8 edition of Reticulations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Electronic mediations -- v. 27|
|LC Classifications||JA84.F8 A835 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780816654895, 9780816654901|
|LC Control Number||2008050301|
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Reticulations: Jean-Luc Nancy and the networks of the political. [Philip Armstrong] -- Significantly advancing our notion of what constitutes a network, Philip Armstrong proposes a rethinking of political public space that specifically separates networks from the current popular.
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7 The presence of reticulation is indicative of interstitial lung disease. Philip Armstrong’s Reticulations is not a book explicitly dealing with rhetoric; however, rhetoric scholars would be remiss to let that fact dissuade them from investigating this book. Although Armstrong does not attempt an explicit engagement with contemporary rhetorical theory, his book is concerned with rhetoric broadly construed.
Reticulations: Jean-Luc Nancy and the networks of the political. [Philip Armstrong] 'There is much to praise in the book's historical approach, which rightly avers that our ethical categories emerge as we reflect on concrete events in our shared past.Evolutionary ('phylogenetic') trees were first used to infer lost histories nearly two centuries ago by manuscript scholars reconstructing original texts.
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