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Estetica inumană : De la postmodernism la Facebook

Nicolau, Felix LU (2013)
Abstract
A literary manifesto is not a program. Even so, many are irritated by the doctrinal constraints of any manifesto or by its imprecision. There is confusion between the theoretical reinforcement of the manifesto, which has rather a conative function (to use a term in linguistics), of conviction. Predictive and limitative is the program. Politically speaking, the former proves "creative political indifference" (Morris Janowitz), while the second, as the language itself, is an "environment of social domination and power" (Jurgen Habermas). For, of course, there is a policy of literature.
But even if it persists in terminological confusion, the substantive issue is the same: the manifesto, accompanied or not by the program, practices the... (More)
A literary manifesto is not a program. Even so, many are irritated by the doctrinal constraints of any manifesto or by its imprecision. There is confusion between the theoretical reinforcement of the manifesto, which has rather a conative function (to use a term in linguistics), of conviction. Predictive and limitative is the program. Politically speaking, the former proves "creative political indifference" (Morris Janowitz), while the second, as the language itself, is an "environment of social domination and power" (Jurgen Habermas). For, of course, there is a policy of literature.
But even if it persists in terminological confusion, the substantive issue is the same: the manifesto, accompanied or not by the program, practices the delimitation of other generations and groups, challenges and proposes something new. At least as an intention. There are situations when the manifesto precedes a generation / grouping, being issued by one or more theorists, and helps to clot it. (Less)
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The Inhuman Aesthetics : From Postmodernism to Facebook
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Romanian Literature, Romanian language, Literature studies, translation studies
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260 pages
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Tracus Arte
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978-606-664-109-8
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Romanian
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