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A surprising exploration of connections between culture, neuroscience, and
our experience of time.
NEUROPOLITICS: Thinking, Culture, Speed
William E. Connolly
University of Minnesota Press | 216 pages | 2002
ISBN 0-8166-4021-1 | hardcover | $54.95
ISBN 0-8166-4022-X | paperback | $19.95
Theory Out of Bounds Series, volume 23
In Neuropolitics Connolly draws upon recent brain/body research to explore
the creative potential of thinking, the layered character of culture, the
cultivation of ethical sensibilities, and the critical role of technique in
all three. He then shows how a series of filmsčincluding Vertigo, Five Easy
Pieces, and Citizen Kanečenhances our appreciation of technique and contests
the linear image of time now prevalent in cultural theory.
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