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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Great info on (still) current philosophy with all those subtle French guys and their fellow travelers. Is this this still hip? Depends how smart your peeps are. 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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