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  1. Mar 2020
  2. Feb 2020
    1. be terribly self-conscious.

      A characteristic of Post-Modernism . . .

    2. The apotheosis of the pop in postwar art marked a whole new marriage between high and low culture.

      Which is post-modernism.

      They no longer "quote" such "texts" as a Joyce might have done, or a Mahler; they incorporate them, to the point where the line between high-art and commercial forms seems increasingly difficult to draw. Frederic Jameson. "Postmodernism and Consumer Society"

    1. The apotheosis of the pop in postwar art marked a whole new marriage between high and low culture.

      Which is post-modernism.

      They no longer "quote" such "texts" as a Joyce might have done, or a Mahler; they incorporate them, to the point where the line between high-art and commercial forms seems increasingly difficult to draw. https://art.ucsc.edu/sites/default/files/Jameson_Postmodernism_and_Consumer_Society.pdf

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  3. Apr 2017
    1. Fredric Jameson describes his experience and frustration with the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles

      I read through the next few paragraphs and struggled to understand the point they were making with these examples. I wanted more context, which I found helped a great deal in understanding the point being made here, so I thought you folks might appreciate that, as well. Here is the hotel:

      And here is an excerpt from the aforementioned text in which Jameson discusses the hotel. Important points are helpfully in red: https://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~janzb/courses/hum3930b/jameson1.htm

  4. Jul 2016
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    1. howtodevelopanationalpoliticalmovementonthebasisofacitystra-tegyandpolitics.

      Byron Hawk discusses this.

    2. Ihavetriedtosuggestthatthethreehistoricalstagesofcapitalhave eachgeneratedatypeofspaceuniquetoit,eventhoughthesethreestagesofcapitalistspaceareob-viouslyfarmore profoundlyinterrelatedthanarethespacesofothermodesofproduction.

      3 stages of capital, each with its own space.