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Deconstructing the Saussurean System of Signification

Miyagi Satoshi and His Mimetic Dramaturgy in Miyagi-Noh Othello

Tomoka Tsukamoto and Ted Motohashi

productions It is commonly argued that in Shakespeare's plays created at the threshold of European modernity, there are problematic interactions between the macrocosmic views exemplified in the classical Greek drama and the microcosmic views expressed by

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Victor Jeleniewski Seidler

learn to disavow and so disconnect from the past. This is why Freud, speaking out of Jewish tradition, was so challenging to vital aspects in European modernity and its self-conception of the rational self in his awareness of the significance of giving

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Afterword

After the commons—commoning!

Don Kalb

) twentieth-century “European modernity”: the modernity of the social democratic state-organized urban commons. That modernity is now definitely over, even while some of its remnants will be lingering for a long while and might even sometimes be cherished as

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Boris Maslov

's interest in the political and social history of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to the kind of conceptual longue durée explored by Hans Blumenberg in his inquiry into European modernity's “work on myth.” 7 Essentially conservative, genres, in

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Jan Ifversen

for the emergence of European modernity—or at least for Western European modernity—and that he named Sattelzeit (saddle time), using one of his beloved geological metaphors to master temporal change. We do not know yet how future generations of time

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Victor Jeleniewski Seidler

universalism that marked European modernities as, in part at least, secularized versions of dominant Christianities, had already been questioned by Moses Hess, who was questioning Marx directly in Rome and Jerusalem , 9 as were Buber, Rosenzweig, Scholem

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Graham Holderness

staged overwhelmingly through the racial relationship between the two protagonists, Othello and Iago, at the expense of another protagonist, Desdemona, partly because of the prominence of racial and military perspectives in European modernity, and partly

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Brand of Brothers?

The Humboldt Forum and the Myths of Innocence

Jonathan Bach

destroyed by European modernity. 18 This leads to a pointed contradiction: through the dichotomous conceptualization of the “non-European” and of the now abandoned tag line “dialogue of cultures,” the Forum continues to echo the very Eurocentrism that it

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Mara Viveros Vigoya

). Europe, Modernity, Eurocentrism . Nepantla : Views from the South 1 ( 3 ). Dussel , E. ( 2003 ). World system and ‘trans’-Modernity . Nepantla : Views from the South 3 ( 2 ). Essed , P. ( 1991 ). Understanding Everyday Racism: An

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European Bodies

Who Embodies europe? Explorations into the Construction of european Bodies

Anika Keinz and Paweł Lewicki

the modern nation and modern europe. Ann Laura Stoler (2002) shows how mid-nineteenth-century tensions around race in european colonies merge with those of class in the metropole, stipulating formations of the european bourgeois’ body and european