The end of genre : curations and experiments in intentional discourses / Brenton Faber.

This book explores early new critical debates about intention, tracing how and why intention was dismissed across much humanities scholarship, and how it can be revisited and made relevant as a key formative, evaluative, and ethical concept. The author argues that the academic disinterest in intenti...

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Main Author: Faber, Brenton D., 1968- (Author)
Format: Electronic
Language:English
Published: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2022.
Series:Postdisciplinary studies in discourse.
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Table of Contents:
  • Personal intentions, an autobiography
  • Signaling and framing, from interpretation to production
  • Writing: an intention
  • Design: nanotechnology and the city
  • System: medicine, intention, and terministic screens
  • Practice: heuristics and hermeneutics in data science
  • Future: curations [form + action + intention]
  • Utility/postscript.