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by O. B. Hardison

Free eBook Entering the Maze: Identity and Change in Modern Culture download ISBN: 0195029534
Author: O. B. Hardison
Publisher: Oxford University Press; First Edition edition (December 3, 1981)
Language: English
Pages: 304
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Sociology
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identity and change in modern culture. Published 1981 by Oxford University Press in New York.

In a word, Hardison describes the modern scene as a maze, a. .

In a word, Hardison describes the modern scene as a maze, a fascinating but bewildering proliferation of paths, and asserts that at least one thread leading out of the labyrinth is found in what Schiller called ""aesthetic education,"" with its triple values of liberation, play, and community. But the interesting thing about Hardison's apologia for a tough-minded secular humanism is less his rationale than the rich allusiveness of his writing.

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Hardison, English professor (Georgetown), Shakespearean scholar, and amateur physicist, is always entertaining and often thought-provoking, as in Entering the Maze: Identity & Change in Modern Culture (Oxford Univ

Hardison, English professor (Georgetown), Shakespearean scholar, and amateur physicist, is always entertaining and often thought-provoking, as in Entering the Maze: Identity & Change in Modern Culture (Oxford Univ. P. 1981); here, he is very successful at placing the advent of technology within the context of our century. Through witty and elegantly written chapters on art, architecture, music, and poetry, he weaves a cogent and coherent theory on how the world left the domain of philosophers and classical artists and entered that of mathematicians and computer scientists.

His scholarly concerns ranged from Renaissance literature to technology and change in modern society, the subject of his latest book, ''Disappearing Through the Skylight: Culture and Technology in the Twentieth Century'' (Viking, 1989). Founded Theater Group.

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The book, however, also has a sub-title, Culture and Technology in the Twentieth Century. The author is well-known for his profound insights into the change in modern culture brought about by modern science and technology. As the author puts it, This book is about the ways culture has changed in the past century, changing the identities of all those born into it. Its metaphor for the effect of change on culture is disappearance