Cultural Theory: The Key Thinkers

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INDEX
Note: Page numbering in bold type indicates the subject's main entry.
a
abjection 125
aboriginal societies 64
Abraham, Karl 128
'Absolute' conception 20
acceptance 70
Addison, Joseph 107
Adler, Alfred 77-8 , 119
Adorno, Theodor W. 1-3 , 71 , 93 , 95, 102 , 116 , 118 , 172 , 199 , 224 ;
Marxism 1 , 144
advantage 192
aestheticism 13
aesthetics 2 , 3 , 103 , 158 , 165 , 204 ;
Hegel's 143 ;
Kantian 31 , 120 ;
Marxist 26
Africa 115 , 206 , 218
Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia 7
alienation 34 , 143 , 154 ;
self 70
allegory 26 , 27 , 93
alterity 140
Althusser, Louis 4-5 , 30 , 72 , 92 , 164 , 226
ambiguity 50 , 160 ;
moral 218
anarchy 13
anger 216
animals 220
Année Sociologique60-1
annihilation 138
anthropology 23 , 36 , 84 , 140 ;
cultural 61 , 82-3 , 141
anti-representationalists 196 , 197
antisocial behaviour 162
anxiety 218 , 222 ;
of beginning 199
Apollonians 23 , 24 , 165
appearance 50 , 167 , 186
approval 107
Aquinas, St Thomas 11 , 189
Archimedes 28
architecture 131 , 165 , 223
Arendt, Hannah 5-7
aristocracy 13 , 161
Aristotle 7-12 , 32 , 46 , 64 , 146 , 173 , 174 , 184 , 189 , 194 , 204
Arnold, Matthew 12-14 , 100 , 165
art 19 , 26-7 , 29 , 30 , 33 ;
Adorno and 2-3 , 95 ;
Danto and 95-6 ;
fundamental value of 152 ;
Hegel and 95 ;
Hume's philosophy of 107 ;
incorporated into capitalism 117 ;
interpretations 217-18 ;
Marx on 156 ;
Nietzsche on 165-6 ;
postmodern 118 ;
reproducing and juxtaposing diverse works 150-1 ;
see also Goya;
Hals;
Klee;
Manet;
Picasso;
Rembrandt
asceticism 9
'assemblages' 39 , 40
assimilation 6 , 16 , 70 , 126
assumptions 90 , 101 , 113-14 , 125 , 214 ;
metaphysical 145 ;
unquestioned 132
Atget, Eugene 26
atomic facts 227
Austen, Jane 206
Austin, J. L. 45
Australia 24 , 64
authenticity 98
authoritarianism 40 , 41 , 42 , 92 , 172
authority 224

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • Glossary 231
  • Bibliography 239
  • Index 277
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