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Rhythm and critique

Rhythm and critique
Rhythm and critique
Rhythm remains one of the most productive terms for critical enquiry into our social, political and cultural lives. References to temporality, flow, measure, pattern, variation and meter occur across a wide range of critical literatures concerned with the arts, philosophy, technology, critical theory and studies of the everyday. Yet, conceptually, rhythm is rarely made explicit, instead being only in the service of critique. Rhythm and Critique presents a set of new essays that explore and challenge our understanding of the term. It presents a genealogy of rhythm as it occurs through critical theory literatures of the twentieth century (and as traced through early Greek thought), in order to situate new philosophical and contemporary readings that further define rhythm as a critical term and mode of analysis. In doing so, the book places emphasis upon rhythm as cultural technique and locates its significance for the analysis of the everyday and its flow.
Edinburgh University Press
Manghani, Sunil
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Crespi, Paola
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Manghani, Sunil
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Crespi, Paola
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Manghani, Sunil , Crespi, Paola (ed.) (2020) Rhythm and critique , Edinburgh University Press (In Press)

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Rhythm remains one of the most productive terms for critical enquiry into our social, political and cultural lives. References to temporality, flow, measure, pattern, variation and meter occur across a wide range of critical literatures concerned with the arts, philosophy, technology, critical theory and studies of the everyday. Yet, conceptually, rhythm is rarely made explicit, instead being only in the service of critique. Rhythm and Critique presents a set of new essays that explore and challenge our understanding of the term. It presents a genealogy of rhythm as it occurs through critical theory literatures of the twentieth century (and as traced through early Greek thought), in order to situate new philosophical and contemporary readings that further define rhythm as a critical term and mode of analysis. In doing so, the book places emphasis upon rhythm as cultural technique and locates its significance for the analysis of the everyday and its flow.

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Accepted/In Press date: 1 June 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 433770
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/433770
PURE UUID: 6a7e8544-ab72-43f1-8d67-feff580526e9

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Date deposited: 03 Sep 2019 16:30
Last modified: 03 Sep 2019 16:30

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Author: Sunil Manghani
Editor: Paola Crespi

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