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" The starting point of these reflections was usually a feeling of impatience at the sight of the "naturalness" with which newspapers, art and common sense constantly dress up a reality which, even though it is the one we live in, is undoubtedly determined... "
Critics Not Caretakers: Redescribing the Public Study of Religion - ˹ xi
Russell T. McCutcheon - 2001 - 266 ˹
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After the New Criticism

Frank Lentricchia - 1980 - 384 ˹
...preface to Mythologies Barthes makes this statement on the origin and intention of his collection: The starting point of these reflections was usually...turn, and I wanted to track down, in the decorative display of what- goes-withoutsaying, the ideological abuse, which, in my view, is hidden there.94 Among...
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A Certain Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema, 1930-1980

Robert B. Ray - 1985 - 411 ˹
...and the man-made into the timeless and the natural. As Barthes writes in his Preface to Mythologies: The starting point of these reflections was usually...newspapers, art and common sense constantly dress up reality which, even though it is the one we live in, is undoubtedly determined by history. In short...
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Reading Dancing: Bodies and Subjects in Contemporary American Dance

Susan Leigh Foster - 1986 - 307 ˹
...Hill & Wang, 1972), Roland Barthes writes: The starting point of these reflections was usually the feeling of impatience at the sight of the "naturalness"...common sense constantly dress up a reality which, though it is the one we live in, is undoubtedly determined by history. In short, in the account given...
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Writing and Rewriting the Holocaust: Narrative and the Consequences of ...

James Edward Young - 1988 - 243 ˹
...Barthes writes that "The starting point of [his reflections on current events and popular culture] was usually a feeling of impatience at the sight of...turn, and I wanted to track down, in the decorative display of what-goes-without-saying, the ideological abuse which, in my view, is hidden there."3 By...
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The Power of Maps

Denis Wood, John Fels - 1992 - 248 ˹
...intact. What response should be mounted to the bland front of this Naturalization of the Cultural? For Roland Barthes: The starting point of these reflections...turn, and I wanted to track down, in the decorative display of what-goes-without-saying, the ideological abuse which, in my view, is hidden there.10 It...
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Modern Engendering: Critical Feminist Readings in Modern Western Philosophy

Bat-Ami Bar On - 1994 - 280 ˹
...apprehend them, finally, in all their human dimensions." "Treason Our Text,"Lillian Robinson 1 "... The starting point of these reflections was usually...art and common sense constantly dress up a reality . . . I wanted to track down, in the decorative display of what goes without saying the ideological...
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New Horizons in Hermeneutics: The Theory and Practice of Transforming ...

Anthony C. Thiselton - 1997 - 703 ˹
...a ritual than as a genuine contest.53 This book has been written, Barthes tells us frankly, out of "a feeling of impatience at the sight of the 'naturalness' with which newspapers, art, and common sense constandy dress up reality ... I resented seeing Nature and History confused at every turn."5* The...
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Perspectives in Sociology

E. C. Cuff, Wes W. Sharrock, D. W. Francis - 1998 - 362 ˹
...cultural configuration, that of modern, bourgeois society. Barthes's starting point, he declaimed, was a feeling of impatience at the sight of the 'naturalness'...we live in, is undoubtedly determined by history. . . I resented seeing Nature and History confused at every turn, and I wanted to track down, in the...
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Perspectives in Sociology

E. C. Cuff, Wes W. Sharrock, D. W. Francis - 1998 - 362 ˹
...cultural configuration, that of modern, bourgeois society. Barthes's starting point, he declaimed, was a feeling of impatience at the sight of the 'naturalness'...one we live in, is undoubtedly determined by history . . . I resented seeing Nature and History confused at every turn, and I wanted to track down, in the...
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In Defence of Realism

Raymond Tallis - 1998 - 220 ˹
...into a universal nature' - just as Barthes did or attempted in the realistic essays in Mythologiques: The starting point of these reflections was usually...sight of the 'naturalness' with which newspapers, an and common sense constantly dress up a reality which, even though it is the one we live in, is undoubtedly...
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