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The Encyclopedic Philosophy of Michel Serres: Writing the Modern World and Anticipating the Future Keith Moser Taylor Simonds Anna Faktorovich The Encyclopedic Philosophy of Michel Serres Writing the Modern World and Anticipating the Future This monograph represents the first comprehensive study dedicated to the interdisciplinary French philosopher Michel Serres As the title of this project unequivocally suggests Serres s prolific body

  • Title: The Encyclopedic Philosophy of Michel Serres: Writing the Modern World and Anticipating the Future
  • Author: Keith Moser Taylor Simonds Anna Faktorovich
  • ISBN: 9781681142340
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Encyclopedic Philosophy of Michel Serres: Writing the Modern World and Anticipating the Future Keith Moser Taylor Simonds Anna Faktorovich This monograph represents the first comprehensive study dedicated to the interdisciplinary French philosopher Michel Serres As the title of this project unequivocally suggests, Serres s prolific body of work paints a rending portrait of what it means for a sentient being to live in the modern world This book reflects Serres s profound conviction that philosopher c est anThis monograph represents the first comprehensive study dedicated to the interdisciplinary French philosopher Michel Serres As the title of this project unequivocally suggests, Serres s prolific body of work paints a rending portrait of what it means for a sentient being to live in the modern world This book reflects Serres s profound conviction that philosopher c est anticiper to philosophize about something is to anticipate Philosophie Magazine According to Serres, a philosopher is someone who possesses an extremely broad base of knowledge coupled with the uncanny ability to envision what might transpire based upon his or her astute observations concerning phenomena that are already starting to unfold in a given society Serres s explanation of what engaging in philosophical inquiry entails encourages us to imagine all of the present and future ramifications of certain trajectories that are clearly visible all around us From 1968 to the present, Serres has been generating forceful, prophetic visions in his works that mingle philosophy, religion, theology, contemporary science, and literature.Comprehensive and insightful introduction both illuminates pressing contemporary issues and presages potential futures to come This is a remarkable achievement and a genuine gift to readers both new and old to Serres s work Steven D Brown, Professor of Psychology, University of LeicesterAn essential book for becoming aware of the threat of a return of obscurantism despite the development of new technologies and of the necessity of a new century of Lumieres Issa Asgarally, Associate Professor, Mauritius Institute of Education, founder, Foundation for Interculturality and PeaceMoser s engaging prose makes this study a great read, and he demonstrates a formidable grasp on the connections within Serres work, as well as the links between Serres and other major twentieth century thinkers Tom Trzyna, Professor Emeritus of English, Seattle Pacific UniversityBoth timely and thorough His provocative critique of societal malaise, from our relationship to the planet, to ourselves, to each other, and to technology, as well as the solutions envisioned through an erudite and thoughtful analysis of Serres entire philosophical corpus is a remarkable contribution to Philosophy and French Studies Isaac Joslin, University of DenverKeith Moser s pioneering vision of the post Marxist era, as reflected in the syncretism of philosophy, religion, theology, science and literature in Michel Serres body of work during the last half a century, transforms human consciousness beyond its illusory genophobia that has damaged the very semiotics of life Moser s monograph taps into a tremendous flow of energy that evokes a passionate desire in a dead humanity to re live and re think Professor Ananta Sukla, Editor, Journal of Comparative Literature and AestheticsKeith Moser is Associate Professor of French at Mississippi State University He is the author of A Practical Guide to French Harki Literature, J.M.G Le Clezio A Concerned Citizen of the Global Village, Le Clezio dans la foret des paradoxes co editor , and Privileged Moments in the Novels and Short Stories of Le Clezio His Contemporary Development of a Traditional French Literary Device Moser has also contributed approximately forty essays to peer reviewed publications such as The French Review, The International Journal of Francophone Studies, Romance Notes, Dalhousie French Studies, Les Cahiers Le Clezio, Modern Language Review, French Cultural Studies, Forum for Modern Language Studies Oxford , Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment Oxford , and Pennsylvania Literary Journal.
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    1. Born in 1930 in France, Michel Serres specialized in with Continental philosophy, French epistemology, and metalanguage Metalanguage is a set of term used for description or analysis in another language The scholarly literary review provides context and relevance for Serres philosophical work, but does not contain any new research that supports or contradicts any of the theories mentioned This work lacks the debate, precision, dissection, and reasoning found in a philosophical argument The autho [...]

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