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Prosthesis
     

Prosthesis

by David Wills
 

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“Most critical efforts look not only humble and constrained beside this magnificent book, but also simply dull—dull in the sense that they have not realized (realized in the sense of ‘understood’ but also in the sense of ‘actualized’) the implication of the epistemological revolution that is casually referred to as the coming of

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“Most critical efforts look not only humble and constrained beside this magnificent book, but also simply dull—dull in the sense that they have not realized (realized in the sense of ‘understood’ but also in the sense of ‘actualized’) the implication of the epistemological revolution that is casually referred to as the coming of ‘theory.’”—Ross Chambers, University of Michigan

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“Most critical efforts look not only humble and constrained beside this magnificent book, but also simply dull—dull in the sense that they have not realized (realized in the sense of ‘understood’ but also in the sense of ‘actualized’) the implication of the epistemological revolution that is casually referred to as the coming of ‘theory.’”—Ross Chambers, University of Michigan

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ISBN-13:
9780804724593
Publisher:
Stanford University Press
Publication date:
09/01/1995
Series:
Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics Series
Edition description:
1
Pages:
364
Product dimensions:
16.00(w) x 24.00(h) x 1.10(d)

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