After The Future: Postmodern Times and Places

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Table of Contents


Gary Shapiro

I. Postperiodization

1. History, Theory, (Post)Modernity
Anthony J. Cascardi

2. Photographs: Primitive and Postmodern
Mary Bittner Wiseman

II. Subjects and Stories

3. Subjectivity as Critique and the Critique of Subjectivity in Keats's Hyperion
Carol L. Bernstein

4. Eliot, Pound, and the Subject of Postmodernism
Antony Easthope

5. Ideology, Representation, Schizophrenia: Toward a Theory of the Postmodern Subject
John Johnston

III. Postmodern Philosophies

6. The Becoming-Postmodern of Philosophy
Alan D. Schrift

7. "Ethics and Aesthetics are One": Postmodernism's Ethics of Taste
Richard Shusterman

8. Aftermaths of the Modern: The Exclusions of Philosophy in Richard Rorty, Jacques Derrida, and Stanley Cavell
Timothy Gould

IV. Paintings and Performances

9. Painting in the End: Fates of Appropriation
Stephen Melville

10. Anselm Kiefer: Postmodern Art and the Question of Technology
John C. Gilmour

11. Vito Acconci and the Politics of the Body in Postmodern Performance
Philip Auslander

V. Architecture: Construction/Deconstruction

12. Place, Form, and Identity in Postmodern Architecture and Philosophy: Derrida avec Moore, Mies avec Kant
Edward Casey

13. Building it Postmodern in LA? Frank Gehry and Company
Roger Bell

14. The Deceit of Postmodern Architecture
Diane Ghirardo

VI. The Politics of Postmodernism

15. Power, Discourse, and Technology: The Presence of the Future
Stephen David Ross

16. Does it Pay to Go Postmodern If Your Neighbors DoNot?
Steve Fuller

17. Religion and Postmodernism: The Durkheimian Bond in Bell and Jameson
John O'Neill

VII. Questions of Language

18. Heidegger and the Problem of Philosophical Language
Gerald L. Bruns

19. The Naming of the Virgule in the Linguistic/Extralinguistic Binary
Virgil Lokke

About "Postmodern": a Bibliography
Bill Martin

About the Editor

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