The States of 'theory': History, Art, and Critical Discourse
David Carroll, Columbia University Press
Columbia University Press, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 316 pages
This book constitutes a critical investigation and rethinking of the grounds and possibilities of theory and the place and critical function theory can serve within various disciplines, notably history and aesthetics.
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The States of Theory and
ARE WE BEING HISTORICAL YET?
SOME STATEMENTS AND TRUISMS ABOUT
HISTORY BEYOND SOCIAL THEORY
THE BLINK OF AN EYE
THE AESTHETIC AND THE IMAGINARY
THE SEMIOTIC DESIRE FOR THE NATURAL
TOWARD A MODEL FOR THE HISTORY
PLATOS PROTAGORAS AS
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