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Literature and the political imagination

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and literature.,
  • Literature and morals.,
  • Political science.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by John Horton and Andrea T. Baumeister.
    ContributionsHorton, John, 1951-, Baumeister, Andrea, 1962-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN51 .L525 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 260 p. ;
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL799655M
    ISBN 100415129141, 041512915X
    LC Control Number95035921

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Life, literature and ethical theory: Martha Nussbaum on the role of the literary imagination in ethical thought \/ John Horton -- 5. Modes of political imagining \/ Martin Warner -- 6.

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Baumeister, John Horton. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Cited by: 1. Book Description. This volume shows how modern political theory can be enriched through an engagement with works of literature. It uses the resources of literature to explore issues such as nationalism, liberal philosophy, utopiansim, narrative and the role of theory in political thought.

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Baumeister, John Horton. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Author: Susan Mendus. A comprehensive theory of political imagination needs to account for both sides and, in doing so, recognise the strong ethical dimension situated at the very core of this concept.

If political imagination deals with otherness then it cannot but ultimately deal with values and the moral dilemmas that mark Self – Other relations. Our literature choices shouldn’t be confined by categories and comparison.

We should consider what sustains us, what brings life and hope, what bears fruit in us. Literature can inspire virtue and dispel fear, and Francesco Petrarch would call us to absorb the “precious treasure of learning” through a full feast of literature (essay by Christine Norvell).

Edited Book. Literature and the Political Imagination. Details; People (1) Citation Baumeister A & Horton J (eds.) () Literature and the Political Imagination. London: Routledge. Abstract This volume shows how modern political theory can be enriched through an engagement with works of literature.

It uses the resources of literature to. Table of Contents. 1: From imagination to the imaginary and beyond: towards a theory of imaginal politics, CHIARA BOTTICI AND BENOÎT CHALLAND; 2: Politics at its best: reasons that move the imagination, ALESSANDRO FERRARA ; 3: The politics of imagination: Spinoza and the origins of critical theory, THOMAS HIPPLER; 4: From soul to mind: psychology and political imagination.

Life, literature and ethical theory: Martha Nussbaum on the role of the literary imagination in ethical thought \/ John Horton -- 5. Modes of political imagining \/ Martin Warner -- 6. Literature and moral choice \/ Anthony Arblaster -- 7. The aloofness of liberal politics: can imaginative literature furnish a private space.

\/ Paul Seabright. The Liberal Imagination is one of the most admired and influential works of criticism of the last century, a work that is not only a masterpiece of literary criticism but an important statement about politics and society.

Published inone of the chillier moments of the Cold War, Trilling’s essays examine the promise —and limits—of liberalism, challenging the complacency of a naïve /5(5).

By Yong Jie. “Literature is necessary to politics above all when it gives a voice to the one who doesn’t have a voice, when it gives a name to the one who doesn’t have a name, and especially to all that political language excludes or tends to exclude Literature is like a ear that can hear more than Politics; Literature is like an eye that can perceive beyond the chromatic scale to.

Literature is a term used to describe written and sometimes spoken material. Derived from the Latin word literature meaning "writing formed with letters," literature most commonly refers to works of the creative imagination, including poetry, drama, fiction, nonfiction, and in some instances, journalism, and song.

The Liberal Imagination is one of the most admired and influential works of criticism of the last century, a work that is not only a masterpiece of literary criticism but an important statement about politics and society.

Published inone of the chillier moments of the Cold War, Trilling’s essays examine the promise —and limits—of liberalism, challenging the complacency of a naïve Reviews:   This article considers the relationship between literature and politics. It focuses on the idea that literary form itself is political and investigates claims that literature can criticize and alter political belief by being experienced in terms of its form.

It discusses the view of Theodor Adorno on this issue and suggests that the idea that there is an important connection between formal. Books shelved as political-literature: by George Orwell, The Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, Estado.

The Liberal Imagination is one of the most admired and influential works of criticism of the last century, a work that is not only a masterpiece of literary criticism but an important statement about politics and society.

Published inone of the chillier moments of the Cold War, Trilling's essays examine the promise—and limits—of liberalism, challenging the complacen4/5(25).In politics, utopians do not have a monopoly on imagination.

Even the most conservative defenses of the status quo, Raymond Geuss argues, require imaginative acts of some kind. In this collection of recent essays, including his most overtly political writing yet, Geuss explores the role of imagination in politics, particularly how imaginative.Imagination in the political program.

Imagination, just like creativity, are people’s ways of transcending reality. Kant was the one to unite the issue of imagination and human agency or spontaneity, in terms of the theoretical, practical and creative mind.