Reading the Way of Things

Reading the Way of Things

Towards a New Technology of Making Sense

A guide to making new sense of the world, critically and generously. A techne for the postmodern world.


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A Deleuzian guide to reading the world, Reading the Way of Things is an exploration of the ideas of McLuhan, Deleuze, Guattari, Merleau-Ponty, Foucault, Burroughs, and more. It is a book that aims at getting the reader past teleological interpretations and questions, letting the reader in on new ways of doing criticism as well as new ways of going, being, and thinking.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Daniel Coffeen
Daniel Coffeen Daniel has a PhD in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley where he was a Lecturer for many years. In addition, he taught graduate seminars in critical t...
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