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Idols of the Marketplace: Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English Literature, 1580–1680 (Early Modern Cultural Studies 1500–1700) download ebook

by D. Hawkes

Idols of the Marketplace: Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English Literature, 1580–1680 (Early Modern Cultural Studies 1500–1700) download ebook
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0312240074
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978-0312240073
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D. Hawkes
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Palgrave Macmillan; 2001 edition (October 18, 2001)
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294 pages
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Early modern society showed no such reticence the early Christian and early modern debate.

Early modern society showed no such reticence. Between 1580 and 1680, Aristotelian teleology was replaced as the dominant mode of philosophy in England by Baconian empiricism. This was a process with the early Christian and early modern debate over idolatry, the early modern debates over value and trade, and the antitheatrical controversy.

provocative and fascinating readings of early modern texts by a knowledgeable and astute author. -Laura Lunger Knoppers, Albion "Idols of the Marketplace is an excellent book: provocative, coherent and full of insight. It is hard to see how Renaissance culture can be read in quite the same way from now o. - -Times Literary Supplement the argument is informed and au courant with the latest developments.

Hawkes' monographs are: Idols of the Marketplace: Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English . Hawkes, David, ‘Faust among the Witches: Towards an Ethics of Representation,’ Early Modern Culture 4, 2004.

Hawkes' monographs are: Idols of the Marketplace: Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English Literature, 1580-1680 (Palgrave 2001), Ideology (Routledge 2003), The Faust Myth: Religion and the Rise of Representation (Palgrave 2007), John Milton: A Hero of Our Time (Counterpoint 2010), The Culture of Usury in Renaissance England (Palgrave 2011), and Shakespeare an. Hawkes, David, ‘Against Materialism in Literary Theory,’ Early Modern Culture 9, 2012. This was a process with implications for every sphere of life: for politics and theology, economics and ethics, aesthetics and sexuality. Through nuanced and original readings of Shakespeare, Herbert, Donne, Milton, Traherne, and Bunyan, David Hawkes sheds light on the antitheatrical controversy, and early modern debates over idolatry and value and trade.

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Marketplace : Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English Literature, 1580-1680.

Idols of the Marketplace : Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English Literature, 1580-1680.

Postmodern society seems incapable of elaborating an ethical critique of the market economy. Early modern society showed no such reticence. Between 1580 and 1680, Aristotelian teleology was replaced as the dominant mode of philosophy in England by Baconian empiricism. This was a process with implications for every sphere of life: for politics and theology, economics and ethics, aesthetics and sexuality. Through nuanced and original readings of Shakespeare, Herbert, Donne, Milton, Traherne, and Bunyan, David Hawkes sheds light on the antitheatrical controversy, and early modern debates over idolatry and value and trade. Hawkes argues that the people of Renaissance England believed that the decline of telos resulted in a reified, fetishistic mode of consciousness which manifests itself in such phenomena as religious idolatry, commodity fetish, and carnal sensuality. He suggests that the resulting early modern critique of the market economy has much to offer postmodern society.