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Between Science and Literature: An Introduction to Autopoetics

Between Science and Literature: An Introduction to Autopoetics
Between Science and Literature: An Introduction to Autopoetics by Ira Livingston
English | 2005 | ISBN: 0252030087, 0252072545 | 208 pages | PDF | 2,6 MB

Ira Livingston's Between Science and Literature sets out to introduce the fundamentals of cultural and literary theory to a nonspecialist audience. Using ideas about selfreference, performativity, and autopoetics, Livingston constructs an alternate framework in which complex, selforganizing processes occur at all scales, cutting across traditional divisions between words and things, culture and nature. Livingston regards both language and culture as selfreferential systems, and argues for an approach that sees language as a part of the world, rejecting the traditional split between words in our minds and things out there to which they are supposed to refer. Livingston makes his case by drawing on the work of thinkers across disciplines, ranging from philosophers like Deleuze and Guattari, to sociologists like Niklas Luhmann, to biologists like Stuart Kaufman, as well as historians, gender theorists, and science fiction writers.
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Between Science and Literature: An Introduction to Autopoetics
Between Science and Literature: An Introduction to Autopoetics by Ira Livingston
English | 2005 | ISBN: 0252030087, 0252072545 | 208 pages | PDF | 2,6 MB

Ira Livingston's Between Science and Literature sets out to introduce the fundamentals of cultural and literary theory to a nonspecialist audience. Using ideas about selfreference, performativity, and autopoetics, Livingston constructs an alternate framework in which complex, selforganizing processes occur at all scales, cutting across traditional divisions between words and things, culture and nature. Livingston regards both language and culture as selfreferential systems, and argues for an approach that sees language as a part of the world, rejecting the traditional split between words in our minds and things out there to which they are supposed to refer. Livingston makes his case by drawing on the work of thinkers across disciplines, ranging from philosophers like Deleuze and Guattari, to sociologists like Niklas Luhmann, to biologists like Stuart Kaufman, as well as historians, gender theorists, and science fiction writers.
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