Evil after Postmodernism Histories, Narratives and Ethics
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Description: InEvil After Postmodernism,six distinguished scholars address our understanding of evil in the light of postmodern thought, asking what might be lost in losing the concept of evil and what dangers might be incurred by continuing to use it. The essays in this volume are organized around three themes: the histories, narratives, and ethics of evil. In each section, the first essay illustrates theoretical difficulties thinking about evil faces in the postmodern age, while the second offers a constructive response to that difficulty. Contributors include Berel Lang, Larry D. Bouchard, Roger Shattuck, David B. Morris, Thomas Cushman, and Richard Kearney.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publication date: 1/16/2001
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|List of Contributors|
|Evil Inside and Outside History: The Post-Holocaust vs. the Postmodern|
|On Contingency and Culpability: Is the Postmodern Post-Tragic?|
|Narrating Evil: Great Faults and "Splendidly Wicked People"|
|The Plot of Suffering: AIDS and Evil|
|The Reflexivity of Evil: Modernity and Moral Transgression in the War in Bosnia|
|Others and Aliens: Between Good and Evil|