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Modernism and the language of philosophy

by Anat Matar

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modernism (Aesthetics),
  • Philosophy -- Language

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [175]-188) and index

    StatementAnat Matar
    SeriesRoutledge studies in twentieth century philosophy -- 28
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBH301.M54 M37 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 196 p. ;
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17204257M
    ISBN 100415353793

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    rhetoric and discovery the part of philosophy. Since we are said to live in an era of when rhetoric has absorbed philosophy, we may suppose that Postmodernism is a construct. If it is a construct, and if it is well-named, then to deconstruct the name should be helpful. It is tripartite: Post-modern-ism. Modernism is the art of modernity. As such, it cannot be understood separately from its contexts. It emerged from, was driven by, and reacted against massive changes in society, technology, science, geopolitics and philosophy.

    modernism, in religion, a general movement in the late 19th and 20th cent. that tried to reconcile historical Christianity with the findings of modern science and philosophy. Modernism arose mainly from the application of modern critical methods to the study of the Bible and the history of dogma and resulted in less emphasis on historic dogma. Philosophy: By Historical Period > Modern. The Modern period of philosophy generally corresponds to the 19th and 20th recent developments in the late 20th Century are sometimes referred to as the Contemporary period.. It includes the following major philosophers.


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Modernism and the language of philosophy by Anat Matar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Modernism and the Language of Philosophy addresses the challenge this belief presented to philosophy, and argues that the modernist assumption rests upon a host of unacknowledged, repressed or denied dogmas or tacit by: 3.

Modernism and the Language of Philosophy addresses the challenge this belief presented to philosophy, and argues that the modernist assumption rests upon a host of unacknowledged, repressed or denied dogmas or tacit by: 3. Maria Baghramian is a lecturer of the Department of Philosophy, University College, Dublin.

She is a graduate of Queen's University, Belfast, and Trinity College, Dublin, where she also taught for a number of years. A specialist in the philosophy of language and contemporary American philosophy, she has published in numerous by: Modernism and the Language of Philosophy addresses the challenge this belief presented to philosophy, and argues that the modernist assumption rests upon a host of unacknowledged, repressed or denied dogmas or tacit images.

Modernism and the language of philosophy. [Anat Matar] -- "Modernism can be characterised by the acute attention it gives to language, to its potential and its limitations.

Philosophers, artists and literary critics who worked in the first third of the. Modernism, in the book under review, is characterized as the belief that "there can be no philosophical language; that the kind of truth sub specie aeterni that was sought by philosophers is either meaningless or more appropriately expressed by the arts -- especially by literature and poetry" (p.

xiii). "Modernism and the Language of Philosophy" addresses the challenge this belief presented to philosophy, and argues that the modernist assumption rests upon a host of unacknowledged, repressed or denied dogmas or tacit images. Modernism and the language of philosophy.

[Anat Matar] Modernism (Aesthetics) Philosophy -- Language. PHILOSOPHY -- Methodology. More like this: Similar Items; Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Matar, Anat, Modernism and the language of philosophy.

This article examines the relation between philosophy and modernism. It explains that although modernism is a philosophical concept, it has rarely been treated as such. Philosophers have generally contented themselves with applications of modernism to the disciplinary field of philosophy of conventional usages forged elsewhere instead of digging down through the mantle of its multifarious.

This guide includes the best philosophy books from throughout history. Including quick summaries for beginners of modern philosophy books, eastern philosophy, western philosophy and more. Read the Top 21 Philosophy Books of All Time. How Modernism arose The literary movement we call Modernism rejected Romantic ideas.

It grew out of the philosophical, scientific, political, and ideological shifts that followed the Industrial Revolution, through the shock of World War I, and its aftermath.

Modern writers: • break with the past • reject literary traditions that seemed outmoded. Modernism refers to a reforming movement in art, architecture, music, literature and the applied arts during the late 19th Century and early 20th is no specifically Modernist movement in Philosophy, but rather Modernism refers to a movement within the arts which had some influence over later philosophical thought.

The later reaction against Modernism gave rise to the Post. Expand your mind and satisfy your intellectual curiosity with an extensive selection of philosophy books at Barnes & Noble®.

Explore philosophy from different cultures and various schools of thought from great thinkers like Plato, C.S. Lewis, and Henry David Thoreau, among others.

Language and Contents. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Produced on the fringes of philosophy and literary criticism, this book is a pioneering study which aims to explicitly address and thematize what may be called a “critical philosophy in the condition of modernism”.

Its most important and original contribution to both disciplines is. In this book we mean to avoid this essentialist worldview by drawing on highly differentiated resources from human language itself, be it poetry, the novel, the theatre or the plastic arts.

Keywords Recounting myths Demystification T.S. Eliot Hans-Georg Gadamer Stanley Cavell Modernism and language. Modernism, in the fine arts, late 19th to midth century, a break with the past and the concurrent search for new forms of expression.

It fostered a period of experimentation in literature, music, dance, visual art, and architecture. Learn more about the history of Modernism and its various manifestations. Alexandra Harris on Modernism. Modernism is about form more than content, says the scholar of English literature.

This book is very good for people looking for a language to describe that, and it’s also very liberating in its determination to talk in one breath about music, art and literature. Five Books aims to keep its book. Postmodern Philosophy – Science is the Universal Language Paul Kurtz, in Humanist Manifestoagrees with Habermas and says that Postmodernism—“a philosophical-literary movement”—is nihilistic (the view that nothing can be known or communicated).

In contrast to the idea that objective truth is unknowable, Kurtz declares that science offers “reasonably objective standards for judging its truth. Braiding together strands of literary, phenomenological and art historical reflection, Modernism and Phenomenology explores the ways in which modernist writers and artists return us to wonder before the world.

Taking such wonder as the motive for phenomenology itself, and challenging extant views of modernism that uphold a mind-world opposition rooted in Cartesian thought, the book considers. The Concept of Modernism (Introduction) Book January and if we look beyond national and language boundaries the beginnings of American literature can be dated back towhen.

Books shelved as philosophy-of-language: Naming and Necessity by Saul A. Kripke, Philosophical Investigations by Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Ph.Modernism is both a philosophical movement and an art movement that arose from broad transformations in Western society during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The movement reflected a departure from traditional forms of art, religion, philosophy, social organization, and daily life which artists felt had become outdated in the newly emerging industrialized world.Modernism Spanningthe first half of the 20th century or more, modernism has been associated with the twentieth-century reaction against realism and romanticism within the arts.

Modernism is often used to refer to a twentieth-century belief in the virtues of science, technology and social change.