In medias res : Peter Sloterdijk's spherological poetics of being /

"Sloterdijk has in recent years grown into one of Germany's most influential thinkers. His work, which is extremely relevant for philosophers, scientists of art and culture, sociologists, political scientists and theologists, is only now gradually being translated in English. This book mak...

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Imprint:Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2011]
©2011
Description:202 pages ; 24 cm
Language:English
Subject:Sloterdijk, Peter, -- 1947-
Sloterdijk, Peter, -- 1947-
Philosophers -- Germany -- 20th century.
Philosophers -- Germany -- 21st century.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8774991
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Other authors / contributors:Schinkel, Willem, 1976-, editor.
Noordegraaf-Eelens, Liesbeth, 1973-, editor.
ISBN:9789089643292 (paperback)
908964329X (paperback)
9789048514502 (e-book)
9048514509 (e-book)
Notes:"Internationally renowned scholars in a series of critical reflections on the oeuvre of Peter Sloterdijk"--pages 4 of cover.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary:"Sloterdijk has in recent years grown into one of Germany's most influential thinkers. His work, which is extremely relevant for philosophers, scientists of art and culture, sociologists, political scientists and theologists, is only now gradually being translated in English. This book makes his work accessible to a wider audience by putting it to work in orientation towards current issues. Sloterdijk's philosophy moves from a Heideggerian project to think 'space and time' to a Diogenes-inspired 'kynical' affirmation of the body and a Deleuzian ontology of network-spheres. In a range of accessible and clearly written chapters, this book discusses the many aspects of this thought"--Publisher's website.

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