6 edition of Altarity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mark C. Taylor.|
|LC Classifications||B105.D5 T39 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 371 p. :|
|Number of Pages||371|
|ISBN 10||0226791378, 0226791386|
|LC Control Number||87005880|
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Situated in an interdisciplinary discourse, Altarity signifies a harnessing of continental and American habits of intellectual thought and illustrates the singularity that emerges from such a configuration.
As such, the book functions as a mirror of our intellectual moment and offers the academy a rigorous way of acknowledging the limitations of its own interpretive practices.5/5(1). Altarity book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Readers familiar with Mark C. Taylor's previous writing will immediately re 4/5. This book employs phenomenology and semiotics to argue that modern literature is strongly concerned with the role of time in the construction of the self.
Alterity and Criticism: Retracing Time in Modern Literature argues that the role of time in canonical literature underlies the experience of alterity and requires a new hermeneutic to clarify Author: William Melaney.
In Altarity, Taylor develops a genealogy of otherness and difference that is based on the principle of creative juxtaposition. Rather than relying on a historical or chronological survey of crucial moments in modern philosophical thinking, he explores the complex question of difference through the strategies of contrast, resonance, and design.
Altarity Taylor, Mark C. University of Chicago Press / Paperback / Pages isbn / isbn Book / Textbook Details Add to Comparison Cart. Altarity is an important book for discussion of the interests of Deconstruction and Christianity. (I think we should agree that in our time Christian, like feminist, criticism should be determined first by interests, not by method or approach.) While the wordplay in "altarity" shows Taylor's.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Altarity at This is a book about thought--or rather about thinking. The Play-Acting of Thought: ALTARITY by Mark C. Taylor (University of Chicago Press: $, cloth; $, paper; pp.) - Los Author: Jerome Mcgann.
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Subjects: Difference (Philosophy) -- History. Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century. Philosophy, Modern -- 19th century. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items.
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Examining different traditions and schools of Asian thought, including Indian Buddhism, Zen, other schools of East Asian Buddhism, the Kyoto School, and Daoism, the contributors explore the central theme from different.
The Paperback of the Tears by Mark C. Taylor at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. His previous books include Erring, Altarity, and Journeys to Selfhood.
Table of Contents. Figures. This book not only extends the text of Taylor’s other books but is in many ways the best introduction to them. The reader can grasp the. The altar's essential altarity (apologies to Mark C. Taylor, incidentally, and to any Taylor fans who googled altarity and came here expecting ruminations on fundamental otherness) accrues through the way I approach it, the intent I bring.
There's a reason, I think, that this altar arose in my study. The Paperback of the Abiding Grace: Time, Modernity, Death by Mark C. Taylor at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. He is author of over two dozen books, including later writers have other names for such radical altarity. The book's unusual design in turn inspired the Finnish design company, Marimekko, to develop a product line derived from pages of the book.
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English  Etymology . Coined by Mark C. Taylor in Altarity (), from altar and alterity. Noun . altarity (uncountable) otherness exalted as if a religious concept, Victor E. Taylor, Charles E.
Winquist, Encyclopedia of postmodernism In his deconstruction of the modern subject via the thought of altarity, Taylor relies on the critique of Hegel developed in twentieth-century France.
In the course of the book we are encouraged to consider philosophy in various relationships to literature generally, and children's literature specifically. In Altarity, Taylor develops a.Altarity is a praxis, a text, an outwork but it is not a book.
It is not a book in the same sense that Magritte's painting "This Is Not a Pipe" may not be a painting, least of all a painting of an object called a pipe.
And it is not "about" "altarity" even if that is the "name" printed on its cover."The Altar" was included in Herbert’s only book of poetry, The Temple, published after his death in The Temple is split into three sections: “The Church-Porch,” “The Church,” and “The Church Militant.” The sections move from the exterior of a church to its interior and .