Zeitgeist in Babel: The Postmodernist Controversy  

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Zeitgeist in Babel: The Postmodernist Controversy (1991) is a book edited by Ingeborg Hoesterey (Indiana UP).


Zeitgeist in Babel vividly displays the confluence of discourse-formations concerning postmodernism as they take shape in the different disciplines of aesthetic mediums and philosophical discourse. The twenty contributors include Umberto Eco, Jacques Derrida, Clement Greenberg, Martin Jay, Charles Jencks, Susan Rubin Suleiman, Richard Rorty.

Other contributors are Charles Boone, Matei Calinescu, C. Barry Chabot, Erika Fischer-Lichte, David Hayman, Jost Hermand, Ingeborg Hoesterey, Peter Koslowski, Rosalind E. Krauss, Donald B. Kuspit, Stefano Rosso, Maureen Turim, Gianni Vattimo.

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