authorless


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authorless

(ˈɔːθəlɪs)
adj
having no author; anonymous
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These teachers work within decentered, mashed-up, or authorless open forms just as easily as they currently work within closed forms.
If we are to point out our experience, it is in a certain way a new form of subjectivity, which has become utilized in a sense as an authorless experience.
Folk music is essentially authorless and thus the individual becomes insignificant in the holistic rendition of music.
Gitelman, on the other hand, sketches out a history of the document, which she sees as a form of text that is inherently authorless but which, through its essential role in our daily lives and its close connection to copying, manages to embody the modern condition.
Swarna's adaptation of the traditional demonic face invites us into a new context in which we are no longer faced with an anonymous, authorless event, but one that is authored and therefore singular, which allows the pictorial narrative to develop in ways that are unprecedented.
In this project, I wanted to challenge the hegemony of authorless, powerful civic maps through the collaborative creation of performative maps that could disidentify with this civic strategy, and in so doing might positively reorient others to do the same.
However, like other studies of this kind, Whissel's volume has a habit of treating its objects of analysis like authorless artefacts sprung from a conveyer belt--a literal version of the 'factory' part of the Hollywood Dream Factory, or a Jungian collective unconscious--as opposed to the works of individual artists and artisans.
Accepting finally that a nonsyntactical, entirely random, and authorless text was a clear impossibility, Mac Low produced The Stein Poems as a culmination of a lifetime of experimentation with all three terms.
What the Rawlsian theory of justice fails to take into account is the way the state is crafting and encouraging values, which become authorless.
He had grown used to thinking of himself as a prominent spokesperson for nature, and he was now asked to adopt an authorless voice more befitting the needs of the documentary genre.
For if it is authority that even the poorest wretch possesses for the living around him in dying, and if it is this authority that stands "[a]m Ursprung des Erzahlten," it is one that is ultimately groundless, authorless and anything but a possession--at least in the sense of being properly and legitimately one's own.
Placing this body of untitled, authorless, and often textually unstable vernacular recipes at the center, she shows that the original reception of the poems as a corpus, once unearthed from the manuscript record, offers a unique perspective on historical conceptions of language and literature, authorship and authority, natural philosophy, and craft knowledge.