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THE SPECULATOR By STEPHEN WYATT
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A sparkling stage version of Balzac's witty comedy about a financial speculator on his uppers. The perfect comic fable for our financial times!
THE SPECULATOR By STEPHEN WYATT
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A sparkling stage version of Balzac's witty comedy about a financial speculator on his uppers. The perfect comic fable for our financial times!
SPECULATIVE By Christopher O'Leary, Zach Blas
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An exhibition catalogue for SPECULATIVE, presented by Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions in 2011. Curated and Edited by Christopher O'Leary and Zach Blas. This book also contains essays and works... More > of fiction written by esteemed guests and the artists themselves. Features artists: Casey Alt, Zach Blas, Jeff Cain, Micha Cardenas, Xarene Eskandar, Michael Kontopoulos, Elle Mehrmand, Christopher O'Leary, Claudia Salamanca and Pinar Yoldas. Guest writers: Jack Halberstam, *Particle Group*, Scott Bukatman, Jordan Crandall, Pedro Lasch, Alexander Galloway and Sean Dockray.< Less
On Speculation By Edd Tokarz Harnas
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A short retrospective of artwork by Edd Tokarz Harnas. The artwork includes portraits, seascapes and still lifes among other subjects dating from the early '80's through 2012.
Speculations II By Michael Austin et al.
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Speculations I By Paul Ennis
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Speculations is a journal of speculative realism that hopes to provide a forum for the exploration of speculative realism and post-continental philosophy. Our aim is to facilitate discussion about... More > ongoing developments within speculative realism. The journal is open access and peer-reviewed. We accept short position papers, full length articles and book reviews.< Less
Speculations I By Paul Ennis
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Speculations is a journal of speculative realism that hopes to provide a forum for the exploration of speculative realism and post-continental philosophy. Our aim is to facilitate discussion about... More > ongoing developments within speculative realism. The journal is open access and peer-reviewed. We accept short position papers, full length articles and book reviews.< Less
Speculations III By Michael Austin et al.
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Issue 3 of Speculations: A Journal in Speculative Realism, covering a wide range of topics (from the philosophy of religion to psychoanalysis, from the philosophy of science to gender studies),... More > formats (articles, interviews, position pieces, translations, and review essays) and authors (from well-published authors to the best among a new generation of philosophers). Contributors include: Benjamin Norris, Beatrice Marovich, Levi Bryant, Daniel Whistler, Daniel Colucciello Barber, Christopher Norris, Michael Haworth, Graham Harman, Louis Morelle, Christian Thorne, Peter Wolfendale, Fabio Gironi, Daniel Sacilotto, Dave Mesing, Maxwell Kennel, and Yuting Zou.< Less
Chained Speculation By Jerard Small
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Sometimes we find our selves stuck in certain type of thinking. We get stuck thinking that what we think is right, and we make excuses to keep on thinking the same way. This book shows different ways... More > of thinking and shows you that sometimes in life we contradict ourselves. It's okay to do that at times because we are human beings.< Less
Speculations on Eternity By A. Harold Sparks
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What is the nature of eternal life? It’s an impossible subject on which to give detail, because it is all speculation. This book offers one man’s speculations on what the experience might... More > be like. The author refers to the work as documentary fiction. Although primarily fiction, it is documentary in the sense that he also uses Bible references, as well as other historical narratives. “My purpose is to solidify the reader’s belief in the reality of the eternal life in the presence of God in Heaven. Actually the idea of Heaven in most people’s minds is a very vague and unreal place, far off and unknown, a future left in the hands of God," Sparks says. “I have come to feel that we really know more than that...and we can use our imaginations to fill in some detail to make the afterlife much more real and appealing than the popular vagueness most of us hold in our minds."< Less