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Title: Reinterpreting the Anthropocene: Towards an Ecocentric Worldview
Authors: Tan, Cenk
Keywords: Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulucene, Plantationocene, Ecology, Ecosystem
Publisher: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield)
Source: Tan, C. (2022). Reinterpreting the Anthropocene: Towards an Ecocentric Worldview. In Post-Theories in Literary and Cultural Studies (1st ed., pp. 113-124). Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield).
Abstract: Post-Theories in Literary and Cultural Studies focuses on the shifting paradigms in literary and cultural studies. Prompted by the changes and problems on the global scale, the last two decades have seen a resurgence of scholarly interest in theories which are more embedded in the social realities and human condition. This volume shows that theory can reinvent theory and re-define criticism according to the demands of the new millennium. In this context, it examines new ways of considering the relation of post-theory to the concepts such as ethics, aesthetics, truth, value, authenticity, human, and reality to understand the mindset of the new century. This volume presents the various suggestions and concerns of post-theoretical studies that reflect the sensibilities of the contemporary social and cultural life. The book is a source of reference to develop an understanding of this change of attitude in post-theoretical studies towards a more directly and sincerely responsive approach to the current problems worldwide, their representations in literature and language, reflections in theory, roots in socio-political domains, and effects on the material reality.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11499/39719
ISBN: 978-1-66691-387-3
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