Dispatches from a Time Between Worlds

Crisis and emergence in metamodernity

Author(s): Edited by Jonathan Rowson & Layman Pascal
ISBN13/Barcode: 9781999836801

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This anthology (the first in a series) is an attempt to help us perceive our context with an exploration of the premise, coherence and scope of the ‘metamodern’ sensibility: a structure of feeling, cultural ethos, epistemic orientation and imaginative outlook that has arisen over the last two decades. Leading metamodern thinkers reflect upon the conjunction of premodern, modern and postmodern influences on the present, and go beyond critique into vision and method for viable and desirable futures. The authors aim to open a new set of pathways to enhance our sense of agency in this time between worlds, where our world system is dying and another is about to be born. Authors include: Authors include Jonathan Rowson (ed), Layman Pascal (ed), Zak Stein, Bonnitta Roy, Daniel Gortz, Lene Rachel Andersen, Sarah Stein Lubrano, Minna Salami, John Vervaeke & Christopher Mastropietro, Tom Murray, Mark Vernon & Jonathan Jong, Siva Thambisetty, Jeremy Johnson & Brent Cooper.

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ISBN13/Barcode 9781999836801
ISBN10 1999836804
Author Edited by Jonathan Rowson & Layman Pascal
Binding Paperback
Date Published 30 Jun 2021
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 325
Publisher Perspectiva Press

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