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by Corey Anton

eBook Selfhood and Authenticity download ISBN: 0791448991
Author: Corey Anton
Publisher: SUNY Press (February 22, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1650 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Philosophy

SUNY Press - 181 pages.

SUNY Press - 181 pages. Drawing upon numerous influential thinkers of the twentieth century, including Heidegger, Bakhtin, Merleau-Ponty, Sartre, Goffman, Schrag, and Taylor, Selfhood and Authenticity articulates the phenomenological constitution by which social construction is a real possibility.

Corey Anton is quickly becoming a major voice in the developing interdisciplinary field of communication and philosophy. Selfhood and Authenticity explores the landscape marked out in his investigations with a combined theoretical incisiveness and praxis-oriented understanding. It makes a very important contribution to the existing literature in the field. -Calvin O. Schrag, author of The Self after Postmodernity. Corey Anton's creative utilization of phenomenologies of embodiment as a basis for a communicative self is accentuated by a clear command of phenomenological literature.

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Drawing upon numerous influential thinkers of the twentieth century, including Heidegger, Bakhtin, Merleau-Ponty, Sartre, Goffman, Schrag, and Taylor, Selfhood and Authenticity articulates the phenomenological constitution by which social construction is a real possibility.

1, 2001, Corey Anton and others published Selfhood and Authenticity. Selfhood and Authenticity. Book · January 2001 with 10 Reads. This book explores ten ways to develop fourth wave GT that is grounded and theory.

Selfhood and Authenticity. How we measure 'reads'. 1st wave GT commits inductive fallacy inference, 2nd wave GT bandaids it with positivistic content coding. 3rd wave GT turns to social constructivism, but this leaves out the materiality and ecology of existence. Winner of the Media Ecology Association’s 2004 Erving Goffman Award. Corey Anton is quickly becoming a major voice in the developing interdisciplinary field of communication and philosophy

Selfhood and Authenticity. Corey Anton is quickly becoming a major voice in the developing interdisciplinary field of communication and philosophy. Calvin O.

My books include Selfhood and Authenticity (SUNY Press), the Sources of Significance: Worldly . Corey Anton is quickly becoming a major voice in the developing interdisciplinary field of communication and philosophy

Corey Anton is quickly becoming a major voice in the developing interdisciplinary field of communication and philosophy. This paper addresses the ntational dichotomy presented in John Stewart's two recent books. Who said what: Subject positions, rhetorical strategies and good faith. Corey Anton, Valerie V. Peterson. The first part of this paper briefly sketches out the idea of subject position by advancing two general types of subject position, showing how they differ and overlap. The second part discusse. More).

Explores the notion of selfhood in the wake of the post-structuralist debates.
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Redfury
Garden variety studies of communication take the concept of "self" and the relationship between "self" and "other" for granted, and proceed as if these concepts require no further deliberation. Yet surely the well-being of (serious) communication study requires the continual problematizing of these commonsense concepts. Anton's book does just that. Thankfully, he turns his attention to the communicative constitution of selfhood and, in so doing, he provides a rigorous and much-needed foundation for social constructionist perspectives on the subject, and indirectly addresses Ian Hacking's perceptive criticism of social constructionism in the process. Most revelatory and intriguing is his chapter on the relationship between temporality and selfhood (chapter 5). The sociologists, Zygmunt Bauman and Harry Redner have lamented the constriction of time in our everyday lives, contending that time has been all but "flattened" out of existence. Anton brings Martin Heidegger's work to life and, in so doing, proposes a corrective to this "flattening" by reminding us that "the past" and "the future" are concepts, and that "grave consequences" result from the way we talk about time. His corrective is highly provocative yet, at the same time, elegantly practical. For those who take communication study seriously, this superb book is a must read. To reiterate: I recommend this award-winning book only for those who take communication study seriously.
Arador
In Selfhood and Authenticity, Corey Anton argues that the self is radically more than a thing, a mere object that occupies Euclidian space and linear time. For Anton, the self is constituted through four distinct yet irreducibly related modalities: embodiment, sociality, sonorousness, and temporality.
Succumbing neither to overly rigid and totalizing conceptions of the modern self, nor to ever evasive and nihilistic postmodern perspectives, Anton carves out a space for the self that responsibly situates individuals within the driver's seat of being. A must read for anyone interested in an ethics of selfhood.
Small Black
This book has given me a great deal of insight into my personal life. It is very interesting and kept my interest throughout the entire book. And he is sooooooo cute!!!!!!!!
Itiannta
It was tedious read for sure.I would not reccomend it for anyone who is really awake on a spiritual level.I like the work of Michael Tsarion,who actually is a good looker.To the reviewer who said this guy is cute(The author's mom prolly)Check your prescription glasses.Egads.