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The Manhattan Project : A Theory of a City.

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Redwood City : Stanford University Press, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (288 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780804794367
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Manhattan Project : A Theory of a CityDDC classification:
  • 974.7/10904
LOC classification:
  • F128
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Preface: I Can't Afford to ♥ NY -- Introduction: The Roseman Hypothesis -- First Part -- First Chapter: Benjamin in New York -- Second Chapter: Not to Look Upon -- Third Chapter: Back to the Future -- Fourth Chapter: Think Locally -- Fifth Chapter: Implosion -- Sixth Chapter: Sheer Life -- Seventh Chapter: A Secret About a Secret -- First Threshold: Interpenetration -- Second Part -- Eighth Chapter: Livingry -- Ninth Chapter: Thingification -- Tenth Chapter: Reality Overdose -- Eleventh Chapter: The Disenchanted Island -- Twelfth Chapter: Democracity -- Thirteenth Chapter: (Ad)dress -- Fourteenth Chapter: Nonarchitecture -- Fifteenth Chapter: Truth is Concrete -- Second Threshold: Infrastructure -- Third Part -- Sixteenth Chapter: Empire -- Seventeenth Chapter: The Urban Revolution -- Eighteenth Chapter: Hypotheses on Modern Cities -- Nineteenth Chapter: Urban Philosophy -- Twentieth Chapter: Home Rule -- Twenty-First Chapter: City of Refuge -- Twenty-Second Chapter: Arendt's City -- Twenty-Third Chapter: Here Comes Everybody -- Third Threshold: Ecopolis -- Fourth Part -- Twenty-Fourth Chapter: The Library -- Twenty-Fifth Chapter: The Economy of Philosophy -- Twenty-Sixth Chapter: Business Art -- Twenty-Seventh Chapter: Modes of Associated Life -- Twenty-Eighth Chapter: Jacob's City -- Twenty-Ninth Chapter: How New Work Begins -- Thirtieth Chapter: Transactions of Decline -- Thirty-First Chapter: Eminent Domain -- Fourth Threshold: Dead-End Street -- Fifth Part -- Thirty-Second Chapter: At Night -- Thirty-Third Chapter: Garbage Studies -- Thirty-Fourth Chapter: Junk -- Thirty-Fifth Chapter: Lost -- Thirty-Sixth Chapter: Perfect Day -- Thirty-Seventh Chapter: A Theory of the Homeless -- Thirty-Eighth Chapter: The Homeless Philosopher -- Fifth Threshold: A Tale of Two Cities -- Sixth Part.
Thirty-Ninth Chapter: Hard-Knock Life -- Fortieth Chapter: Sex and Philosophy -- Forty-First Chapter: An Image of Existence -- Forty-Second Chapter: No Ideas but in Things -- Forty-Third Chapter: The Marriage of Reason and Squalor -- Forty-Fourth Chapter: Critique of Pure Movement -- Forty-Fifth Chapter: Life Sentence -- Sixth Threshold: Spinoza in New Amsterdam -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Illustration Credits -- Name Index -- Place Index -- Subject Index.
Summary: The Manhattan Project is a sharp and witty study of a book never written: an imaginary sequel to Walter Benjamin'sArcades Project, dedicated to New York, capital of the twentieth century.
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Intro -- Contents -- Preface: I Can't Afford to ♥ NY -- Introduction: The Roseman Hypothesis -- First Part -- First Chapter: Benjamin in New York -- Second Chapter: Not to Look Upon -- Third Chapter: Back to the Future -- Fourth Chapter: Think Locally -- Fifth Chapter: Implosion -- Sixth Chapter: Sheer Life -- Seventh Chapter: A Secret About a Secret -- First Threshold: Interpenetration -- Second Part -- Eighth Chapter: Livingry -- Ninth Chapter: Thingification -- Tenth Chapter: Reality Overdose -- Eleventh Chapter: The Disenchanted Island -- Twelfth Chapter: Democracity -- Thirteenth Chapter: (Ad)dress -- Fourteenth Chapter: Nonarchitecture -- Fifteenth Chapter: Truth is Concrete -- Second Threshold: Infrastructure -- Third Part -- Sixteenth Chapter: Empire -- Seventeenth Chapter: The Urban Revolution -- Eighteenth Chapter: Hypotheses on Modern Cities -- Nineteenth Chapter: Urban Philosophy -- Twentieth Chapter: Home Rule -- Twenty-First Chapter: City of Refuge -- Twenty-Second Chapter: Arendt's City -- Twenty-Third Chapter: Here Comes Everybody -- Third Threshold: Ecopolis -- Fourth Part -- Twenty-Fourth Chapter: The Library -- Twenty-Fifth Chapter: The Economy of Philosophy -- Twenty-Sixth Chapter: Business Art -- Twenty-Seventh Chapter: Modes of Associated Life -- Twenty-Eighth Chapter: Jacob's City -- Twenty-Ninth Chapter: How New Work Begins -- Thirtieth Chapter: Transactions of Decline -- Thirty-First Chapter: Eminent Domain -- Fourth Threshold: Dead-End Street -- Fifth Part -- Thirty-Second Chapter: At Night -- Thirty-Third Chapter: Garbage Studies -- Thirty-Fourth Chapter: Junk -- Thirty-Fifth Chapter: Lost -- Thirty-Sixth Chapter: Perfect Day -- Thirty-Seventh Chapter: A Theory of the Homeless -- Thirty-Eighth Chapter: The Homeless Philosopher -- Fifth Threshold: A Tale of Two Cities -- Sixth Part.

Thirty-Ninth Chapter: Hard-Knock Life -- Fortieth Chapter: Sex and Philosophy -- Forty-First Chapter: An Image of Existence -- Forty-Second Chapter: No Ideas but in Things -- Forty-Third Chapter: The Marriage of Reason and Squalor -- Forty-Fourth Chapter: Critique of Pure Movement -- Forty-Fifth Chapter: Life Sentence -- Sixth Threshold: Spinoza in New Amsterdam -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Illustration Credits -- Name Index -- Place Index -- Subject Index.

The Manhattan Project is a sharp and witty study of a book never written: an imaginary sequel to Walter Benjamin'sArcades Project, dedicated to New York, capital of the twentieth century.

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