The Anti-aesthetic: essays on postmodern culture

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Bay Press, 1983 - Philosophy - 159 pages
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A continuing best-seller -- with more than 60,000 copies sold -- The Anti-Aesthetic is a touchstone volume for postmodern debate and theory. Though the cultural stakes and terms have changed over the last decade, this collection still illuminates -- perhaps now even more lucidly -- a vital current in contemporary criticism.

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读其中哈贝马斯的一章,即讲的是“Modernity--an unfinished project”

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"For as long as there has existed a separation between the ordinary life of laymen in the West, (that is, in those countries pursuing the imperatives of European democracies), the outcome of such ... Read full review

Contents

A Preface
16
Rosalind Krauss Sculpture in the Expanded Field
31
Douglas Crimp On the Museums Ruins
43
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