-familiar decontextualizing mode of philosophers.
Instead, Habermas's pinpointing of the tension between female participation in the literary public sphere and the masculinized political public sphere derives from his complex account of the relationship between bourgeois intimacy, ‘publicly oriented privateness’ and the public sphere. The intimacy of the bourgeois family is regarded as qualitatively new, as is the related development of the intimate letter-writing that provides the foundational form of publicly oriented privateness. The
, when they were
closely supervised, younger children would shake with fear. Of course,
at this time violence also applied in other schools; however, the
greater intimacy of the dame school and the easier oversight of its
small group made for a more intense experience of frontier
The ‘isolated’ surgeon
The life work of one general
affinity to the economy as it is predominantly understood today, but
also the close relation between private law and the many contexts of
intimacy, health, education, science, religion, art and media. This
would lead to a thoroughgoing reflection within private law of the
distinctive eigenlogics of these various realms of discourse – a
reflection which would encompass their internal rationality as well as
seek in them the
artist who made them, could I be wrong to like French novelists so much’.
The appeal to ‘distanced intimacy’ is typical of the modern writer’s view
of the relationship between author, publications, and audience. See Steven
Earnshaw, ‘The writer as artist’, in Steven Earnshaw (ed.), The Handbook of
Creative Writing (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014).
33 See Alfred Nemeczek, Van Gogh in Arles (Munich and New York: Prestel-
Verlag, 1995) on van Gogh’s colour symbolism and the new relationship
between artist, artwork and viewer, and the
caste.” She brings to bear on worlds of
modernity and identity issues of empire and intimacy, nation and
difference, race and sexuality, citizenship and kinship, and subject
and self-making. Bear’s bid is to detail and describe the
generative practices and constitutive meanings of these intermeshed
processes by thinking them down to their expressions on the ground.
-hierarchies) and decentralisation.
Centralisation increases the likelihood that organisational
structures would succumb to oligarchic control. The growth of
administrative apparatus progressively threatens the cooperative
spirit in direct proportion to the decline of face-to-face intimacy.
Bureaucratisation has, however, been avoided and self-management
sustained in the Mondragon system
the broader political contexts of the twentieth century that have informed her writing for the theatre with the
intimacy of the writing that has characterised her fictions. It is something of a textual bridge between
the ethico-poetic and the politico-poetic that in many ways traverses and juggles the challenges
of writing the particular and the universal. While it also shares with Promethea a certain mythic
context, its positioning in history, and its reach in terms of epic, function to dilute the focus on
love that for my purposes is central. Hence, I think
's 1962 account of the role of bourgeois familial intimacy in the emergence of the bourgeois public sphere. Jürgen Habermas, The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: An Inquiry into a Category of Bourgeois Society , trans. T. Burger (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1989), 48; 260–261 n248. See Chapter 8 .
As mentioned above, The Institute also conducted a study of antisemitism in American labour in liaison with the AJC. Its
. 70 They have engaged issues of piety, intimacy,
embodiment, and image under entwined regimes of modernity and
modernity in its Baroque formations 72 and its vernacular configurations; 73 finally, the
wide-ranging acute contradictions and contentions of modernity. 74
Taken together, here are to be found works focusing on
different articulations of modernity as historically grounded