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the minnesota review (2021) 2021 (96): 82–100.
Published: 01 May 2021
...Mitchell Gauvin What do experiential poet Bruce Andrews and former Fox News pundit Bill O’Reilly have in common? On the surface, almost nothing—the former is a highly regarded, retired academic and the latter a disgraced TV host and conservative partisan. For a brief four minutes in 2006, however...
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the minnesota review (2009) 2010 (73-74): 165–169.
Published: 01 November 2009
... relations will split further, with each sub-discipline becoming more isolated and more esoteric. The way to avoid this, in my opinion, is to remain in contact with the experiential foundation of our work. The encounter with an animal can be an experience...
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the minnesota review (2023) 2023 (100): 100–117.
Published: 01 May 2023
... as well as in the documents they produced and shared with each other. My consistent presence at all three office sites engendered the experiential and embodied ways of knowing that are paramount to ethnography. In the following, I describe the outcome of this research: where ethnography as method meets...
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the minnesota review (2009) 2009 (71-72): 171–179.
Published: 01 May 2009
... demographic categories and functionalist explanations, is not especially conducive to capturing the experiential density of what is involved in reading a book or watching a film. We are confronted, in other words, with the classic hermeneutic distinction between explanation...
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the minnesota review (2014) 2014 (82): 59–96.
Published: 01 May 2014
... between at least two users and within an aural, or experiential and ontic, encounter with the materiality of language. The language act builds a gestural bridge between interlocutors and their immediate surrounding.2 The phonic and simultaneously etymological bridges between Mapundungun...
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the minnesota review (2008) 2008 (70): 153–159.
Published: 01 May 2008
...- known example of the child who learns not to touch a hot stove through the “ignorance and error” of an experiential encounter, Grimstad 157 whereby a memorable pain etches a rule for future action, Michaels, following Peirce...
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the minnesota review (2014) 2014 (83): 73–82.
Published: 01 November 2014
... for such dispersive events and the radical trans- mutations of scale that they entail has become a quintessential fea- ture of life in the Anthropocene, in which cause and effect operate at spatial, temporal, and cognitive scales that defy experiential or commonsense understanding. Doing so is, at least in part...
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the minnesota review (2019) 2019 (93): 102–110.
Published: 01 November 2019
... to die. For the Black, freedom is an ontological, rather than experiential, question. The experience of upward mobility, of lifting oneself up above the street (to recall Sharpton), is a poor substitute for ontological freedom. It is a disavowal of not one but two deaths: the symbolic or social death...
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the minnesota review (2015) 2015 (85): 153–161.
Published: 01 November 2015
... in it” (2014). For Roggenbuck, however, the poetic and the experiential are joined with self-fashioning for commodity consump- tion, especially given that Roggenbuck sells T-shirts with the state- ment “Make something beautiful before you are dead” printed on them.4 Nevertheless, Roggenbuck’s...
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the minnesota review (2009) 2010 (73-74): 171–182.
Published: 01 November 2009
..., the fish help Burke reflect on fish-tools for judgment, action, and thought. These tools are largely physical and experiential; they involve pain and motion, rips and flips. Both examples also allow Burke to compare fish thought with human thought...
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the minnesota review (2011) 2011 (76): 97–107.
Published: 01 May 2011
..., intellectual, and experiential reac- tions to information does not move them toward greater learning. Learning depends on educators paying attention to students’ responses and addressing them to create awareness of students’ connections (and our own) to information. In the classroom, professors must...
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the minnesota review (2013) 2013 (80): 145–158.
Published: 01 May 2013
... perception —​here, that of Aquinas —​with the kind of unof- ficial, experiential, vernacular (in the broadest sense) exploration of sensation that medieval poetry makes possible. To illustrate this point, let me turn now to Chaucer’s description of the Prioress in the General Prologue, which...
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the minnesota review (2017) 2017 (89): 57–70.
Published: 01 November 2017
... the world and that its emotional force does not merely arise from what it signifies. For hoogland, art is experiential. Like Serpell’s assertion that literary uncertainty is performative, this claim defines art not as some object out in the world that represents a stable set of meanings...
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the minnesota review (2015) 2015 (85): 119–131.
Published: 01 November 2015
... the experiential penury that Smith still conceives as only a temporary condition: “It seldom happens that the person who tills the ground has wherewithal to maintain himself till he reaps the harvest. His maintenance is generally advanced to him from the stock of a master, the farmer who employs him...
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the minnesota review (2013) 2013 (80): 62–79.
Published: 01 May 2013
... from many sources, both physiological and experiential, and as developing and changing for each of us over the course of our individual lifetimes. Virginia Woolf and Simone de Beauvoir were crucial figures and thinkers for me in the 1950s. In later years I found myself sympathetic to Julia...
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the minnesota review (2021) 2021 (97): 53–76.
Published: 01 November 2021
... that ignores their experiential connect with the lived world and its sociocultural persuasions. Invested in what Suzi Gablik (1992: 2) calls the connective aesthetics, the plastic artists refuse the monocentric mythology of the artist. Plastics demand connective radicality that require, as Gablik (2...
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the minnesota review (2016) 2016 (86): 101–121.
Published: 01 May 2016
... an experiential process that is only rec- ognizable at later stages when they are “built into institutions and for- mations” (132). It is the “generative immediacy” of the structure of feeling that gives form to the utopian impulse (133). While people may rehearse their desire for a better life...
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the minnesota review (2011) 2011 (77): 111–130.
Published: 01 November 2011
..., parceled into manageable lots, and provided a visual and experiential reminder of who was in charge. There was no doubt in the minds of peasants and tenant farmers what the roads signified. We might picture the situation in terms of Henri Lefe­bvre’s “rhythmanalysis” (2004; 1992):14 the chora...
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the minnesota review (2015) 2015 (85): 56–79.
Published: 01 November 2015
... the solipsist illusion from within, showing how the very claim to be an autonomous subject collapses upon itself, revealing in its inte- rior the experiential conditions that make genuine subjectivity impos- sible.” I shall show below how such an understanding of the disinte- gration of autonomy...