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A Rose Is a Rose Is a Rose

Gertrude Stein’s prominent claim in such reflective, somewhat metaphorical phrase of the title is, in a mere word, one of the most resolutive ways to begin my proposal upon the concept of representation. 1,355 more words

Representation in Literature: in a Political View

I see the literature can be seen as the construction of intelligibility of every time. It shows what happens in one time and another time. The issue is drafted and recorded well in literature. 548 more words

Response 1

Draft 2 – Representation

Every text has different approaches when it is being formed. Let us say that texts is a sculpture, there is some process which we called carving that turn the raw material into that art. 618 more words

Adorno in brief

Another swing and miss on Adorno. [1]

According to Alex Ross,

When Adorno issued his own analyses of pop culture, though, he went off the beam.

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"The Loyalty of Habit" - Elitism for All - by Ozgur K. Sahin

Occasionally in my own life, and more often as a life coach, I have to deal with the reality of friendships ending. Usually this is due to a combination of simply outgrowing friends, physical or emotional distance, new commitments on either side, and unwelcome behavior. 936 more words


Teaching U.S. Civil Rights Movement

KATH is proud to announce that Dr. Ryan Crowley, recently hired in to the University of Kentucky College of Education, will facilitate a breakout session at this year’s… 193 more words

KATH Conference

RE: a question (A Found Work)

From: Agam-Segal, Reshef
Sent: Friday, August 29, 2014 6:50 AM
To: Heard, Frederick C.
Subject: a question

Hi Coye,

I was wondering if you knew who was the source for the idea that there may be no limit to the proliferation of meanings. 2,542 more words