The Culture of Time and Space, 1880-1918: With a New Preface

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Harvard University Press, 2003 - 372 páginas
Stephen Kern writes about the sweeping changes in technology and culture between 1880 and World War I that created new modes of understanding and experiencing time and space. To mark the book's twentieth anniversary, Kern provides an illuminating new preface about the breakthrough in interpretive approach that has made this a seminal work in interdisciplinary studies.
 

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This could have been a truly impressive book. I have a deep, abiding interest in intellectual history, and the subjects set forth in the title provide a fertile field of interdisciplinary study. The ... Leer comentario completo

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Introduction i
1
The Nature of Time
10
The Past
36
The Present
65
The Future
89
Speed
109
The Nature of Space
131
Form
211
Direction
241
Temporality of
259
The Cubist War
287
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Stephen Kern is Professor of History at Ohio State University.

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