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Tears, humor and "the critical and clinical": Reading the baroque and sympathy in "Clarissa", "Tristram Shandy" and Deleuze
This dissertation will examine the critical and clinical relationship between Clarissa and Tristram Shandy by reading the thought of Deleuze. In the history of the early Modern English novel, Clarissa and Tristram Shandy ...
Temporal alternatives: Postcoloniality and the politics of the event
"Temporal Alternatives" argues that the past informs the present not only through colonial hauntings or traumatic ruptures but as a force of emergence: time transforms perception, insinuates itself into action, and inflects ...
Ontoterrorem ; or, power, ontological-terror & protestation: (Re)conceptualizing language, thought & the body as structures of possibility
" Ontoterrorem ; or, Power, Ontological-Terror & Protestation" attempts a (re)conceptualization of Language, Thought & the Body as structures of possibility. While I feel it is utterly impossible to ‘definitively’ ...
Irish modernism and the problem of metaphor: Interactions between the imagination and the materiality of language in the literature of Beckett, Joyce and Yeats
"Irish Modernism and The Problem of Metaphor: Interactions Between the Imagination and the Materiality of Language in the Literature of Beckett, Joyce and Yeats" examines the unconventional role that metaphor plays as an ...
Poet(h)ics of life: Gilles Deleuze and the thought of becoming
In recent philosophical and theoretical debates, the question of ethics has risen to new prominence and manifold suggestions have been made as to how to adopt ethics to the challenges of today's complex world. With the ...