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The Resource Traversals of affect : on Jean-Franc̦ois Lyotard, edited by Julie Gaillard, Claire Nouvet, and Mark Stoholski

Traversals of affect : on Jean-Franc̦ois Lyotard, edited by Julie Gaillard, Claire Nouvet, and Mark Stoholski

Label
Traversals of affect : on Jean-Franc̦ois Lyotard
Title
Traversals of affect
Title remainder
on Jean-Franc̦ois Lyotard
Statement of responsibility
edited by Julie Gaillard, Claire Nouvet, and Mark Stoholski
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
194
Index
index present
LC call number
B2430.L964
LC item number
T73 2016eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Gaillard, Julie
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  • Lyotard, Jean-François
  • Affect (Psychology)
  • Emotions
  • Lyotard, Jean-François
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • Affect (Psychology)
  • Emotions
  • Emoties
Label
Traversals of affect : on Jean-Franc̦ois Lyotard, edited by Julie Gaillard, Claire Nouvet, and Mark Stoholski
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover page ; Halftitle page ; Series page ; Title page ; Copyright page; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction; Affect: an unarticulated phrase; Affect in the work of art and commentary; Affect as figure; Affect and the sublime in the age of new technologies; Affect in postmodern politics; Affect and the task of thinking; Notes; Section I Affect: An Unarticulated Phrase; 1 Apathēmata; Notes; 2 For "Emma"; Notes; Section II Affect in the Work of Art and in Commentary; 3 Pragmatics and Affect in Art and Commentary; Lyotard's pragmatic turn; The pragmatics of art
  • The pragmatics of commentaryConclusion: pragmatics and affect; Notes; 4 Anamnesis; Linkage-linking psychoanalysis and art through anamnesis; Work-anamnesis as work; art as work; Affect-phrase; Time-the time of anamnesis; the time of art; Notes; 5 Lyotard's Gesture; Notes; 6 No Place for Complacency; Ending 1; Pause; Ending 2; Notes; Section III Affect as Figure; 7 Introduction-Before Affect; "From sight to vision, from the world to the phantasy"5; Reality opened by desire; The work of the figural; The matrix, the figural and the death drive; From the figural to affect; Notes
  • 8 Following Lyotard's LinesEngaging auditoria: Guillermo Kuitca's Acoustic Mass VI and Mozart Da-Ponte VIII; Lines, discourse, and the figural: Lyotard's "The Line and the Letter"; The seating plan: discursive lines and figural transgressions; Affect, movement, and "as though directed somewhere else"; Notes; 9 Philip Guston's Piles; I; II; Notes; Section IV Affect and the Sublime in the Age of New Technologies; 10 Gods, Angels, and Puppets; Musical sublime presence; "Divine automatism" as pure perception; (God/sound) + (puppets/humans) = music as divine automatism; The god of sound
  • Music and graceListening as "obedience": wrestling with the angels; The sound-feeling; Untitled; Notes; 11 Autoaffection and Lyotard's Cinematic Sublime; Notes; Section V Affect in Postmodern Politics; 12 A New Kind of Sublime; I; II; Notes; 13 Lyotard on Affect and Media; A brief user's guide to the postmodern 2.0; Winston's journal and anamnesis: paralogy 2.0; The two minutes hate: or the affect-phrase 2.0; Big Brother and development: performativity 2.0; In media res : the differend itself-version 2.0; Notes; Section VI Affect and the Task of Thinking
  • 14 The Task of Thinking (in) The Postmodern Space of "The Zone"Nihilism and its perspectives; The suburb and the après-coup (Nachträglichkeit, belatedness); "Cultural politics"; The phrasophile philosopher; Notes; 15 Coups de Grâce; Notes; 16 Impious Thinking; I. The turn to the affect-phrase; II. Sexual difference; III. Reflective judgment and politics; IV. The subject of philosophy; Notes; Bibliography; Works by Jean-François Lyotard; General bibliography; Index
Control code
944187065
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781474257893
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)944187065
Label
Traversals of affect : on Jean-Franc̦ois Lyotard, edited by Julie Gaillard, Claire Nouvet, and Mark Stoholski
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover page ; Halftitle page ; Series page ; Title page ; Copyright page; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction; Affect: an unarticulated phrase; Affect in the work of art and commentary; Affect as figure; Affect and the sublime in the age of new technologies; Affect in postmodern politics; Affect and the task of thinking; Notes; Section I Affect: An Unarticulated Phrase; 1 Apathēmata; Notes; 2 For "Emma"; Notes; Section II Affect in the Work of Art and in Commentary; 3 Pragmatics and Affect in Art and Commentary; Lyotard's pragmatic turn; The pragmatics of art
  • The pragmatics of commentaryConclusion: pragmatics and affect; Notes; 4 Anamnesis; Linkage-linking psychoanalysis and art through anamnesis; Work-anamnesis as work; art as work; Affect-phrase; Time-the time of anamnesis; the time of art; Notes; 5 Lyotard's Gesture; Notes; 6 No Place for Complacency; Ending 1; Pause; Ending 2; Notes; Section III Affect as Figure; 7 Introduction-Before Affect; "From sight to vision, from the world to the phantasy"5; Reality opened by desire; The work of the figural; The matrix, the figural and the death drive; From the figural to affect; Notes
  • 8 Following Lyotard's LinesEngaging auditoria: Guillermo Kuitca's Acoustic Mass VI and Mozart Da-Ponte VIII; Lines, discourse, and the figural: Lyotard's "The Line and the Letter"; The seating plan: discursive lines and figural transgressions; Affect, movement, and "as though directed somewhere else"; Notes; 9 Philip Guston's Piles; I; II; Notes; Section IV Affect and the Sublime in the Age of New Technologies; 10 Gods, Angels, and Puppets; Musical sublime presence; "Divine automatism" as pure perception; (God/sound) + (puppets/humans) = music as divine automatism; The god of sound
  • Music and graceListening as "obedience": wrestling with the angels; The sound-feeling; Untitled; Notes; 11 Autoaffection and Lyotard's Cinematic Sublime; Notes; Section V Affect in Postmodern Politics; 12 A New Kind of Sublime; I; II; Notes; 13 Lyotard on Affect and Media; A brief user's guide to the postmodern 2.0; Winston's journal and anamnesis: paralogy 2.0; The two minutes hate: or the affect-phrase 2.0; Big Brother and development: performativity 2.0; In media res : the differend itself-version 2.0; Notes; Section VI Affect and the Task of Thinking
  • 14 The Task of Thinking (in) The Postmodern Space of "The Zone"Nihilism and its perspectives; The suburb and the après-coup (Nachträglichkeit, belatedness); "Cultural politics"; The phrasophile philosopher; Notes; 15 Coups de Grâce; Notes; 16 Impious Thinking; I. The turn to the affect-phrase; II. Sexual difference; III. Reflective judgment and politics; IV. The subject of philosophy; Notes; Bibliography; Works by Jean-François Lyotard; General bibliography; Index
Control code
944187065
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781474257893
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)944187065

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