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Gillingham Emily <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 19 Jun 1998 16:29:39 +0100
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"By the quality, the scope and the relevance of its articles, Cultural
Values is making a notable contribution to an important and promising
transdisciplinary field", JEAN-JOSEPH GOUX, Rice University, USA.
I am delighted to announce the contents of the latest issue of Cultural
Values, the journal dedicated to the transdisciplinary analysis of
culture and its changing values. 
Now in its second volume, Cultural Values remains the only journal which
moves forward the debate between those for whom ethical certainties and
value systems have been undermined, and those who seek to resurrect
values which have become outmoded.  Through its new section Cultural
Notes the journal fosters more informal discussion, summarizing key
debates and addressing notable publications. 
Cultural Values publishes the latest thinking of leading international
figures and the best writing of a new generation of scholars around the
Sample Copy Available
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REQUEST 5' in the subject line and your full name, postal address, and
the following information in the message, ie. whether you are planning
a) Submit a review to the journal.
b) Recommend your library to subscribe.  If so, I would be grateful for
the name of the librarian and institution......
c) Subscribe to the journal yourself.
Special Offer - Electronic Access is included in your institutional
subscription to the print edition.
Articles from Volume 2, Issue 1:
*       Culture without Society - Alain Touraine
*       The Inherent Transgression - Slavoj Zizek
*       Deconstruction, Postmodernism and Philosophy of Science: Some
Episto-critical remarks - Christopher Norris
*       The Messianic without Marxism: Derrida's Marx and the Question
of Justice - Catherine Kellogg
*       Thinking Technicity - Richard Beardsworth
*       Postmodernity and the Ethics of Care: Situating Bauman's Social
Theory - Ross Abbinnett
*       The Sociology of Compassion: A Study in the Sociology of Morals
- Natan Sznaider
Other recent articles:
*       Hypervalue - Scott Wilson 
*       Culture and Excellence - Fred Botting 
*       Values and Speculations: The Stock Exchange Paradigm -
Jean-Joseph Goux 
*       The Virtualization of Violence and the Disappearance of War -
James Der Derian 
*       Life Becoming Body: On the ´Meaning´ of Post Human Evolution -
Keith Ansell Pearson 
*       From Psycho to Cyber Strategies: Prosthetics, Robotics and
Remote Existence - Stelarc 
*       The Ethics and Politics of Cyborg Embodiment: Citizenship as a
Hypervalue - Chris Hables Gray 
*       The Enchanted World of Modernity: Paracelsus, Kant and Deleuze -
Jane Bennett 
*       The Social Morals of an Individual Life - Ulrich Beck 
*       The Insufficiency of ´Values´ and the Necessity of ´Sense´ -
Jean-Luc Nancy
"Top authors, splendid texts - a very good start", ULRICH BECK,
University of Munich, Germany.
Managing Editors:
Paul Dillon, Paul Heelas and Scott Wilson from the Institute of Cultural
Research, Lancaster University, UK
USA Corresponding Editor:
Michael J. Shapiro, University of Hawaii, USA
Assistant Editor:
Tom Cahill, Institute of Cultural Research, Lancaster University, UK
For further information on Cultural Values, visit:
ISSN: 1362-5179, 4 issues a year, Volume 2, 1998
Institutional Subscription Rates: £93.00 (UK/Europe), $127.00 (N
America), £105.00 (Rest of World)
Personal Subscription Rates: £32.00 (UK/Europe), $39.00 (N America),
£35.00 (Rest of World)
Best wishes,
E Gillingham
Blackwell Publishers
108 Cowley Road
Oxford, OX4 1JF
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