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6 edition of The Rhetoric of Immediacy found in the catalog.

The Rhetoric of Immediacy

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Published by Princeton University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zen Buddhism,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - World Religions,
  • Buddhism - General,
  • Zen,
  • Asian and Asian American Studies,
  • Mind, Body, Spirit,
  • Philosophy-Eastern - Zen,
  • Religion / Buddhism,
  • Rhetoric,
  • Eastern - Zen

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7756834M
    ISBN 100691029636
    ISBN 109780691029634

    These new possibilities include the extension of our nervous system across space and time. Douglass often uses irony to reveal the flaws in the logic of slavery. In examining hypermediacy, we will show how digital multimedia adapt strategies from modernist painting and earlier forms. Del Gandio defines language and then details the steps involved in using clear, understandable, politically correct and, above all, exciting language. We will then be in a position to explore more fully the curious reciprocal logic of our third trait, remediation itself.

    Marketing depends on me enjoying and using that mediation so that I will be led down a sometimes lengthy trail of clicking through different recommended items and stores. Many critics of this school feel that this represented a reintroduction of Marx's ideas about mediation, or media as purveyors of a dominant ideology that destroyed the possibility that audiences for mass media were able to work against these ruling ideas. It is a self-referentiality of the visual and has become so pervasive that we see it as the theme of films like Last Action Hero ; Dir. Join this club to meet new people and learn about the campus!

    The example Bolter and Grusin provide is a standard desktop interface with multiple windows open. They are written in French and have unfortunately been largely neglected in the Untied States. It does get a bit cerebral and academic in places—in demonstrating how the book builds on the previous literature—but this material is kept to a minimum. Radio changed the form of the news story as much as it altered the film image in the talkies. Douglass often uses irony to reveal the flaws in the logic of slavery.


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The Rhetoric of Immediacy book

The validation of the concept of remediation — "the representation of one medium in another" [14] — is a principal aim of the book, in order to illustrate how new and old media forms continually inform one another.

Objections to marking up a book: Adler addresses various good and bad reasons why readers rightly and wrongly resist marking up books - Good reasons: see Adler - and suggests practical alternatives for "die-hard and anti-book-marker" readers Bolter and Grusin assert that "instead of trying to be in the presence of the objects of representation, the subject now defines immediacy as being in the presence of media".

Mediation (Marxist theory and media studies)

His analysis of the manipulation of mummies and portraits reveals that Zen's celebrated iconoclasm was far from complete; even those who burned statues did so under the watchful eyes of their revered Zen ancestors.

Second, it is conceived in a style that owes as much to Pierre Bourdieu, Michel de Certeau, and Jacques Derrida as to any figure within the tradition itself.

As McChesney says: The corporate domination of both the media system and the policy-making process that establishes and sustains it causes serious problems for a functioning democracy and a healthy culture. For example, you must keep your speech light on numbers and facts, and cover only as many points as necessary.

See Rhetoric Question 1 Muller 46 : you definitely get the feeling that Adler is passionate about his topic and about his own books. Here Faure succeeds in exhuming the uses of death in Chan, thus forcing us to reevaluate the "funerary Zen" of late medieval Japan as a natural evolution rather than a basic change or debasement.

Though the influence on media studies remains, later thinkers have criticized this emphasis on structure over agencybecause it neglects the ability of audiences of this media to question the prevailing notions represented. By using kairos as a guiding principle for your own texts, you can bring interest and timeliness to your writing projects.

Importantly, however, he had vastly complicated the ways that later Marxists would think about mediation: as a means of persuasion utilized by the ruling classes, rather than as complete control of the available ideas within a given culture ideology.

The reward: books thus actively read, lovingly marked up, and absorbed become "as much a part of you as your head or your head" Adler By claiming that the "medium is the message", McLuhan means that "the personal and social consequences of any medium—that is, of any extension of ourselves—result from the new scale that is introduced into our affairs by each extension of ourselves, or by any new technology" p.

But a good way to think about kairos is to consider how rhetors try to persuade audiences based on unique timing and current events.

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Douglass often uses irony to reveal the flaws in the logic of slavery. Cambridge University Press, The Internet and the Public Sphere "While the internet does not, in itself, constitute a public sphere, its potential for point-to-point communication, worldwide access, immediacy, and distribution facilitate offline and online protests and participation by widely distributed groups.

It is understood that most of your citations will be from the primary reading identified in your MLA Style Bibliographical Entry; however, if and when you cite something from the header note preceding the reading, you should identify Muller as the author, as well as the page number.

Kairos is crafting serendipity, like when the sun comes out at the end of a romantic comedy after all the conflicts have been resolved. Mass media and the culture industry[ edit ] There is another sense in which media theorists look at this question, too, and that is by looking at the " mass media " as a whole.

Media continues to "function in a constant dialectic with earlier media" [24] forms, where both old and new are able to impact on one another regardless of which came first. Kairos means taking advantage of or even creating a perfect moment to deliver a particular message.

Cambridge: MIT Press, It is a consequence of what Kenneth Burke calls "naive verbal realism" whereby the symbol is simply perceived to be a window to the real. As Deepa Kumar puts it, regarding aspects of Marxist theory such as dialectical materialism : the method of analysis developed by Marx and Engels, is more relevant to media and cultural studies scholarship today for at least two reasons: the crisis of neoliberalism and the collapse of Stalinism….

Despite the fact that all media depend on other media in cycles of remediation, our culture still needs to acknowledge that all media remediate the real. Consider the order and timing of your text.Dec 04,  · The Rhetoric of Immediacy by Bernard Faure,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(23).

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Rhetoric of Immediacy: A Cultural Critique of Chan/Zen Buddhism at atlasbowling.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(2). Bernard Faure, Kao Professor in Japanese Religion, received his Ph.D.

(Doctorat d’Etat) from Paris University (). He is interested in various aspects of East Asian Buddhism, with an emphasis on Chan/Zen and Tantric or esoteric Buddhism.

In rhetoric, the public sphere is a physical or (more commonly) virtual place where citizens exchange ideas, information, attitudes, and opinions.

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German sociologist Jürgen Habermas is credited with popularizing the term in his book The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere worldwide access, immediacy, and distribution.

This book successfully crosses the boundary from medieval scholarship to broader, comparative issues in literary and cultural studies, and makes a powerful case for the continuing importance of the Western tradition of rhetoric in contemporary cultural life."-Andrew Cowell, The Comparatist, "This important new study returns to the topics of.

Bernard Faure’s research treats various aspects of East Asian Buddhism, with an emphasis on Chan/Zen and Tantric or esoteric Buddhism. His work, influenced by anthropological history and cultural theory, has focused on topics such as the construction of orthodoxy and heterodoxy, the Buddhist cult of relics, iconography, sexuality and gender.