[EBOOK] Looking Away Phenomenality and Dissatisfaction Kant to Adorno ¶ Rei Terada – freewebdesing.com
EBOOK Looking Away Phenomenality and Dissatisfaction Kant to Adorno ¶ Rei Terada – freewebdesing.com
Aberrant appearances perceptual experiences that do not present themselves as facts to be accepted and therefore become images of freedom This phenomenophilia she suggests informs omanticism and subseuent philosophical thought with a nascent ueer theoryThrough graceful Lets Be Just Friends (Just Friends, readings of Coleridge's obsession with perceptual ephemera or spectraecorded in his Notebooks; of Kant's efforts in his First and Third Critiues to come to terms
In Looking Away Rei Terada A Mother and Daughter Diary of Raw Food Recipes for Beginners revisits debates about appearance andeality in order to make a startling claim that the purpose of such debates is to police feelings of dissatisfaction with the given worldFocusing on omantic and post omantic thought after Kant Terada argues that acceptance of the world as is is coerced by canonical epistemology and aesthetics In guilty evasions of this coercion post Kantian thinkers cultivate fleeting.
Ith the given world; of Nietzsche's esponses to Kant and his meditations on ephemeral phenomenal experiences; and of Adorno's interpretations of both Nietzsche and Kant Terada proposes that the connection between dissatisfaction and ephemeral phenomenality eveals a hitherto unknown alternative to aesthetics that expresses our Indistractable right to desire something other than experience as is even those parts of it thateally cannot be otherwis.