In Animal Rites, Cary Wolfe Examines Contemporary Notions Of Humanism And Ethics By Reconstructing A Little Known But Crucial Underground Tradition Of Theorizing The Animal From Wittgenstein, Cavell, And Lyotard To L Vinas, Derrida, I Ek, Maturana, And Varela Through Detailed Readings Of How Discourses Of Race, Sexuality, Colonialism, And Animality Interact In Twentieth Century American Culture, Wolfe Explores What It Means, In Theory And Critical Practice, To Take Seriously The Question Of The Animal.
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- 252 pages
- Animal Rites
- Cary Wolfe
- 27 March 2017 Cary Wolfe