidly changing digital and visual communication, this special issue discusses the broader aesthetic and ethical implication in the depiction of violence. Aesthetic politics is not limited to a theory or paradigm. Publications Pages Publications Pages. Seller Inventory BTE Bk Cover Image Full. Request a desk or exam copy.
Ferguson focuses not only on how different theoretical conceptions of political judgment relate to one another, but also on their historical development and potential meaning for contemporary scholarship across the humanities and social sciences. Drawing on recent contributions to philosophy, economics, cultural studies, feminism, psychology, and anthropology, The Politics of Judgment demonstrates how modern political identities depend upon and are formed by aesthetic judgment.
Political theorists, social scientists, philosophers and cultural critics will find this book especially useful, though general readers will also be attracted by the author's keen insight into contemporary political questions.
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This innovative and theoretically sophisticated book investigates how aesthetic judgment forms the groundwork for understanding political identities. It posits aesthetics as central to conceptions of politics that are based on how people. This innovative and theoretically sophisticated book investigates how aesthetic judgment forms the groundwork for understanding political identities. It posits.
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