In Ethics of Luxury renowned Canadian thinker and artist Jeanne Randolph gives us a magnum opus focusing on one of the most pressing issues facing us today - how we act morally and ethically while participating in a culture of abundance, opulence and consumerism. Randolph argues that when we use our imagination, as we do when we create, appreciate and live with art, we are acting ethically, expressing our sense of morality in a practical, material way.
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Jeanne Randolph, BA, MD, F.R.C.P.(C) is a prairie intellectual who spends her waking moments pondering technology, advertising, visual culture and ethics. A practicing psychiatrist, Randolph is also known as a performance artist whose extemporaneous soliloquies (on topics varying from cat curating to boxing to Barbie Dolls to Wittgenstein) have been performed in galleries and universities in Canada, England, Australia and Spain.
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Descripción Y Y Z Books, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110920397468