7 edition of Biopoetics found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Brett Cooke and Frederick Turner.|
|Contributions||Cooke, Brett., Turner, Frederick, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||BH39 .B54 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||466 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||466|
|ISBN 10||0892262044, 0892262052|
|LC Control Number||98051505|
Edward Osborne Wilson (born J ), usually cited as E. O. Wilson, is an American biologist, naturalist, and biological specialty is myrmecology, the study of ants, on which he has been called the world's leading expert.. Wilson has been called "the father of sociobiology" and "the father of biodiversity" for his environmental advocacy, and his secular-humanist and deist Doctoral advisor: Frank M. Carpenter. Chapter 7 - Emily Dickinson’s Posthuman Worlds: Biopoetics and Environmental Subjectivity. from Part II - Theoretical Frameworks By Colleen Glenney Recommend this book. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. The New Emily Dickinson Studies. Edited by Michelle Kohler; Online.
Erín Moure is a poet and translator. In Canada, the USA, and the UK, she has published 18 books of poetry, a coauthored book of poetry, a volume of essays, a book of short articles on translation, a poetics, and two memoirs, and she is (co-)translator of 19 books of poetry and two of creative nonfiction (biopoetics) from French, Galician, Portunhol, Portuguese, and : Eulalia Books. Indeed, the book is mostly blank space. This way, although the book format seems the familiar and conventional component of BPaS, as a matter of fact, as a codex, its configuration is quite odd. The initial impossibility of reading the book removes many, if not most, .
There is a literary-scientific movement called biopoetics, led by the Harvard professor E. O. Wilson, that wants the humanities, as he wrote in his book “Consilience,” “rationalized.”. Buy Biopoetics: Evolutionary Exploration in the Arts by Cooke, Brett, Turner, Frederick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Brett Cooke, Frederick Turner.
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Check out his lyrical yet scientifically rigorous book, Biology of Wonder: Aliveness, Consciousness and the Metamorophosis of Science. Future historians will look back on this book as a landmark that consolidates and explains paradigm-shifting theories and research in the biological sciences.4/5(7).
“Biopoetics” pursues the idea that we can understand living beings through the aliveness we share with them. We are alive as are all organisms – and our existence follows the same principles which we know firsthand Biopoetics book from the inside, as it is through them we exist.
these principles are alert concern, feeling, expressivity, connection. Biopolitics is an intersectional field between human biology and politics.
It is a political wisdom taking into consideration the administration of life and a locality’s populations as its subject. To quote Foucault, it is ‘to ensure, sustain, and multiply life, to put this life in order.". Biopoetics book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5.
Biopoetics breaks free from the causal-mechanic paradigm which made biology unable to account for mind and meaning. Biology becomes a science of expression, connection and subjectivity which can understand all organisms including humans as feeling agents in a shared ecology of meaningful relations, embedded in a symbolical and material.
Reading with John Clare argues that at the heart of contemporary biopolitical thinking is an insistent repression of poetry. By returning to the moment at which biopolitics is said to emerge simultaneously with romanticism, this project renews our understanding of the operations of contemporary politics and its relation to aesthetics across two by: 4.
Meaning, feeling and expression – the experience of inwardness – matter most in human existence. The perspective of biopoetics shows that this experience is shared by all organisms. Being alive means to exist through relations that have existential concern, and to express these dimensions through the body and its gestures.
All life takes place within one poetic space which is shared. “Sara Guyer’s Reading with John Clare: Biopoetics, Sovereignty, Romanticism is not only a call to include Clare in our accounts of romanticism but also an attempt to reorient our sense of romanticism as a whole.
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Her first book, McGlue, 18 books of poetry, a coauthored book of poetry, a volume of essays, a book of short articles on translation, a biopoetics (alongside the biopoetics of Chus Pato), and two memoirs. She is translator/co-translator of 19 books of poetry and two of creative non-fiction (biopoetics) from French, Galician, Portunhol.
This book explores biopoetics and looks at how insights from the natural sciences shape research within the humanities. It examines the question of what literature, literary and cultural criticism, and philosophy contribute to the distinctions between human, animal, and vegetal existence.
Meaning, feeling and expression the experience of inwardness matter most in human existence. The perspective of biopoetics shows that this experience is shared by all organisms. Being alive means to exist through relations that have existential concern, and to express these.
Reading with John Clare argues that at the heart of contemporary biopolitical thinking is an insistent repression of poetry. By returning to the moment at which biopolitics is said to emerge simultaneously with romanticism, this project renews our understanding of the operations of contemporary politics and its relation to aesthetics across two centuries.
“Biopoetics; or, a Pilot Plan for a Concrete Poetry”, Electronic Book Review, October 5. Readers wishing to respond to an essay in ebr may send ripostes or short glosses to the journal’s Managing Editor, Will Luers. Books shelved as rewilding: Feral: Rewilding the Land, the Sea and Human Life by George Monbiot, Wilding by Isabella Tree, Women Who Run With the Wolves.
Guyer’s essay "Biopoetics" opens by elegantly noting that it was not just natural and social scientists who became interested in life aroundbut also poets. What, Guyer asks, would be a poetic understanding of the relationship between literature, power, and life. To answer this question, she turns to Barbara Johnson’s account of the relation of poetic apostrophe, a.
The book opens with a chapter on ‘To Mary’, a haunting Clare lyric that begins with calling out over a space of amatory absence, but ends on a gothic note where the entire landscape becomes oppressively claustrophobic in its echoing of Mary. the contours of Guyer's biopoetics are neatly drawn here.
Chapter 2 reads Clare's journal, more Author: Christopher Stokes. Get this from a library. Reading with John Clare: biopoetics, sovereignty, romanticism. [Sara Emilie Guyer] -- "Reading with John Clare argues that poetry and its repression lies at the heart of biopolitical thinking.
By rereading the emergence of biopolitics and focusing on the exemplary case of John Clare. Consilience EDWARD O. WILSON was born in Birmingham, Alabama, in He received his B.S. and M.S. in biology from the University of Alabama and, inhis Ph.D. in biology from Harvard, where he has since taught, and where he has received both of its college-wide teaching awards.
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Get this from a library. Biopoetics: towards an existential ecology. [Andreas Weber] -- Meaning, feeling and expression - the experience of inwardness - matter most in human existence. The perspective of biopoetics shows that this experience is shared by all organisms.
Being alive means. If you’ve ever wondered how we’ve gotten to the point where virtually every cultural theory field now boasts a ‘bio-’ or ‘neuro-’ subfield, Carsten Strathausen’s Bioaesthetics is an excellent guide. Setting the stage with scrupulous readings of historical controversies, Strathausen then incisively critiques the reductionist ‘biologism’ he finds in ‘literary Darwinism.The German biologist, Andreas Weber, calls poetic space the most simple and the most enigmatic of all possible spaces in his book, Biopoetics: Towards an Existential Ecology.
Eliade, he acknowledges, helps solidify the essence of poetic space. Poetic space does not re-present anything but offers a way to describe space that is alive.Book Description: Reading with John Clare argues that at the heart of contemporary biopolitical thinking is an insistent repression of poetry.
By returning to the moment at which biopolitics is said to emerge simultaneously with romanticism, this project renews our understanding of the operations of contemporary politics and its relation to aesthetics across two centuries.