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In this book, Steven Smith examines modernity as the site of a unique type of human being entirely unknown to the ancient and medieval worlds that is called the bourgeois.
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Modernity and its Discontents. Yoav Fromer. This introductory seminar to the liberal arts examines the origins, meanings, legacies and consequences of Modernity starting in the 18th century with the dawn of European Enlightenment and stretching across three centuries to the aftermath of the Second World War. The course will explore the political, philosophical, economic, social, technological and cultural transformations ushered in by Modernity and will, among other things, ask the following questions: what does it mean to be modern? What values, norms and institutions does Modernity entail? What are its benefits and consequences? Are we still living in a modern age — and if not — what comes after?
Home Issues 9. Democracy and Its Discontents: Wa The already strong shock of World War I, a conflict that involved different continents with political and economic consequences, was soon followed by the crisis and by the growth of totalitarianisms. The defeat of Wilsonianism granted the Republican party more than ten years of government, from to , interrupted only by the consequences of the crisis and by the election of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This crisis, which was mainly socio-economic, had been preceded and was then accompanied by a political crisis, which we may define as a crisis of democracy. The so-called red scare, the growth of right-wing and racist groups like the Ku-Klux-Klan, the controversy between evolutionism and creationism and the admiration for Mussolini and Italian fascism - all typical tracts of the Twenties - were clear signals of those difficulties. The growing power of the Nazis as well as the threat of Fascisms and Communism in the Thirties, ideologies that seemed attractive to many Americans, illustrates how deep this crisis was getting.
The widow of the Bauhaus master Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, the subject of her first major work of non-fiction, Moholy-Nagy never embraced what became known as postmodernism. The daughter of the prominent Dresden architect Martin Pietzsch, she had a brief career as an actress, during which, in the first of many self-inventions, she anglicized her maiden name to Peech. She left her philandering first husband, a good friend of Theodor Adorno, after his money began to run out. She subsequently became involved with Moholy-Nagy, whom she married in Certainly, it was not a direct outcome of the feminism Ahmed champions, although it may well have been prompted by the fact that Moholy-Nagy was never afraid to voice controversial opinions. This has produced a record of mischief and stupidity.
Modernity and Its Discontents: Making and Unmaking the Bourgeois from Machiavelli to Bellow, by Steven B. Smith, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, xiv +.
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Please note that ebooks are subject to tax and the final price may vary depending on your country of residence. Please note that this product is not available for purchase from Bloomsbury. A major voice in the architectural culture of the fifties and sixties, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy was uniquely engaged with modernism and modernity. As an architectural critic she was one of the early voices articulating doubts about the path modernist architecture was taking, demystifying the myths of the masters, Mies, Le Corbusier and Gropius, and questioning their heroic, masculinist approach.
В сердцах он швырнул трубку на рычаг. - Черт! - Фонтейн снова схватил трубку и набрал номер мобильника Стратмора. На этот раз послышались длинные гудки.
И все же он слышал чей-то голос, зовущий. Тихий, едва различимый. Но этот голос был частью его. Слышались и другие голоса - незнакомые, ненужные. Он хотел их отключить.
Беккер показал на бутылки, которые смахнул на пол. - Они же пустые. - Пустые, но мои, черт тебя дери.
Такси все еще продолжало крутиться, и в ожидании столкновения он сжался в комок. Раздался оглушающий треск гофрированного металла. Но Беккер не ощутил боли. Неожиданно он оказался на открытом воздухе, по-прежнему сидя на веспе, несущейся по травяному газону.
Уверен, наш постоянный клиент. Мы можем обслужить вас по особому тарифу. - Ну… вообще-то никто не давал мне ваш номер специально. - В голосе мужчины чувствовалось какая-то озабоченность.
Сьюзан, - позвал он, задыхаясь.
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