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Arthur Cooper

Edited by Imre Galambos

’ the same as in ‘the lass with a delicate air’, or as in the ‘air’ to that song? And is the ‘craft’ of ‘aircraft’ the same as in the ‘craft’ of ‘craftsmanship’? There are two bases on which such a decision may be taken: one, subjective , whether the words are felt to be the same; the other, objective

Arthur Cooper

Edited by Imre Galambos

far as speech is concerned, it is entirely the subjective impression, of course, and not any kind of analysis that matters: one need know nothing of acoustic mathematics, nor even be ‘musical’, to speak effectively and not monotonously. Because we have instinctive abilities enabling us to master

Arthur Cooper

Edited by Imre Galambos

associations . But one cannot apply to them metaphors only of objects of one kind or another, when they are also as much subjective as the phases of the Moon seen from the Earth, or as the combined impression, from a standpoint, of light and wind on water. Many theories of language are created on the basis of

Arthur Cooper

Edited by Imre Galambos

characters having it as a word associator, and so felt to stand for related words, is (93 A ) 情 affection, feeling (for); circumstances 情 (93 A ) ‘qíng’, ‘affection, feeling, love’; but also used for ‘circumstances’ generally, viewed subjectively, as when one speaks in English of the ‘feel’ of a situation

Arthur Cooper

Edited by Imre Galambos

’ in the poem means ‘cold’: 衰草寒烟 (112 A  – 22 … 21) ‘shuāi cǎo hán yān’ is a four character phrase meaning: “Faded grass and cold smoke”; for autumn. The ‘direction’ of the ‘path’ in 寒 ‘hán’ for ‘cold’ is always subjective: the cold one feels; rather than cold that is given out, for which there are

Arthur Cooper

Edited by Imre Galambos

(243 …) ‘kèguān’, ‘host view’ and ‘guest view’, are now used respectively for ‘subjective’ and ‘objective’; 主觀主義 (… 235 A  – 235 C ) ‘zhǔguānzhǔyì’, ‘subjectivism’. 觀音 (… 86 B ) ‘guānyīn’, Kuanyin, in Sino-Japanese Kannon or Kwannon, ‘the Watcher for the Cries’ (of suffering in the world) is the

Gabriele de Seta

, power, and subjectivity, and the different kinds of agency and mobility enabled by mobile phones. Drawing on a dizzying breadth of literature, ranging from cultural studies to science and technology studies, and from technofeminist perspectives to theories of discourse and governmentality, Wallis

Learning to Labour 2.0

How Macau Internet Users Become Immaterial and Affective Labourers

Lin Zhongxuan

; Virno 2004 ). In short, immaterial labour is less about the production of things, particularly the ‘finished product’, and more about and immaterial services, intangible emotions, and communicative actions. It is ultimately about the production of subjectivity – or, better, about the way the production

Giuseppe Minacapilli

internet research, and encourage a reconsideration of the subjectivity as well as the everyday life of internet users. The book is organized in five parts, each dealing with a distinctive aspect of the online-offline interconnection. Part 1, ‘Deliberating online space’, comprises two introductory

Politics of Art

The Creation Society and the Practice of Theoretical Struggle in Revolutionary China

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Zhiguang Yin

In Politics of Art Zhiguang Yin investigates members of the Creation Society and their social network while in Japan. The study contextualises the Chinese left-wing intellectual movements and their political engagements in relation with the early 20th century international political events and trends in both East Asia and Europe.

The Creation Society was largely viewed as a subject of literary studies. This research, however, evaluates these intellectuals in the context of Chinese revolution and elaborates their theoretical contribution to the Chinese Communist Party’s practice of “theoretical struggle” as a main driving force of ideological construction. As this study tries to demonstrate, theoretical struggle drives the ideological politics forward while maintaining its political vigour.