Aesthetics and Marxism-CL
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BeschreibungLiu's study examines writers, philosophers, and political leaders in China and the West and reveals the extent to which they incorporate ideas about "culture" and "aesthetics" in their theories and practices.
PortraitLiu Kang is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and Chinese at Pennsylvania State University. His books include "Demonizing China" and "Bakhtin's Dialogism and Cultural Theory."
Pressestimmen"Well-informed, replete with scholarly detail, yet presented in an attractive and engaging manner. It will stand as a pioneering work in the rethinking of the story of Chinese Marxism."--Gregory B. Lee, Universite Jean Moulin "A work of depth and brilliance. The principles Liu articulates here will enrich our understanding of other texts in the Chinese cultural tradition."--[PERMISSION PENDING] [edited RR, PP] Wang Fengzhen, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences "This book remaps the topography of Marxist aesthetics by highlighting the contributions of Chinese Marxists and Marxist critics, which have been overlooked by Western scholarship."--David D. W. Wang, Columbia University
Untertitel: 'Post-Contemporary Intervention'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DUKE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2000
Seitenanzahl: 248 Seiten