With courage and humor, Avital Ronell takes thinking and writing into wild and dangerous places. The ÃœberReader introduces her groundbreaking work on drug rhetoric, technology's fatal attractions, and the odd prestige of stupidity. The ÃœberReader includes previously uncollected essays, selections from her books, and some of her most powerful public talks. _x000B__x000B_An extensive introduction by Diane Davis surveys and situates Ronell's hard-hitting work, and recalls some of the most important critical responses it has provoked. _x000B__x000B_
Subjects: Sociology, Philosophy, Language & Literature
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