Situationist


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Situationist

[sɪtjʊˈeɪʃənɪst] (Philos)
A. ADJsituacionista
B. Nsituacionista mf

Situationist

(Philos)
adjsituationistisch
nSituationist(in) m(f)
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Wire took punk's Situationist opportunities and gave every art school kiddie with Duchampian pretensions a reason to join the pogoing oiks.
Indeed, a 1961 editorial in the Situationist International mocked the Swiss sculptor's kinetic contraption, constructing a less heraldic lineage for Tinguely's work.
In addition to five articles examining Arrighi's 2007 book, the issue also includes an opening article on Marx and the critique of religion; four book review articles discussing recent works on Venezuelan politics, the Situationist International, the social structure of the economy, and international law; and a new entry for the ongoing feature, the Historical-Critical Dictionary of Marxism, on "Capital in General.
It was all about galvanising people, reclaiming the street, and temporary structures, picking up on situationist traditions of the late 1960s.
Damcaniaeth a ddaeth i'r amlwg drwy Ralph Rumney, artist a heddychwr o Newcastle, yw seicoddaearyddiaeth, a'r hyn sy'n wirioneddol ddoniol yw iddo gael ei ddiarddel o'r Situationist International gan un o sylfaenwyr arall y grwep, Guy Debord, am iddo fod yn hwyr yn cyflwyno ei adroddiad ar seicoddaearyddiaeth Venice.
This paper continues a debate among philosophers concerning the implications of situationist experiments in social psychology for the theory of virtue.
It is important not to privilege the "art side" and thereby depoliticize the Situationist International; instead we should attempt to place the group within the historical context it was a part of.
Whether you regard them as a bunch of no-hopers who got lucky, a brilliant Situationist put-on or the greatest rock group there has ever been - or perhaps a combination of all three - there is no doubting their influence on the course of popular music over the past 20 years.
Gallen, Switzerland) presents a biographical exploration, more thematic than chronological, of the life and work of French radical intellectual, writer, and filmmaker Guy Debord (1931-1994), who is perhaps best known for his The Society of The Spectacle, an influence on the Paris 1968 uprisings, and his founding of the Situationist International.
In that instant a Strand paved in horseshit, or the abattoirs of Chicago, become the subject of the richly contrived regret for urban fremissement that so animated the Situationist International; its shade can be felt everywhere in the exhibition.
Among the topics examined are the history of the Radical Caucus of the American Sociological Association, the critical tradition's contribution of class analysis and understandings of imperialism to mainstream sociology, the divide between radical Weberian thought and Marxism, the "color blind" racial politics of the Obama presidency, Obama and US-Latin American relations, racism as justification of imperialism, the value of Guy Debord and the Situationist Movement to a renewed socialism, the critical theory of religion, lingering elements of white supremacy within the quotidian interpersonal interactions of everyday life, Foucauldian understandings of surveillance, and the political economy of school violence in Trinidad.
The Character of Virtue: Answering the Situationist Challenge to Virtue Ethics, DIANA FLEMING