The Play of the Self

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Ronald Bogue, Mihai Spariosu
SUNY Press, 1994 M01 1 - 268 páginas
"The book covers extraordinary ground in literature, the arts, philosophy, and even the social sciences. The concern about the issue of self and the representations of self brings far-reaching ideas together in the most surprising and mutually illuminating ways. Poststructuralist and postmodernist critiques of self-identity have made the topic controversial and broadly relevant to all the fields represented. Extreme statements abound on both sides of the argument, and this book succeeds in marshaling subtle and nuanced thought on the topic. Each essay is neatly self-contained, remarkably relevant to other essays in the collection, and a model of illuminating argument, careful scholarship, and attractive writing." -- Book cover.
 

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Foucault Deleuze and the Playful Fold of the Self
3
Mimesis and Anamnesis Deconstruction of Metaphysics and Reconstruction of Psyche
23
Minds Mirrors Some Early Versions of Contemporary Specular Discourse
39
Concepts of Mimesis in French and German Philosophical and Anthropological Theory
67
The Performative Self Role Ritual and Cognition
87
No Escaping Obligation Erving Goffman on the Demands and Constraints of Play
89
Play and Linking Trajectories for Social Origins of Cognition
113
Redefining the Ludic Mimesis Expression and the Festival Mode
137
Nonsense and Metacommunication Reflections on Lewis Carroll
157
The Expressive Self Psyche Image and Power
181
Power and Play in the Orlando Furioso
183
Dissimulation on Display The Feint of Power
203
Orpheus Nature and Psyche From Allegory to Symbol in Titian Rubens and Poussin
221
BodyBildung in German Classicism
251
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At the University of Georgia Ronald Bogue is Professor and Head of the Comparative Literature Department

and Mihai I. Spariosu is Professor of Comparative Literature.

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