Postmodern Dilemmas: Outrageous Essays in Art & Art Education

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Abbs, Peter: 36
Althusser, Louis: 51, 71, 132
Altieri, Charles: 11
Altman, Robert: 27n23, 32
Anderson Laurie: Americans on the Move (performance), 124
Aristotle: lost comedy, 61, 71; double bind, 64, 235n34
Arnheim, Rudolf: 106
Attali, Jacques: on noise, 10, 54

Baacke, Dieter: media education, 200
Bal, Mieke: 233n32, 238
Barrett, Terry: on photography, 176
Barthes, Roland: on rhetoric of the image, 15, on "death of the author," 92; on énoncé and énonciation distinction, 93n23, on plaisir/jouissance,99, 101; on readerly/writerly texts, 193-194
Battersby, Christine: on beauty in Kant, 164; on genius, 130-131
Baudrillard, Jean: 8, 10, 16, 28, 29n26, 29, 31, 31n29, 39, 41, 50, 52-53; on implosion, 96n27; on simulacrum, 101; simulated reality, 180
Bell, Clive: 172-173, 206
Belting, Hans: end of art history, 84
Benjamin, Andrew: on Kiefer, 164n24
Benjamin, Walter: 68; on reproduction, 96, 128, 147-148, 167-168
Bentham, Jeremy: "feliciphic calculus," 16; panopticon, 16
Berger, John: on envy, 28
Berman, Marshal: 9n5, 166n29
Berman, Morris: 24
Bourdieu, Pierre: 26; on distinction, 137
Braden, Sue: on photography, 175
Breton, André: on surrealist discourse, 94-95
Bryson, Norman: 87n14, 136n15
Buckingham, David: on television, 201
Buck-Morss, Susan: 105
Burden, Chris: on Samson, 155
Bürger, Peter: on aesthetics, 118-119, 154; on the end of art, 170
Burgin, Victor: 61; on work, 144n3; on the art industry, 171; 181n42; on discourse, 190
Burke, Edmund: on sublimity, 187-188, 187n50

Callinicos, Alex: on postmodernism, 154
Carroll, David: on paraesthetics, 96, 111, 171, 199
Cary, Jonathan: 11-15, 17, 39
Clifford, James, and George Marcus: 85
Collins, Jim: 47
Copjec, Joan: 51n61, 211, 238
Crowther, Paul: 159-160; and critique of T. Weiskel, 159nI5, 159-160, 170n34, 172; on Neo-Geo, 186; on sublime, 187-188

Danto, Arthur: on the end of art, 170
Debord, Guy: 17
de Certeau, Michel: strategies/tactics, 197-198
Deleuze, Gilles, and Felix Guattari: 43, 52
Dellamora, Richard: on apocalypse, 9
Derrida, Jacques: 8-9, 10n6, 13, 13n8, 21, 25, 39n50, 54; on logocentrism, 84-85; on différance,85; on deconstruction of Husserl, 86n12; on pure aesthetic experience, 91; on écriture,91; on style, 92; signature event, 95; on graft, 96; on Proper names, 112; on logic of the supplement, 120; on parergon, 157,


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