Unbuilding Jerusalem

Apocalypse and Romantic Representation Steven Goldsmith. APOCALYPSE AND ROMANTIC REPRESENTATION franet Newman 1958 STEVEN GOLDSMITH UN BUILDING JERUS A L E M STEVEN GOLDSMITH Unbuilding. Unbuilding Jerusalem Front Cover.

Author: Steven Goldsmith

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801499992

Category: Literary Criticism

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The Architecture of Deconstruction

2 Unbuilding Architecture Architecture can never simply be a subject of deconstructive discourse or be ignored by it . There cannot simply be a deconstructive discourse " about ” architecture inasmuch as its way of raising questions is ...

Author: Mark Wigley

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262731142

Category: Architecture

Page: 278

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By locatingthe architecture already hidden within deconstructive discourse, Wigley opens up more radical possibilities for both architectureand deconstruction.

Children and the UN Building for Tomorrow

FS 3.202 : Un 3 Ula CHILDREN AND THE UN BUILDING FOR TOMORROW CHILD HEALTH DAY MAY 1 , 1957 Prepared by the Children's Bureau , Department of Health , Education , and Welfare , in cooperation with the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO ...

Author: United States. Children's Bureau


ISBN: MINN:30000010571689

Category: Child welfare

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Epistemology Archaeology Ethics

It is not a reversion but rather a continuation of unbuilding. For Husserl states that the unbuilding ofapperceptive functions leads to “ultimate perceptions” (letztePerzeptionen) that have no apperceptive components, and in which “the ...

Author: Pol Vandevelde

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781441138903

Category: Philosophy

Page: 256

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Epistemology, Archaeology, Ethics: Current Investigations of Husserl's Corpus presents fifteen original essays by an international team of expert contributors that together represent a cross-section of Husserl Studies today. The collection manifests the extent to which single themes in Husserl's corpus cannot be isolated, but must be considered in relation to their overlap with each other. Many of the accepted views of Husserl's philosophy are currently in a state of flux, with positions that once seemed incontestable now finding themselves relegated to the status of one particular school of thought among several. Among all the new trends and approaches, this volume offers a representative sample of how Husserlian research should be conducted given the current state of the corpus. The book is divided into four parts, each dedicated to an area of Husserl Studies that is currently gaining prominence: Husserlian epistemology; his views on intentionality; the archaeology of constitution; and ethics, a relatively recent field of study in phenomenology.

Space Time and Other

And it was on the occasion of this further step of unbuilding reduction that the question was raised about whether any further unbuilding is possible:322 does the owntranscendentally-inherent here-centered spatiotemporal spreadoutness ...



ISBN: 9786066970136


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This book by the late Fred Kersten—known to many as the translator of Edmund Husserl’s Ideas I—takes up the challenge of Husserl’s phenomenology as the “will to return to the matters themselves,” providing extensive methodological reflections before proceeding to a series of painstaking phenomenological analyses based on a number of evocative examples such as the indeterminate mass of the hillside that looms up before me as I walk toward it in the dark.

Dickens and the Virtual City

Steven Connor and John Schad, 'Babel Unbuilding: The Anti-ArchiRhetoric of Martin Chuzzlewit,' in Dickens Refigured: Bodies, Desires and Other Histories (Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press; Distributed exclusively in the ...

Author: Estelle Murail

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319350868

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 295

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This book explores the aesthetic practices used by Dickens to make the space which we have come to know as the Dickensian City. It concentrates on three very precise techniques for the production of social space (counter-mapping, overlaying and troping). The chapters show the scapes and writings which influenced him and the way he transformed them, packaged them and passed them on for future use. The city is shown to be an imagined or virtual world but with a serious aim for a serious game: Dickens sets up a workshop for the simulation of real societies and cities. This urban building with is transferable to other literatures and medial forms. The book offers vital understanding of how writing and image work in particular ways to recreate and re-enchant society and the built environment. It will be of interest to scholars of literature, media, film, urban studies, politics and economics.

The Moral Leader

AMERICAN GROUND: THEMES AND QUESTIONS Emergent leadership: Earning the right to lead American Ground chronicles the story of the “unbuilding” of New York City's World Trade Center, the enormous (and, until this account, ...

Author: Sandra J. Sucher

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134146062

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 264

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Successful leaders at any level and in any arena are inevitably presented with moral and ethical choices. This unique and innovative textbook is designed to encourage students and managers to confront those fundamental moral challenges, to develop skills in moral analysis and judgment, and to come to terms with their own definition of moral lea

Postmodern Apocalypse

Steven Goldsmith , Unbuilding Jerusalem : Apocalypse and Romantic Representation ( Ithaca , N.Y .: Cornell University Press , 1993 ) , 10 . 32. Goldsmith , Unbuilding Jerusalem , 21 . 33. Not that the idea has always been foreign to all ...

Author: Richard Dellamora

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 0812215583

Category: Art

Page: 296

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From accounts of the Holocaust, to representations of AIDS, to predictions of environmental disaster; from Hal Lindsey's fundamentalist 1970s bestseller The Late Great Planet Earth, to Francis Fukuyama's The End of History and the Last Man in 1992, the sense of apocalypse is very much with us. In Postmodern Apocalypse, Richard Dellamora and his contributors examine apocalypse in works by late twentieth-century writers, filmmakers, and critics.

Phenomenological Method Theory and Practice

It is this phenomenological residuum upon which, now, further unbuilding discrimination is exercised. 24. POSSIBLE FURTHER STEPS IN UNBUILDING NOT CARRIED OUT BY HUSSERL. THE QUESTION OF ESSENTIAL LIMITS OF UNBUILDING REDUCTIONS AND THE ...

Author: F. Kersten

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400922655

Category: Philosophy

Page: 434

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This book has two parts. The first part is chiefly concerned with critically establishing the universally necessary order of the various steps of transcendental phenomenological method; the second part provides specific cases of phenomenological analysis that illustrate and test the method established in the first part. More than this, and perhaps even more important in the long run, the phenomeno logical analyses reported in the second part purport a foundation for drawing phenomenological-philosophical conclusions about prob lems of space perception, "other minds," and time perception. The non-analytical, that is, the literary, sources of this book are many. Principal among them are the writings of Husserl (which will be accorded a special methodological function) as well as the writings of his students of the Gottingen and Freiburg years. Of the latter especially important are the writings and, when memory serves, the lectures of Dorion Cairns and Aron Gurwitsch. Of the former especially significant are the writings of Heinrich Hofmann, Wilhelm Schapp, and Hedwig COlilrad-Martius.


Here ungrounding as a process goes together with unbuilding or undoing , providing another route out of contextualism . Thus Dan Graham would see in Matta - Clark's interventions an antimonumentalism that contrasts with the attempt to ...

Author: John Rajchman

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262680963

Category: Architecture

Page: 156

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In this series of overlapping essays on architecture and art, JohnRajchman attempts to do theory in a new way that takes off from the philosophy of the late Gilles Deleuze. foreword by Paul Virilio. In this series of overlapping essays on architecture and art, John Rajchman attempts to do theory in a new way that takes off from the philosophy of the late Gilles Deleuze. Starting from notions of folding, lightness, ground, abstraction, and future cities, he embarks on a conceptual voyage whose aim is to help "construct" a new space of connections, to "build" a new idiom, perhaps even to suggest a new architecture. Along the way, he addresses questions of the new abstraction, operative form, other geometries, new technologies, global cities, ideas of the virtual and the formless, and possibilities for critical theory after utopia and transgression.