Stanley Cavell: Philosophy's Recounting of the Ordinary

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"Despite what his book's title might suggest, Stephen Mulhall's thorough explication of Stanley Cavell's philosophy is anything but ordinary. At the outset Mulhall makes it clear that he intends to address Cavell's exceptional formidability, and set himself not to attempt to do what can and must only be done by Cavell's own prose, but to clear the space that is required for it to do so'....to Mulhall's credit...he has cleared the space for such a return."--Philosophy and Literature"This book contains what is likely to remain for some time the most comprehensive and most ramified account of Cavell's work. It is a tour de finesse, at once densely argued and lucidly written, destined to become required reading in these fields."--Ethics "Despite what his book's title might suggest, Stephen Mulhall's thorough explication of Stanley Cavell's philosophy is anything but ordinary. At the outset Mulhall makes it clear that he intends to address Cavell's exceptional formidability, and set himself not to attempt to do what can and must only be done by Cavell's own prose, but to clear the space that is required for it to do so'....to Mulhall's credit...he has cleared the space for such a return."--Philosophy and Literature "This book contains what is likely to remain for some time the most comprehensive and most ramified account of Cavell's work. It is a tour de finesse, at once densely argued and lucidly written, destined to become required reading in these fields."--Ethics "Despite what his book's title might suggest, Stephen Mulhall's thorough explication of Stanley Cavell's philosophy is anything but ordinary. At the outset Mulhall makes it clear that he intends to address Cavell's exceptional formidability, and set himself not to attempt to do what can and must only be done by Cavell's own prose, but to clear the space that is required for it to do so'....to Mulhall's credit...he has cleared the space for such a return."--Philosophy and Literature "This book contains what is likely to remain for some time the most comprehensive and most ramified account of Cavell's work. It is a tour de finesse, at once densely argued and lucidly written, destined to become required reading in these fields."--Ethics "Despite what his book's title might suggest, Stephen Mulhall's thorough explication of Stanley Cavell's philosophy is anything but ordinary. At the outset Mulhall makes it clear that he intends to address Cavell's exceptional formidability, and set himself not to attempt to do what can and mustonly be done by Cavell's own prose, but to clear the space that is required for it to do so'....to Mulhall's credit...he has cleared the space for such a return."--Philosophy and Literature"This book contains what is likely to remain for some time the most comprehensive and most ramified account of Cavell's work. It is a tour de finesse, at once densely argued and lucidly written, destined to become required reading in these fields."--Ethics

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This is a philosophical study of the work of Stanley Cavell, best known for his seminal contributions to the fields of film studies, Shakespearian literary criticism, and the confluence of psychoanalysis and literary theory. Cavell's project originated in his interpretation of Austin's and Wittgenstein's ordinary-language philosophy and is given unity by an abiding concern with the nature and the varying cultural manifestations of the sceptical impulse in modernity. This book elucidates the esentially philosophical roots and trajectory of Cavell's work, traces its links with Romanticism and its recent turn towards a species of moral perfectionism associated with Thoreau and Emerson, and concludes with an assessment of its relations to liberal-democratic political theory, Christian religious thought and feminist literary studies. It will be of interest to anyone concerned with the relationships between Anglo-American and Continental philosophy, and between philosophy and other disciplines in the humanities. It should also be of interest to philosophers interested in the relation between the British, American and European philosophical traditions; anyone interested in the interplay between philosophy, literary criticism and theory, film studies and psychoanalysis.

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Publicado por Oxford University Press (1994)
ISBN 10: 0198240740 ISBN 13: 9780198240747
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