Adventures in Theory

By | 11 February 2017

Adventures in Theory The Purpose Of Art, According To The Artist Banksy, Is To Comfort The Disturbed And Disturb The Comfortable The Purpose Of That Creative Practice Called Theory Is To Disturb Everyone To Perpetually Unsettle All Our Staid Assumptions, All Our Fixed Understandings, All Our Familiar Identities An Alternative To The Typically Large And Unwieldy Theory Anthology, Adventures In Theory Offers A Manageably Short Collection Of Writings That Have Famously Enacted The Central Purpose Of Theory Adventures In Theory Takes Readers On A Steadily Unsettling Tour, Spanning The Most Significant Thought Provocations In The History Of Theoretical Writing From Marx And Nietzsche Through Foucault And Derrida To Butler, Zizek, And Edelman Engagingly Lean And Enjoyably Mean, This Is A Minimalist Anthology With Maximal Impact.

  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • 1501336339
  • Adventures in Theory
  • Calvin Thomas
  • 11 February 2017