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Nothing matters a critique of post-structuralism"s epistemology by Somer Brodribb

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Written in English


  • Feminism.,
  • Knowledge, Theory of.,
  • Structuralism.

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Statementby Somer Brodribb.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 199 leaves.
Number of Pages199
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18472292M

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  When Pierre Anton decides that "nothing matters" and climbs up into a tree, his classmates decide to prove him wrong by creating a pile of things that matter to them. Since this makes them search their hearts and question their own conflicted and complex desires, the story quickly turns allegorical - in the darkest yet most seductive way.4/4(84). Nothing Matters: A Book About Nothing. Is nothing everything? As strange as that question looks at first sight, it will definitely make sense after reading NOTHING MATTERS. Provocative and accessible, free of jargon, NOTHING MATTERS shows that there is more to nothing than meets the eye. History, the arts, philosophy, politics, religion. When Nothing Else Matters is the definitive account of Jordan's equally spectacular and disastrous return to basketball. Washington Post writer Michael Leahy reveals the striking contrast between the public Jordan and the man whose personal style alienated teammates and /5(45). The compilation and the book try to capture both a sense of these experiences and the guiding aspiration of Cocktail to be a utopian sex-positive safer space where people from different backgrounds, ethnicities, genders, and sexualities are truly free to express themselves. “NOTHING MATTERS WHEN WE'RE DANCING VOL. 10” (3xLP compilation.

The Paperback of the Nothing Matters: a book about nothing by Ronald Green at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be : Iff Books. “Nothing Matters is a different sort of book, for sure–but one that will speak to many, as through it they are provoked to consider what God is doing in the ‘nothing’ moments of their lives. Oh, that we might all ‘be still’ and know that He is God!”Price: $   Book Overview When you first read the two words Nothing Matters, you default to the usual cultural meaning of the word nothing; but if you think a moment, there is a noun and a verb. Nouns are something, and thus the nothing is really something that matters Nothing is seen throughout the world, the Scriptures, and, indeed, within each of us. Don't get me wrong, Nothing is a wonderfully written book. Not a single word is superfluous and yet the story feels expansive. We see the whole thing from Agnes' point of view, and yet the feelings of others and the crowd mentality of the group are clear. It's got a kind of terrible, terrifying beauty to it/5.