miércoles, 21 de septiembre de 2011

A Poetics of Teaching

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1 A Poetics of Teaching A Poetics of Teaching
Alessandro Ferrara 2009
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2 Opening the closed text: the poetics of representations of teaching Opening the closed text: the poetics of representations of teaching
Michael Kevin Weiss 2011
I provide an analysis of the uses of representations of teaching by embedding such representations within Umberto Eco’s theory of the open work, in which literary works are understood not as carriers of a string of meanings, controlled by the author (“closed works”), but rather as fields of meaning. I contend that the well-established tradition of using representations of teaching for pedagogical purposes corresponds to the use of closed works. ...
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3 The Poetics of Medicine The Poetics of Medicine
L. A. Rebhun 2007
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4 The Poetics of Purpose The Poetics of Purpose
Victoria N. Alex;er 2009
Hackles have been raised in biosemiotic circles by T. L. Short’s assertion that semiosis, as defined by Peirce, entails “acting for purposes” and therefore is not found below the level of the organism (2007a:174–177). This paper examines Short’s teleology and theory of purposeful behavior and offers a remedy to the disagreement. Remediation becomes possible when the issue is reframed in the terms of the complexity sciences, which allows intentional...
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5 The poetics of babytalk The poetics of babytalk
David S. Miall;Ellen Dissanayake 3
Caretaker-infant attachment is a complex but well-recognized adaptation in humans. An early instance of (or precursor to) attachment behavior is the dyadic interaction between adults and infants of 6 to 24 weeks, commonly called "babytalk." Detailed analysis of 1 minute of spontaneous babytalk with an 8-week infant shows that the poetic texture of the mother’s speech—specifically its use of metrics, phonetics, and foregrounding—helps to shape and dire...
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6 Sympathy and Insight in Aristotle's Poetics Sympathy and Insight in Aristotle's Poetics
J.R. Hagler 2008
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7 The Poetics of Silence in Maria Chapdelaine The Poetics of Silence in Maria Chapdelaine
Sudarsan Rangarajan 0
Situated in rural Quebec in the early twentieth century, Louis Hémon’s Maria Chapdelaine is a narrative of consciousness in which descriptions abound and dialogues are scarce. This essay examines the various elements that constitute narrative silence in the novel: description of space and nature, psycho-narration, visual communication, and the relationship between death and silence. Also discussed are the difference between the narrator’s and the protagonist&...
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8 A Distant Laughter: The Poetics of Dislocation A Distant Laughter: The Poetics of Dislocation
Jean Fisher 0
The subject of this essay began 25 years ago with a somewhat na?ve curiosity about the centrality of the operations of language in the art practices of certain artists emerging from a traumatic history of colonialism. To be sure, by the late 1970s, the play between image and word in artworks had become common practice following its reintroduction by Pop art and Conceptualism. But for the culturally dislocated subject there seemed to be rather more at stake pol...
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9 Poetics of performative space Poetics of performative space
Sha Xin Wei 0
The TGarden is a genre of responsive environment in which actor–spectators shape dense media sensitive to their movements. These dense fields of light, sound, and material also evolve according to their own composed dynamics, so the agency is distributed throughout the multiple media. These TGardens explore open-ended questions like the following: what makes some time-based, responsive environments compelling, and others flat? How can people improvise gestures wi...
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10 Poetics of Migration # 1 Poetics of Migration # 1
Phillip George 2004
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11 DERRIDA'S POETICS: A REPORT TO THE MUSES DERRIDA'S POETICS: A REPORT TO THE MUSES
NATALIE CARROLL, RABI MOHTAR and LARRY J. SEGERLIND 2010
V. Tejera (Ph. D. Columbia) is Professor of Philosophy & Comparative Literature, S. U. N. Y. at Stony Brook. His more recent books include Plato's Dialogues One By One and The City-State Foundations of Western Political Thought (1984), Nietzsche and Greek Thought (1987), and Semiotics From Peirce to Barthes (1988).
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12 Phronesis, Poetics, and Moral Creativity Phronesis, Poetics, and Moral Creativity
John Wall 2003
At least since Aristotle, phronesis (practical wisdom) and poetics (making or creating) have been understood as essentially different activities, one moral the other (in itself) non-moral. Today, if anything, this distinction is sharpened by a Romantic association of poetics with inner subjective expression. Recent revivals of Aristotelian ethics sometimes allow for poetic dimensions of ethics, but these are still separated from practical wisdom per se. Through a fresh reading of phronesis in th...
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13 On the Authority of Aristotle's Poetics On the Authority of Aristotle's Poetics
Péter Hajdu 2000
Aristotle's Poetics has a special prestige. Its statements are rarely rejected, but usually reinterpreted to harmonize with recent views. It is, however, not at all insignificant how just or justifiable the strategies are one uses in one's argumentation. After discussing shortly Frye's concepts of dianoia, melos, and opsis as an example rather easy to catch of manipulating with Aristotle's authority, I will analyse Ricoeur's comments on metaphor and Genette's critique ...
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14 A POETICS OF SECOND-LANGUAGE ACQUISITION† A POETICS OF SECOND-LANGUAGE ACQUISITION†
Betty Wehtje Winslow 2006
Today there are many approaches to the study of second-language acquisition (SLA), but the variety is superficial and misleading, for it disguises an underlying research ideal the controlled experiment. We can, in other words, scientifically “know” facts about SLA only after a controlled experiment replicates and cross validates, these facts. This ideal method is part of the nomothetic tradition of science, tradition which subordinates and ultimately excludes a hermeneutic mode of in...
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15 Epicureanism and the poetics of consumption Epicureanism and the poetics of consumption
Wood, Dawn 2010
Consumption, `to use up, to destroy', is a dirty word. It conjures piles of rubbish; it suggests an extravagant attitude. We, each one of us hoping to be a unique, careful individual, can feel offended at being referred to as `the consumer'. Yet, `to consume' is not only a human activity, it is one of the fundamental processes of nature, a natural aspect of the creative process. In this paper, I will emphasize connections between the creative research process, poetics and consumerism. I suggest ...
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16 4. A Poetics of Itinerancy 4. A Poetics of Itinerancy
Grammer, Elizabeth Elkin 2003
To a large degree, these female evangelists composed their autobiographies by addition, writing what literary scholars have variously called “and then” narratives or travelogues, being unable or unwilling to prioritize and edit a lifetime of activity. “Ordained” by God and serving as his “mouthpiece,” they may well have found it advantageous to be “invisible” narrators, and writing in a century in which women were constrained in the literary marketplace, t...
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17 A New Global Poetics? A New Global Poetics?
Anat Ruangrassamee, Weerasit Srisamai and Panitan Lukkunaprasit 2009
The review article considers the last dozen years’ worth of arguments for de-emphasizing national boundaries in the writing/reading of new poetries. It considers the ways in which such arguments illuminate and are illuminated by debates about the future of comparative literature in general, as well as by trends in literary theory (from Hardt and Negri's Empire to Slavoj Žižek's In Defense of Lost Causes). The piece moves in anecdotal fashion, charting my own recent invitation t...
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18 Fractal poetics: adaptation and complexity Fractal poetics: adaptation and complexity
Fulton, Alice 2005
In the 1980s, American poets argued over the validity of free verse. One vocal faction claimed that vers libre was formless and lacking in the devices of poetry. In this context I elaborated a poetics I called 'fractal poetry'. Over the last twenty years this poetics has evolved through engagement with complexity studies that provide ways of understanding irregular, chaotic or turbulent systems. The writings of John H. Holland offer examples of open, exploratory and inclusive complex adaptive sy...
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19 Organizing Narratives/Codes/ Poetics Organizing Narratives/Codes/ Poetics
Leonard C. Hawes 1991
Given the dynamic structure of corporate conflict betweenengineering and sales, how can those two dissimilar realities be managedsuch that change is possible? The network of assumptions that iseach of these realities is not immediately accessible to the“other”; such assumptive networks are coded through itsmembers and located in silence. The trick in managing any organisationalchange effort is to interrogate those realities in ways that require itsmembers to respond self-reflectively with narrat
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20 The Everyday Poetics Of a Digital Bauhaus The Everyday Poetics Of a Digital Bauhaus
Thomas Binder, Jonas Löwgren;Lone Malmborg 0
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21 Poetics and world literature Poetics and world literature
Longxi Zhang 0
What happens when we consider “poetics,” a term and concept well-known from Aristotle’s philosophical treatment of Greek epic and tragic drama, in the larger context of world literature as we understand it today? What would be the essential elements in the definition of poetics? What sort of critical issues it can address, and what resources it may draw on in the world’s various literary traditions? In the ancient world, East Asia and Sout...
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22 LEOPARDI AND THE POETICS OF TRANSLATION LEOPARDI AND THE POETICS OF TRANSLATION
Wolfgang O. WEISCHET and Kasper KIRSCHNER 2011
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23 The “gaps” of the western mind and modern poetics The “gaps” of the western mind and modern poetics
Lóránt Kabdebó 2007
As early as at the beginning of the nineteenth century western philosophy in general and the work of Schopenhauer in particular indicated the need to assimilate the results of eastern thinking into western philosophy. Although the most important philosophers of the first half of the twentieth century did not choose to continue to proceed accordingly, the representatives of natural sciences and poetry were all the more eager to elaborate on the new insight. Among them t...
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24 Humanity/Humanities: Decolonization and the Poetics of Relation Humanity/Humanities: Decolonization and the Poetics of Relation
Natalie Melas 1999
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25 The Poetics of Science in, and around, Nabokov's The Gift The Poetics of Science in, and around, Nabokov's The Gift
John Fortney 2003
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26 On the conception of xingqing in the poetics of Yuan dynasty On the conception of xingqing in the poetics of Yuan dynasty
Hongde Zha 9
Yinyong xingqing 吟咏性情 (to express one’s state of mind by poetry) is a long-standing theme in Chinese poetics and a notion with diverse understanding. Although the term xingqing developed into an essential concept that was commonly adopted in poetic criticism during the Yuan dynasty, different critics have used the term in different senses. Of the various interpretations, two major views remain valuable in the history of thought on Chin...
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27 The Book of Desire: Toward a Biological Poetics The Book of Desire: Toward a Biological Poetics
Andreas Weber 10
In this chapter I propose to understand the current paradigm shift in biology as the origination of a biology of subjects. A description of living beings as experiencing selves has the potential to transform the current mechanistic approach of biology into an embodied-hermeneutic one, culminating in a poetics of nature. We are at the right moment for that: The findings of complex systems research, autopoiesis theory, and evolutionary developmental biology are converging i...
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28 On the Poetics of Cinema in the Light of the Present Culture On the Poetics of Cinema in the Light of the Present Culture
Victor G. Rivas López 0
This paper deals with the subject enunciated in the title thereof according to a ground thesis: that cinema stands for the symbolic framework of the social coexistence insomuch as it (independently of the existence of the so-called “art cinema”) is essentially a mass spectacle whose main function is to level down the differences of the individual sensibility and allow to perceive the world of objects and functions wherein average existence unfolds ...
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29 A Preliminary Poetics for Interactive Drama and Games A Preliminary Poetics for Interactive Drama and Games
Michael Mateas 2001
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30 Medical Student Elegies: The Poetics of Caring Medical Student Elegies: The Poetics of Caring
Schuyler W. Henderson 2002
This paper examines three medical student poems about death to explore how medical students use poetry to understand their encounters with dying patients and to discuss how these poems function as elegies in the context of medical culture.
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31 Epilogue Afrodescendente History As/And Transnational Poetics Epilogue Afrodescendente History As/And Transnational Poetics
Callahan, Monique-Adelle 2011
This book maintains that the poetic texts examined here constitute an active process of composing history; they are not simply historicized. They give name to the nation and compose of a historical narrative for its denizens. They are literary artifacts, bearing the vestiges of the past while provoking new interpretations. As visionaries and composers of New World history, Frances Harper, Cristina Ayala and Auta de Souza are a part of a larger process of conceptualizing freedom in the New World....
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32 Toward a Poetics for Collecting Poetry by Women Toward a Poetics for Collecting Poetry by Women
Corri Elizabeth Wells 1993
To a certain extent the history of women's poetry in America is a tale of confinements,” writes Alicia Ostriker in the opening chapter of Stealing the Language: The Emergence of Women's Poetry in America. I would argue that it is less a tale of confinements than a tale still untold. Ostriker's own book on the topic, for instance, covers the entire period of women's poetry from 1650–1960 in a single chapter.
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33 A POETICS OF RECONCILIATION: THE AESTHETIC MEDIATION OF CONFLICT BY A POETICS OF RECONCILIATION: THE AESTHETIC MEDIATION OF CONFLICT BY
Cynthia E. Cohen Cynthia E. Cohen To Ann 1997
to my parents
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34 Muslim Modernity: Poetics, Politics, and Metaphysics Muslim Modernity: Poetics, Politics, and Metaphysics
Masood Ashraf Raja 0
I start with two citations: first from Milestones 1 Sayyid Qutb’s manifesto written in 1964, and the second from The Last Crusade, a book by Michael Palmer, published in the United States in 2007. These are the two extremes that frame. the discussion of Islam in the United States and, to some extent, in the rest of the world. Both these authors, however, share certain striking visions. For Qutb, the nature of Western aggression has changed from the naked fo...
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35 The Poetics of Irony and the Ethnography of Class Culture The Poetics of Irony and the Ethnography of Class Culture
2008
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36 TEACHING TEACHING
Unknown Authors 0
What counts as second language (L2) knowledge, how it is learned, and how what is known about L2 learning informs teaching have been conceptualized in different ways by L2 researchers from different epistemological and ontological perspectives. Within a broadly social perspective, while there is recognition that L2 learning and teaching take place in social context, how social context should be conceptualized and what weight it may bear on learning and teaching are a matter of contention. Indeed
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37 "Teaching it" "Teaching it"
Verdu, Sergio 2007
First Page of the Article
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38 Is IT TEACHING? Is IT TEACHING?
Hsiao L. Chung and Ji#x159;i #x17d;emli#x10d;ka 2010
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39 FROM OBLIVION TO DULNESS: POPE AND THE POETICS OF APPROPRIATION FROM OBLIVION TO DULNESS: POPE AND THE POETICS OF APPROPRIATION
Simon C. Borst, Arumugam Buvaneswari, Lawrence M. Drabeck, Michael J. Flanagan, John M. Graybeal, Ge 2008

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