Skip Nav DestinationBy Peter Lambert, Natalicio González, Andrew NicksonBy Thuy Linh Nguyen Tu, Christopher A. Shinn, Mimi Thi NguyenBy Noe Jitrik, Daniel Balderston, Susan E. BennerBy Michel Chion, James A. SteintragerBy Xiang Cai, Rebecca E. Karl, Xueping ZhongBy George Edmondson, Andrew Norris, Klaus MladekBy Elizabeth S. Anker, Russ Castronovo, Rita FelskiBy Ronald Radano, Jairo Moreno, Tejumola Olaniyan
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Published: 12 August 2015
... This chapter centers on the difference between historiography and the philosophy of history. The tension between the two bears on the question of tendency, as transhistorical formative force. The actually existing empirical formations populating history come in complex cohabitation. This makes...
Published: 12 August 2015
... originating in the “Revolution in Military Affairs” of the 1990s is discussed at length. What is the end point toward which the tendency animating present-day warfare moves? The answer is “self-synchronization.” This is when information is so rapidly and effectively distributed throughout the...
Published: 20 January 2017
... This chapter criticizes continuing tendencies to sociocentrism and humanist exceptionalism in the humanities and human sciences. To discern these tendencies in their strong form the chapter compares four diverse modernists: Rousseau, Isaiah Berlin, Hayek, and Marx. The idea of the Anthropocene...
Published: 01 January 2016
... location of their provenance. There is a tendency to counteract the causal vagueness of many sounds by anchoring them visually. Such spatial magnetization of sounds—linking sound to source via vision—can lead to various distortions in listening. When it comes to analyzing sounds in themselves, there is a...
Book: Revolution and Its Narratives : China's Socialist Literary and Cultural Imaginaries, 1949-1966
Published: 05 February 2016
... postrevolution China. Identifying consumption as a key area that contains a large set of issues, Cai explores the desire to deterritorialize on the part of certain urban youth and the efforts, especially the political logic, to prevent such tendencies. The resulting cultural conflicts and their narrativization...
Published: 04 February 2015
... hundredth anniversary of São Paulo’s founding. This “IV Centenário” in 1954 provided an occasion to celebrate São Paulo’s triumph and underscore its centrality to Brazil’s economic progress, but there was constant tension between organizers’ tendency to focus on activities that would appeal to the paulista...
Published: 27 May 2016
... the democracy movement to their tendency to reproduce, disappear, and reappear in new and unregulated contexts far from their points of origin. ...
Book: The Minor Gesture
Published: 03 June 2016
... also forms of participation. The artful is here defined as the operative tendency in art and the everyday that makes felt a transformative potential at the heart of matter itself. The chapter ends through a reorienting of the concept of contemplation to the more-than-human realm, where Manning argues...
Published: 17 March 2017
... This chapter begins with a critique of the tendency, common to Schmitt and Agamben (and their followers), to reduce the phenomenon of sovereignty to a largely unhistorical structural category. Opposing itself to the recent critical trend toward understanding sovereignty as the logical outcome of...
Published: 01 January 2016
... informative about the nature and even location of their provenance. There is a tendency to counteract the causal vagueness of many sounds by anchoring them visually. Such spatial magnetization of sounds—linking sound to source via vision—can lead to various distortions in listening. When it comes to analyzing...
Published: 01 January 2021
... ral or instinctive tendency to act so as to preserve one s own existence. SELF- REGARD, n. Regard for, or consideration of, one s own self or interests. Definitions derived from Merriam- Webster s Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition, and other sources. ...
Published: 10 March 2017
.... This function is frequently imbued with progressive tendencies, although the correlation between critique and left politics has also been hotly contested. Yet many commentators, including the practitioners of radical critique themselves, question whether critique can be equated to a politics at all...
Book: Keywords in Sound
Published: 01 April 2015
... the different “modes of listening” found in that setting. However, in response to the tendency within sound studies to identify an ever-increasing number of modes of listening, the entry points to the way modes became merged within the research context and were integrated in the holistic context of...
Published: 08 January 2016
..., cognitive, discursive, material, perceptual, and rhetorical network that Moreno calls aurality as they are conscripted by the nation to consolidate a musical archive that, however linked to the nation’s imperial extractive tendencies worldwide, must constantly be consigned to the national treasure. Co...