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作者:Fatma Taher
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2014, Vol.12 (2), pp.1-12CGRN
摘要:Though Edward Said welcomes the mobility of travelling, which he believes unlocks intellectual and cultural formations, he still cautions against dogmatism. In their movement across the territories of their nation-state, migrants pave the way for the deterritorialization of th...
作者:Mara Magda Maftei
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2014, Vol.11 (4), pp.11-19CGRN
摘要:The term experimentalism (a Romanian form of existentialism) is associated in interwar Romania with Professor Nae Ionescu, the only professor ever to have founded a school of philosophy in Romania. Nae Ionescu, who took Hegel, Husserl, and Heidegger as models, is known for h...
作者:Sheena M. Eagan Chamberlin
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2013, Vol.10 (3), pp.37-45CGRN
摘要:... When read in conjunction with The Things They Carried and the ancient plays Ajax, Philoctetes and Hecuba, the similarities between modern war trauma and the ancient stories studied by the humanists is clear and powerful. All the stories of trauma are individual, ambiguous an...
作者:Luz del Carmen Vilchis Esquivel
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2015, Vol.13 (2), pp.37-45CGRN
摘要:... Speculation about artistic action and delivery of critical judgments on its manifestations requires introspection and thinking about the processes and parameters of development involved. Imagi-nation and creation in the visual arts have become spontaneous reactions that ar...
作者:Stefan Litz
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2014, Vol.11 (4), pp.29-41CGRN
摘要:This article discusses Peter Sloterdijk’s (2013) philosophy of progress, highlighting its implication for managing organizational progress. Sloterdijk (2013) outlined that progress manifests itself as the improbable becomes the probable. It will be emphasized that ascetic, h...
作者:Susan Petrilli
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2015, Vol.13 (3), pp.43-65CGRN
摘要:Reading Victoria Welby (1837–1912) and her “significs” associated with the contemporary intellectual Genevieve Vaughan and her “gift economy,” we propose to engage in a critique of the world as-it-is, a world (our own) that is oriented by identity logic and focused...
作者:Julie Rees
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2013, Vol.10 (4), pp.81-91CGRN
摘要:... This paper will underline how the subsequent influence of the exposure to Japanese popular cultural manga and other forms of anime during childhood have contributed to Eastern and Western contemporary art practices. The morphing of Japanese manga inspired images with Western ...
作者:James F. Moore , Nova M. Smith
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2015, Vol.13 (3), pp.33-41CGRN
摘要:The biblical story of Lot’s escape from Sodom ends with a particularly disturbing feature. Lot is able to flee from the ethical turmoil of Sodom but his wife is so distraught by the destruction that she cannot help but look back. Her momentary pause to see again her home in ...
作者:Supakit Yimsrual
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2013, Vol.10 (3), pp.23-35CGRN
摘要:... In recent decades, many architects and anthropologists have begun to connect architectural works with the development of social and cultural anthropology and coined the term “architectural anthropology” to describe the bridge between the two disciplines. As a result of ...
作者:Chin-Tai Kim
来源:[J].The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, 2013, Vol.10 (2), pp.71-78CGRN
摘要:Scientific methodology minimizes the relevance of the personal or cultural differences among researchers in the assessment of their theories. Once epistemic and methodological rules are commonly agreed to by the scientific community, only the question whether they are followed by...

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