Subverting Textual Practices of Meaning, Other, and Self-Formation
Gerrit Haas re-theorises the peculiar textual conduct of ficto/critical writing, which inextricably intersects fictional with critical discourses as well as aesthetics with poetics and ethics. The slash here signals the conjunction between a self-reflexive ficto-critical insight and a wider discursive ficto-critical motivation. In its refined form, this twofold trope shifts perspective from the prevalent generic between onto the meta-generic level of our textual practices. Ultimately, the ficto/critical is thus qualified as an unheard-of interventionist aesthetic of deconstruction directed at the ramifications of our textual cultures.
FrontmatterSeiten 1 - 4
ContentsSeiten 5 - 6
1. Introducing the Ficto/criticalSeiten 7 - 60
2. Realising the Ficto-critical Vector & Twist: Frictioning Conceptual Work & Its Im/mediate SignificanceSeiten 61 - 98
3. A Theory of the Ficto/critical: Experimenting Textual Strategies & Text-Practical IdeologiesSeiten 99 - 154
4. Developing Ficto-critical Edge: Issues & Practices of Ficto/critical ConcernSeiten 155 - 174
5. Towards a Ficto/critiqueSeiten 175 - 184
BibliographySeiten 185 - 190
26 January 2017, 190 pages
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