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In: Spectrums and Spaces of Writing

:3 ( 1998). <http ://muse .jhu/j oumals/ theory_ and_ event/v002/2 .3bove .html> Bowlin, John R. "Rorty and Aquinas on Courage and Contingency." Journal of Religion 77 (1997): 402-420. While he uses the example of courage in his analysis, Bowlin's aim in this essay is to point to a general weakness in

In: Richard Rorty

of academic methodology. They were ‘scrambled, disordering’ modes not unrelated to Dada–associative, cognitive capacitors perhaps best summed up in the phrase ‘critique of pure unreason’. Georgio Agamben re-affirms this ‘nameless science’–the expanded zone of art history/theory/related visual

In: Artistic Research

reduced to evil to the latter and have defined it as a lapse or mental illness, 91 and also that we continue to stigmatize those who are truly mentally ill with a taint of evil. However, to explore the Joker specifically in terms of madness and evil, we do need to question what methodology to use so as

In: The Sign of the Joker: The Clown Prince of Crime as a Sign