[spectre] Kritikos, V.10 July-December 2013
Nicholas Ruiz III
editor at intertheory.org
Fri Nov 29 14:30:14 CET 2013
Kritikos, V.10 July-December 2013
An Explanatory Note: On Literary Singularity...(r.muhlstock)Habent Sua Fata Libelli: On Literary Singularity...(r.muhlstock)
Shot to Hell (dedicated to the 113th US Congress)...(n.ruiz)
Kritikos Reviews: http://intertheory.org/reviews.htm
Intertheory Press, new books:
Jean Baudrillard: From the Ocean to the Desert -
The Poetics of Radicality
by Gerry Coulter
It is in the deserts of postmodernity where Baudrillard both found and left us. It is in these deserts that we become aware, as did Baudrillard and other poststructuralist thinkers, that theory precedes the world (there is nothing that can be said of the world that is not already framed by our approach to it). It is within Coulter's absolutely lucid exploration - and it goes without saying that the work of Jean Baudrillard should be recognized in such an appropriate revelation - that Baudrillard's thought is unveiled.
About the Author
Gerry Coulter is the founding editor of the International Journal of Baudrillard Studies He has received Bishop’s University’s highest award for teaching – the William and Nancy Turner Prize.
by Robert Hassan and Nicholas Ruiz III
In this political, cultural and philosophical analysis, Hassan and Ruiz explore developing concepts of time, space and capital in relation to politics today.
About the Authors
Robert Hassan is a Media and Communications Research Fellow--University of Melbourne, Australia. His recent books include 27/7: Time and Temporality in the Network Society (Cambridge UP, 2007) and The New Media Theory Reader (Open UP, 2006)
Nicholas Ruiz III, Ph.D was born in New York City in 1970. He is the author of The Metaphysics of Capital and America in Absentia. He is also the editor of Kritikos.
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