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  1. _Alexander R. Galloway____Gaming : Essays On Algorithmic Culture
  2. _Alexander R. Galloway____Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization (Leonardo Books)
  3. _Alexander R. Galloway/Eugene Thacker____The Exploit: A Theory of Networks
  4. _Milan Galović____Moda
  5. _Joshua Gamson____Freaks Talk Back: Tabloid Talk Shows and Sexual Nonconformity
  6. _Howard Gardner____Promijeniti mišljenje
  7. _Rodolphe Gasche____The Honor of Thinking: Critique, Theory, Philosophy
  8. _Rodolphe Gasche____Of Minimal Things: Studies on the Notion of Relation
  9. _Rodolphe Gasche____The Idea of Form: Rethinking Kant’s Aesthetics
  10. _Ernest Gellner____Uvjeti slobode
  11. _Gary Genosko____Felix Guattari: An Aberrant Introduction
  12. _Dominique Gerbaud____Vivre en citoyens actifs (Vivre avec ; 4)
  13. _Rishab Aiyer Ghosh____CODE : Collaborative Ownership and the Digital Economy
  14. _J. K Gibson-Graham/Stephen A Resnick/Richard D Wolff____Re/Presenting Class: Essays in Postmodern Marxism
  15. _J. K. Gibson-Graham____A Postcapitalist Politics
  16. _J.K. Gibson-Graham____The End Of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy
  17. _James Gillies/Robert Cailliau____How the Web was Born: The Story of the World Wide Web
  18. _Paul Gilroy____Postcolonial Melancholia
  19. _Vjekoslav Glavač____Uvod u globalnu ekologiju
  20. _Edouard Glissant____Caribbean Discourse
  21. _Vladimir Goati____Partijski mozak Srbije 1990-1996
  22. _Emma Goldman____Članci, pamfleti i eseji
  23. _Richard Goldstein____The Attack Queers: Liberal Society and the Gay Right
  24. _Philip Goodchild____Capitalism and Religion: The Price of Piety
  25. _Jack Goody____The Theft of History
  26. _Peter Gordon____Rosenzweig and Heidegger: Between Judaism and German Philosophy
  27. _Mike Gould/Tomislav Hengl____The unofficial guide for authors
  28. _Stephen Jay Gould____Čovjek po mjeri : kvocijent inteligencije i druge zablude
  29. _Oliver Grau____Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion (Leonardo Books)
  30. _Victoria de Grazia____Irresistible Empire: America’s Advance Through Twentieth-Century Europe
  31. _Ivan Grdešić____Osnove analize javnih politika : policy – analiza
  32. _Marta Gregorčič/Gorazd Kovačič____Ne NATO : mir nam dajte!
  33. _Malcolm Le Grice____Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age (BFI Film Classics)
  34. _Sian Griffiths____Predviđanja : trideset velikih umova o budućnosti
  35. _Uroš Grilc____O filozofiji pisave
  36. _Evelyne Grossman____L’angoisse de penser
  37. _Wendy M. Grossman____Net.Wars
  38. _Elizabeth Grosz____Time Travels : Feminism, Nature, Power
  39. _Elizabeth Grosz____Volatile Bodies: Toward a Corporeal Feminism
  40. _Boris Groys____Kunst-Kommentare
  41. _Boris Groys____Art Power
  42. _Boris Groys____Politik der Unsterblichkeit. Vier Gespräche mit Thomas Knofel.
  43. _Boris Groys____Zurück aus der Zukunft
  44. _Boris Groys____Topologie der Kunst
  45. _Marina Gržinić____Stelarc
  46. _Marina Gržinić____The last futurist show
  47. _Marina Gržinić____Fiction Reconstructed. Eastern Europe, Post-Socialism & The Retro-Avantgarde
  48. _Marina Gržinić/Gunther Heeg____Mind the Map! History Is Not Given. A Critical Anthology Based on the Symposium
  49. _Joseph P. Guiltinan/Gordon W. Paul____Marketing Management: Strategies and Programs
  50. _Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht/Friedrich A Kittler/Bernhard Siegert____Der Dichter als Kommandant: D’Annunzio erobert Fiume
  51. _Jürgen Habermas____Zwischen Naturalismus und Religion
  52. _Jürgen Habermas____Postmetafizičko mišljenje
  53. _Jason Hackworth____The Neoliberal City: Governance, Ideology, And Development in American Urbanism
  54. _Pierre Hadot____Philosophy As a Way of Life : Spriritual Exercises from Socrates to Foucault
  55. _Michael Hagemeister/Boris Groys____Die neue Menschheit
  56. _George Haggerty____Encyclopedia of Gay Histories and Cultures: Volume 2
  57. _David Hakken____Cyborgs@Cyberspace?: An Ethnographer Looks to the Future
  58. _Constance Hale/Jessie Scanlon____Wired Style
  59. _Peter Hallward____Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide and the Politics of Containment
  60. _Peter Hallward____Out of this World: Deleuze and the Philosophy of Creation
  61. _Peter Hallward____Badiou: A Subject to Truth
  62. _Peter Hallward____Absolutely Postcolonial: Writing Between the Singular and the Specific
  63. _David M. Halperin____How to Do the History of Homosexuality
  64. _Aage Hansen-Löve/Boris Groys____Am Nullpunkt
  65. _Beatrice Hanssen____Critique of Violence : Between Poststructuralism and Critical Theory
  66. _Mikael Hård/Thomas J Misa____Urban Machinery: Inside Modern European Cities
  67. _Michael Hardt/Antonio Negri____Empire
  68. _Michael Hardt/Antonio Negri____Labor of Dionysus: A Critique of the State-Form (Theory Out of Bounds)
  69. _Kristen Haring____Ham Radio’s Technical Culture
  70. _Graham Harman____Tool-Being: Heidegger and the Metaphysics of Objects
  71. _Thomas L. Harris____Value-Added Public Relations: The Secret Weapon of Integrated Marketing
  72. _Robert Pogue Harrison____The Dominion of the Dead
  73. _Kevin Hart____The Dark Gaze: Maurice Blanchot and the Sacred
  74. _Frank Hartmann____Mediologie
  75. _David Harvey____The New Imperialism (Clarendon Lectures in Geography and Environmental Studies)
  76. _David Harvey____Spaces of Global Capitalism: A Theory of Uneven Geographical Development
  77. _David Harvey____Spaces of Hope (California Studies in Critical Human Geography, 7)
  78. _David Harvey____A Brief History of Neoliberalism
  79. _Anselm Haverkamp____Latenzzeit
  80. _Friedrich August Hayek____Individualizam i ekonomski poredak : kritička analiza socijalističke ekonomije i plaidoyer za očuvanje “istinskog individualizma”
  81. _Friedrich August Hayek____Put u ropstvo
  82. _John M. Heaton____Wittgenstein i psihoanaliza
  83. _G.W.F. Hegel____Predavanja o estetiki – Uvod
  84. _G.W.F. Hegel____Predavanja o estetiki – Dramska poezija
  85. _Martin Heidegger____Aristoteles, Metaphysik Theta 1-3
  86. _Anne von der Heiden____Der Jude als Medium. “Jud Süß”
  87. _Thekla Heineke/Sandra Umathum____Christoph Schlingensiefs ‘ Nazis rein’
  88. _Daniel Heller-Roazen____Echolalias: On the Forgetting of Language
  89. _Daniel Heller-Roazen____The Inner Touch: Archaeology of a Sensation
  90. _Daniel Heller-Roazen____Fortune’s Faces: The Roman de la Rose and the Poetics of Contingency
  91. _Michel Henry____I Am the Truth: Toward a Philosophy of Christianity
  92. _Edward S. Herman/Noam Chomsky____Manufacturing Consent
  93. _Douglas B. Herron____Marketing Nonprofit Programs and Services
  94. _Charlotte Hess/Elinor Ostrom____Understanding Knowledge as a Commons: From Theory to Practice
  95. _Sanjaya Hettihewa____Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 2.0 in 21 Days
  96. _Pekka Himamen____Hakerska etika
  97. _Charles Hirschkind____The Ethical Soundscape: Cassette Sermons And Islamic Counterpublics
  98. _Thomas Hobbes____Čovek i građanin
  99. _Amir Hodžić____Značaj roda u stavovima i seksualnom ponašanju adolescenata i adolescentica
  100. _Douglas R. Hofstadter____Godel, Escher, Bach : An Eternal Golden Braid
  101. _Tom Holert/Mark Terkessidis____Entsichert. Krieg als Massenkultur im 21. Jahrhundert
  102. _Tom Holert/Mark Terkessidis____Fliehkraft. Gesellschaft in Bewegung – Von Migranten und Touristen
  103. _Max Hollein/Jesper N. Jorgensen/Daniel Birnbaum/Jesper N. Jørgensen____Frequencies [Hz]
  104. _John Holloway____Change the World Without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today
  105. _Brian Holmes____Hijeroglifi budućnosti
  106. _Axel Honneth____Unsichtbarkeit. Stationen einer Theorie der Intersubjektivität
  107. _Axel Honneth____Verdinglichung
  108. _Laura J. Hoptman/Tomáš Pospiszyl____Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since the 1950s
  109. _John Horgan____Kraj znanosti
  110. _Christopher Horrocks____Marshall McLuhan i virtualnost
  111. _William Horton____The Icon Book: Visual Symbols for Computer Systems and Documentation
  112. _Srećko Horvat____Protiv političke korektnosti: od Kramera do Laibacha, i natrag
  113. _Emil Hrvatin____Teorije sodobnega plesa
  114. _Juraj Hrženjak____Rušenje antifašističkih spomenika u Hrvatskoj 1990-2000
  115. _Andrew Huang____Hacking the Xbox: An Introduction to Reverse Engineering
  116. _Michael Hudson____Super Imperialism – New Edition: The Origin and Fundamentals of U.S. World Dominance
  117. _Lew Hunter____Scenarij 434
  118. _Natasha Hurley/Steven Bruhm____Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children
  119. _Nasser Hussain____The Jurisprudence of Emergency: Colonialism and the Rule of Law

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_Alexander R. Galloway____Gaming : Essays On Algorithmic Culture

[Univ Of Minnesota Press_2006]

Video games have been a central feature of the cultural landscape for over twenty years and now rival older media like movies, drugs television, symptoms and music in popularity and cultural influence. Yet there have been relatively few attempts to understand the video game as an independent medium. Most such efforts focus on the earliest generation of text-based adventures (Zork, more about for example) and have little to say about such visually and conceptually sophisticated games as Final Fantasy X, Shenmue, Grand Theft Auto, Halo, and The Sims, in which players inhabit elaborately detailed worlds and manipulate digital avatars with a vast—and in some cases, almost unlimited—array of actions and choices. In Gaming, Alexander Galloway instead considers the video game as a distinct cultural form that demands a new and unique interpretive framework. Drawing on a wide range of disciplines, particularly critical theory and media studies, he analyzes video games as something to be played rather than as texts to be read, and traces in five concise chapters how the “algorithmic culture” created by video games intersects with theories of visuality, realism, allegory, and the avant-garde. If photographs are images and films are moving images, then, Galloway asserts, video games are best defined as actions. Using examples from more than fifty video games, Galloway constructs a classification system of action in video games, incorporating standard elements of gameplay as well as software crashes, network lags, and the use of cheats and game hacks. In subsequent chapters, he explores the overlap between the conventions of film and video games, the political and cultural implications of gaming practices, the visual environment of video games, and the status of games as an emerging cultural form. Together, these essays offer a new conception of gaming and, more broadly, of electronic culture as a whole, one that celebrates and does not lament the qualities of the digital age. Alexander R. Galloway is assistant professor of culture and communication at New York University and author of Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization.
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_Alexander R. Galloway____Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization (Leonardo Books)

[The MIT Press_2004]

Is the Internet a vast arena of unrestricted communication and freely exchanged information or a regulated, highly structured virtual bureaucracy? In Protocol, Alexander Galloway argues that the founding principle of the Net is control, not freedom, and that the controlling power lies in the technical protocols that make network connections (and disconnections) possible. He does this by treating the computer as a textual medium that is based on a technological language, code. Code, he argues, can be subject to the same kind of cultural and literary analysis as any natural language; computer languages have their own syntax, grammar, communities, and cultures. Instead of relying on established theoretical approaches, Galloway finds a new way to write about digital media, drawing on his backgrounds in computer programming and critical theory. “Discipline-hopping is a necessity when it comes to complicated socio-technical topics like protocol,” he writes in the preface.

Galloway begins by examining the types of protocols that exist, including TCP/IP, DNS, and HTML. He then looks at examples of resistance and subversion — hackers, viruses, cyberfeminism, Internet art — which he views as emblematic of the larger transformations now taking place within digital culture. Written for a nontechnical audience, Protocol serves as a necessary counterpoint to the wildly utopian visions of the Net that were so widespread in earlier days.
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_Alexander R. Galloway/Eugene Thacker____The Exploit: A Theory of Networks

[Univ Of Minnesota Press_2007]

“The Exploit is that rare thing: a book with a clear grasp of how networks operate that also understands the political implications of this emerging form of power. It cuts through the nonsense about how ‘free’ and ‘democratic’ networks supposedly are, and it offers a rich analysis of how network protocols create a new kind of control. Essential reading for all theorists, artists, activists, techheads, and hackers of the Net.” —McKenzie Wark, author of A Hacker Manifesto

The network has become the core organizational structure for postmodern politics, culture, and life, replacing the modern era’s hierarchical systems. From peer-to-peer file sharing and massive multiplayer online games to contagion vectors of digital or biological viruses and global affiliations of terrorist organizations, the network form has become so invasive that nearly every aspect of contemporary society can be located within it.

Borrowing their title from the hacker term for a program that takes advantage of a flaw in a network system, Alexander R. Galloway and Eugene Thacker challenge the widespread assumption that networks are inherently egalitarian. Instead, they contend that there exist new modes of control entirely native to networks, modes that are at once highly centralized and dispersed, corporate and subversive.

In this provocative book-length essay, Galloway and Thacker argue that a whole new topology must be invented to resist and reshape the network form, one that is as asymmetrical in relationship to networks as the network is in relation to hierarchy.

Alexander R. Galloway is associate professor of culture and communications at New York University and the author of Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culture (Minnesota, 2006) and Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization.

Eugene Thacker is associate professor of new media at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the author of Biomedia (Minnesota, 2004) and The Global Genome: Biotechnology, Politics, and Culture.

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_Milan Galović____Moda

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2001]

Cijena: 59,00 KN
Internet cijena: 41,30 KN

153 str.
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16 cm

Godina izdanja: 2001

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Sažetak: 
Tijelo, moda i estetika mode okvir je razmatranja unutar kojeg se kreće ova knjiga Milana Galovića.
Povijesni dijelovi uz svaku posebnu temu pomažu njenom potpunijem razumijevanju, jer tek u povijesnom kontekstu i u epohalnim kontrastima moguće je osvijetliti ono što se danas događa s čovjekom, s njegovom odjećom, s njegovim tijelom i likom.
Milan Galović je redoviti profesor na Tekstilno-tehnološkom fakultetu Sveučilišta u Zagrebu gdje predaje estetiku, sociologiju mode i druge humanističke i društvene predmete.
U biblioteci Znanost u džepu objavio je i Rat u transformaciji.
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_Joshua Gamson____Freaks Talk Back: Tabloid Talk Shows and Sexual Nonconformity

[University Of Chicago Press_1999]

In the recent past, lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgendered people had almost no presence on television. With the invention and propagation of tabloid talk shows such as Jerry Springer, Jenny Jones, Oprah, and Geraldo, people outside the sexual mainstream now appear in living rooms across America almost every day of the week. Often these appearances are rambunctious, ugly, and exploitative, with the “action” of the show predicated upon homophobic responses from the audience. Most gay media watchers question the worth of appearing on such programs: at what price, they ask, visibility? This view is startlingly revised in Joshua Gamson’s Freaks Talk Back, an analysis of how tabloid TV may be the best–well, certainly the most engaging on a grassroots level–visibility that sex outsiders have ever garnered. Using surveys, news analysis, discussions of race and class differences, and readings from the shows themselves, Gamson argues that the endless yelling, bickering, and outright displays of homophobia–so different from the pre-packaged, insincere tolerance that passes for discourse in much of the media–give rise to discussions about people’s genuine feelings and beliefs. Questioning the very precepts of how we think about media coverage, Freaks Talk Back is as provocative and disturbing as tabloid television itself. –Michael Bronski
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_Howard Gardner____Promijeniti mišljenje

[Algoritam_2006]

Promijeniti nečije mišljenje o nečemu važnome može biti iznimno težak zadatak: pomislite na glasače, na potrošače, na učenike (i njihov odnos prema zadaćama)… No iako se radi o nečemu što toliko često spominjemo i pokušavamo napraviti, čini se da je riječ o prilično tajnovitom fenomenu. Kako ljudi zapravo dolaze do čvrstog mišljenja o nečemu i što se mora dogoditi da bi se ono promijenilo?

Svjetski poznati harvardski psiholog Howard Gardner, čiji su radovi o višestrukoj inteligenciji i kreativnosti revolucionirali način rada i mišljenja u obrazovnom sustavu, psihologiji i medicini, u ovoj nam knjizi otkriva nevjerojatne sličnosti u naizgled neusporedivim situacijama. Kako državnici mijenjaju orijentacije čitavih nacija, kako se transformiraju velike i male kompanije, kako pridobiti javnost za neku prijelomnu ideju – procesi se mijenjaju, no neki važni čimbenici su uvijek isti, bez obzira radi li se o poslu, politici, umjetnosti, znanosti ili naprosto svakodnevici.

Ova je knjiga nastala za seriju Leadership for Common Good (Rukovođenje za opću dobrobit), koju zajedno izdaju dva slavna harvardska fakulteta – Harvard Business School i John F. Kennedy School of Government. Biblioteka Facta s ponosom je predstavlja u prijevodu naše cijenjene psihologinje prof. dr. Mirjane Krizmanić i s naslovnom fotografijom Marine Leskova
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_Rodolphe Gasche____The Honor of Thinking: Critique, Theory, Philosophy

[Stanford University Press_2006]

The Honor of Thinking investigates the limits of criticism, theory, and philosophy in light of what Martin Heidegger and French post-Heideggerian philosophers have established about the nature and tasks of thinking. In addition to in-depth analyses of Walter Benjamin’s conception of critique—and in particular the relation of critique to ethics, as well as alternative models of criticism (such as Heidegger’s notion of “Auseinandersetzung,” and Derridean deconstruction)—this book contains essays on the notion of theory from the Greeks and the early German Romantics to the contemporary use of this notion in literary studies. The last part of the book investigates the different ways of understanding philosophical thinking that are found in contemporary French thought, examining works of Foucault, Deleuze, Lyotard, and Derrida.
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_Rodolphe Gasche____Of Minimal Things: Studies on the Notion of Relation

[Stanford University Press_1999]

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_Rodolphe Gasche____The Idea of Form: Rethinking Kant’s Aesthetics

[Stanford University Press_2003]

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_Ernest Gellner____Uvjeti slobode

[Politička kultura _2001]

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_Gary Genosko____Felix Guattari: An Aberrant Introduction

[Continuum International Publishing Group_2002]

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_Dominique Gerbaud____Vivre en citoyens actifs (Vivre avec ; 4)

[Centurion_1977]

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_Rishab Aiyer Ghosh____CODE : Collaborative Ownership and the Digital Economy

[The MIT Press_2005]

Open source software is considered by many to be a novelty and the open source movement a revolution. Yet the collaborative creation of knowledge has gone on for as long as humans have been able to communicate. CODE looks at the collaborative model of creativity — with examples ranging from collective ownership in indigenous societies to free software, academic science, and the human genome project — and finds it an alternative to proprietary frameworks for creativity based on strong intellectual property rights.

Intellectual property rights, argues Rishab Ghosh in his introduction, were ostensibly developed to increase creativity; but today, policy decisions that treat knowledge and art as if they were physical forms of property actually threaten to decrease creativity, limit public access to creativity, and discourage collaborative creativity. “Newton should have had to pay a license fee before being allowed even to see how tall the ‘shoulders of giants’ were, let alone to stand upon them,” he writes.

The contributors to CODE, from such diverse fields as economics, anthropology, law, and software development, examine collaborative creativity from a variety of perspectives, looking at new and old forms of creative collaboration and the mechanisms emerging to study them. Discussing the philosophically resonant issues of ownership, property, and the commons, they ask if the increasing application of the language of property rights to knowledge and creativity constitutes a second enclosure movement — or if the worldwide acclaim for free software signifies a renaissance of the commons. Two concluding chapters offer concrete possibilities for both alternatives, with one proposing the establishment of “positive intellectual rights” to information and another issuing a warning against the threats to networked knowledge posed by globalization.
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_J. K Gibson-Graham/Stephen A Resnick/Richard D Wolff____Re/Presenting Class: Essays in Postmodern Marxism

[Duke University Press_2001]

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_J. K. Gibson-Graham____A Postcapitalist Politics

[Univ Of Minnesota Press_2006]

Is there life after capitalism? In this creatively argued follow-up to their book The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It), J. K. Gibson-Graham offer already existing alternatives to a global capitalist order and outline strategies for building alternative economies.

A Postcapitalist Politics reveals a prolific landscape of economic diversity—one that is not exclusively or predominantly capitalist—and examines the challenges and successes of alternative economic interventions. Gibson-Graham bring together political economy, feminist poststructuralism, and economic activism to foreground the ethical decisions, as opposed to structural imperatives, that construct economic “development” pathways. Marshalling empirical evidence from local economic projects and action research in the United States, Australia, and Asia, they produce a distinctive political imaginary with three intersecting moments: a politics of language, of the subject, and of collective action. In the face of an almost universal sense of surrender to capitalist globalization, this book demonstrates that postcapitalist subjects, economies, and communities can be fostered. The authors describe a politics of possibility that can build different economies in place and over space. They urge us to confront the forces that stand in the way of economic experimentation and to explore different ways of moving from theory to action.

J. K. Gibson-Graham is the pen name of Katherine Gibson and Julie Graham, feminist economic geographers who work, respectively, at the Australian National University in Canberra and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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_J.K. Gibson-Graham____The End Of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy

[Univ Of Minnesota Press_2006]

In the mid-1990s, at the height of academic discussion about the inevitability of capitalist globalization, J. K. Gibson-Graham presented a groundbreaking and controversial argument for envisioning alternative economies. This new edition includes an introduction in which the authors address critical responses to The End of Capitalism and outline the economic research and activism they have been engaged in since the book was first published.

“Paralyzing problems are banished by this dazzlingly lucid, creative, and practical rethinking of class and economic transformation.” —Meaghan Morris, Lingnan University, Hong Kong

“Profoundly imaginative.” —Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, City University of New York “Filled with insights, it is clearly written and well supported with good examples of actual, deconstructive practices.” —International Journal of Urban and Regional Research

J. K. Gibson-Graham is the pen name of Katherine Gibson and Julie Graham, feminist economic geographers who work, respectively, at the Australian National University in Canberra and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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_James Gillies/Robert Cailliau____How the Web was Born: The Story of the World Wide Web

[Oxford University Press, USA_2000]

It’s hard to believe that there was a time–not long ago–when the digital fairyland of commerce, soapboxing, and pornography called the World Wide Web was just a file-sharing tool for nerds, but there’s a first time for everything. How the Web Was Born, by CERN’s James Gillies and Robert Cailliau, follows the trail from the dawn of ARPANet through the mid-90s, just as the Web boom was beginning to take off in earnest. That may seem like an odd ending point, but the post-1995 story has already been told ad nauseam, and the writers know how to quit while they’re ahead. The story is told from widely varying viewpoints and across shifting timelines as the various players are introduced and observed; this adds some complexity to the narrative, but yields a truer picture of the team efforts required to devise and launch the Web. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Marc Andreesen, Tim Berners-Lee (of course), and many more, figure prominently in the interwoven tales, and are briefly summarized in an abridged cast list at the end of the book, along with a paper and electronic bibliography. The book assumes some knowledge and interest on the part of the reader and saves its big-picture context for the end, but provides reader motivation both by its subject’s inherent interest and the recurrent personalization of the story. Neither textbook nor CERN propaganda, How the Web Was Born offers an engagingly networked collection of characters that, like their invention, creates something larger than the sum of its parts. –Rob Lightner
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_Paul Gilroy____Postcolonial Melancholia

[Columbia University Press_2006]

In an effort to deny the ongoing effect of colonialism and imperialism on contemporary political life, the death knell for a multicultural society has been sounded from all sides. That’s the provocative argument Paul Gilroy makes in this unorthodox defense of the multiculture. Gilroy’s searing analyses of race, politics, and culture have always remained attentive to the material conditions of black people and the ways in which blacks have defaced the “clean edifice of white supremacy.” In Postcolonial Melancholia, he continues the conversation he began in the landmark study of race and nation ‘There Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack’ by once again departing from conventional wisdom to examine — and defend — multiculturalism within the context of the post-9/11 “politics of security.”
This book adapts the concept of melancholia from its Freudian origins and applies it not to individual grief but to the social pathology of neoimperialist politics. The melancholic reactions that have obstructed the process of working through the legacy of colonialism are implicated not only in hostility and violence directed at blacks, immigrants, and aliens but in an inability to value the ordinary, unruly multiculture that has evolved organically and unnoticed in urban centers. Drawing on the seminal discussions of race begun by Frantz Fanon, W. E. B. DuBois, and George Orwell, Gilroy crafts a nuanced argument with far-reaching implications. Ultimately, Postcolonial Melancholia goes beyond the idea of mere tolerance to propose that it is possible to celebrate the multiculture and live with otherness without becoming anxious, fearful, or violent.

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_Vjekoslav Glavač____Uvod u globalnu ekologiju

[Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada : Ministarstvo zaštite okoliša i prostornog uređenja : Pučko otvoreno učilište_2001]

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_Edouard Glissant____Caribbean Discourse

[University Press of Virginia_1991]

Selected essays from the rich and complex collection of Edouard Glissant, one of the most prominent writers and intellectuals of the Caribbean, examine the psychological, sociological, and philosophical implications of cultural dependency.
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_Vladimir Goati____Partijski mozak Srbije 1990-1996

[Beogradski krug / Akapit_1997]

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_Emma Goldman____Članci, pamfleti i eseji

[Marko Strpić_1999]

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_Richard Goldstein____The Attack Queers: Liberal Society and the Gay Right

[Verso_2002]

For most of its history, the American gay movement has been part of the democratic Left. Gay liberation’s founders were Communists, and its activist core is still overwhelmingly progressive. But in recent years, a more affluent group of gay men has begun to make its mark. Though they are a minority in the queer community (which includes people of all races, classes and genders), conservatives have become the loudest gay voices in the mainstream media. With their withering contempt for feminism and radical politics, these “gayocons” are changing the movement’s public image. Unless their rise is met by a persuasive critique, they may also alter its heart and soul. Attack Queers offers such a critique. It describes how the gay Right agenda differs from the one the queer community has long embraced. Never abandoning its analysis of the complex relationship between homosexuals and liberal society, the book examines the conflict between liberationists and assimilationists that has raged since the Stonewall era, and explores how political success tipped the balance and facilitated the rise of the gay Right. Finally this book offers an alternative to gay conservatism grounded in queer humanism, a distinct sensibility that has been a major force in progressive thought for more than a century.
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_Philip Goodchild____Capitalism and Religion: The Price of Piety

[Routledge_2002]

Our global ecological crisis demands that we question the rationality of the culture that has caused it: Western modernity’s global free market capitalism. Goodchild develops arguments from Nietzsche, Adorno and Horkheimer to suggests that our love of Western modernity is an expression of a piety and that it has become a global religion in practice, if not always in belief. He condemns modernity, presenting a philosophical alternative that demands attention from philosophers, critical theorists, philosophers of religion, theologians and those in ecological politics.

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_Jack Goody____The Theft of History

[Cambridge University Press_2007]

Professor Jack Goody builds on his own previous work to extend further his highly influential critique of what he sees as the pervasive eurocentric or occidentalist biases of so much western historical writing. Goody also examines the consequent ‘theft’ by the West of the achievements of other cultures in the invention of (notably) democracy, capitalism, individualism, and love. The Theft of History discusses a number of theorists in detail, including Marx, Weber and Norbert Elias, and engages with critical admiration western historians like Fernand Braudel, Moses Finlay and Perry Anderson. Major questions of method are raised, and Goody proposes a new comparative methodology for cross-cultural analysis, one that gives a much more sophisticated basis for assessing divergent historical outcomes, and replaces outmoded simple differences between East and West. The Theft of History will be read by an unusually wide audience of historians, anthropologists and social theorists.
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_Peter Gordon____Rosenzweig and Heidegger: Between Judaism and German Philosophy

[University of California Press_2005]

Franz Rosenzweig (1886-1929) is widely regarded today as one of the most original and intellectually challenging figures within the so-called renaissance of German-Jewish thought in the Weimar period. The architect of a unique kind of existential theology, and an important influence upon such philosophers as Walter Benjamin, Martin Buber, Leo Strauss, and Emmanuel Levinas, Rosenzweig is remembered chiefly as a “Jewish thinker,” often to the neglect of his broader philosophical concerns. Cutting across the artificial divide that the traumatic memory of National Socialism has drawn between German and Jewish philosophy, this book seeks to restore Rosenzweig’s thought to the German philosophical horizon in which it first took shape. It is the first English-language study to explore Rosenzweig’s enduring debt to Hegel’s political theory, neo-Kantianism, and life-philosophy; the book also provides a new, systematic reading of Rosenzweig’s major work, The Star of Redemption.
Most of all, the book sets out to explore a surprising but deep affinity between Rosenzweig’s thought and that of his contemporary, the German philosopher Martin Heidegger. Resisting both apologetics and condemnation, Gordon suggests that Heidegger’s engagement with Nazism should not obscure the profound and intellectually compelling bond in the once-shared tradition of modern German and Jewish thought. A remarkably lucid discussion of two notably difficult thinkers, this book represents an eloquent attempt to bridge the forced distinction between modern Jewish thought and the history of modern German philosophy–and to show that such a distinction cannot be sustained without doing violence to both.
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_Mike Gould/Tomislav Hengl____The unofficial guide for authors

[_2006]

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_Stephen Jay Gould____Čovjek po mjeri : kvocijent inteligencije i druge zablude

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2003]

Sažetak: 
Čovjek po mjeri već je po prvom izdanju pozdravljen kao remek-djelo, odlučan odgovor svima koji žele klasificirati ljude i rangirati ih prema njihovim tobožnjim genskim prednostima i manama. No, ideja o zadanim ograničenjima – biologija kao sudbina – odumire teško i sporo, i danas je možda još prisutnija u znanstvenom i popularnom štivu. Ova povijest mjerenja intelektualne i moralne vrijednosti pojedinca čita se kao krimić, ali Čovjek po mjeri ima itekako jasan cilj: suprotstaviti se svakom pokušaju svođenja čovjeka na nasljednu i nepromjenjivu mjeru, i pritom raskrinkati licemjerje znanstvenika od kraniometričara devetnaestog stoljeća do suvremenih mjeritelja inteligencije koji nas uvjeravaju da su nam našli mjeru koja će nas i naše potomke pratiti do kraja života. “Rijetka knjiga – istodobno veoma važna i pravi užitak za čitanje… Gould donosi fascinantnu povijesnu studiju znanstvenog rasizma, kojeg prati … do hereditarne teorije kvocijenta inteligencije. Ilustrirajući i logičku nedosljednost teorija i razne zloupotrebe podataka, slučaj po slučaj, … ovo djelo je golem doprinos znanstvenoj literaturi.” – Saturday Review

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_Oliver Grau____Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion (Leonardo Books)

[The MIT Press_2003]

Although many people view virtual reality as a totally new phenomenon, it has its foundations in an unrecognized history of immersive images. Indeed, the search for illusionary visual space can be traced back to antiquity. In this book, Oliver Grau shows how virtual art fits into the art history of illusion and immersion. He describes the metamorphosis of the concepts of art and the image and relates those concepts to interactive art, interface design, agents, telepresence, and image evolution. Grau retells art history as media history, helping us to understand the phenomenon of virtual reality beyond the hype.

Grau shows how each epoch used the technical means available to produce maximum illusion. He discusses frescoes such as those in the Villa dei Misteri in Pompeii and the gardens of the Villa Livia near Primaporta, Renaissance and Baroque illusion spaces, and panoramas, which were the most developed form of illusion achieved through traditional methods of painting and the mass image medium before film. Through a detailed analysis of perhaps the most important German panorama, Anton von Werner’s 1883 The Battle of Sedan, Grau shows how immersion produced emotional responses. He traces immersive cinema through Cinerama, Sensorama, Expanded Cinema, 3-D, Omnimax and IMAX, and the head mounted display with its military origins. He also examines those characteristics of virtual reality that distinguish it from earlier forms of illusionary art. His analysis draws on the work of contemporary artists and groups ART+COM, Maurice Benayoun, Charlotte Davies, Monika Fleischmann, Ken Goldberg, Agnes Hegedues, Eduardo Kac, Knowbotic Research, Laurent Mignonneau, Michael Naimark, Simon Penny, Daniela Plewe, Paul Sermon, Jeffrey Shaw, Karl Sims, Christa Sommerer, and Wolfgang Strauss. Grau offers not just a history of illusionary space but also a theoretical framework for analyzing its phenomenologies, functions, and strategies throughout history and into the future.
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_Victoria de Grazia____Irresistible Empire: America’s Advance Through Twentieth-Century Europe

[Belknap Press_2005]

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_Ivan Grdešić____Osnove analize javnih politika : policy – analiza

[Fakultet političkih znanosti_2006]

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_Marta Gregorčič/Gorazd Kovačič____Ne NATO : mir nam dajte!

[Mirovni inštitut, Inštitut za sodobne družbene in politične študije_2002]

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_Malcolm Le Grice____Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age (BFI Film Classics)

[British Film Institute_2002]

The clamor over new digital technologies has obscured the fact that filmmakers have experimented with computers for several decades. One of the most notable of these is Malcolm Le Grice, a pioneer of “structural film” in the 1970s whose first video and computer works were exhibited in the late 60s.
Le Grice, author in 1974 of Abstract Film and Beyond, has been writing about experimental cinema and digital art since the late 60s. His is one of the most sustained bodies of theoretical work in the area. This collection of his most notable essays sheds light on the work of other artists and filmmakers and documents a period, especially the 70s, when artists’ film was at the center of fierce and polemical debate about the nature of the avant-garde and the future of radical or experimental film.
Including a preface by Sean Cubitt, a new overview by the author, and introductory prefaces to each section, this book is a fascinating historical account of an artist’s thinking over three decades. It also makes a substantial contribution to vital contemporary debates about film, video, art and new technology.
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_Sian Griffiths____Predviđanja : trideset velikih umova o budućnosti

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2000]

Sažetak: 
Knjiga donosi predviđanja o dvadeset i prvom stoljeću tridesetoro velikih suvremenih mislilaca. Među autorima nalaze se nobelovci, kultni intelektualci, vrhunski znanstvenici, pisci bestselera.
Predviđanja daju nacrt otkrića i promjena što ih zastupljeni autori očekuju, u području kojim se bave, ali i izvan njega.
Uz predviđanja samih autora, pisanih posebno za ovu prigodu, knjiga sadrži njihove fotografije te uredničke profile autora u kojima se kontekstualizira njihov rad i objašnjavaju njihove znanstvene pozicije i nalazi.
Teme su raznorodne – od budućnosti Afrike do svemirskih putovanja, od misterija svijesti do uspostave banke plodnosti, od prava životinja do interakcije djece s elektroničkim igračkama.
Riječ je o provokativnoj i inspirativnoj knjizi u kojoj se predlažu smjernice sadašnjosti i budućnosti u širokom rasponu područja.
Knjigu je preveo Ognjen Strpić
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_Uroš Grilc____O filozofiji pisave

[Društvo za teoretsko psihoanalizo_2001]

KAZALO

1. *,
Pozicija
Razlika
Grafem
Ločitev
Mišljenje-glas
Označenec in označevalci
La langue/la parole/l’ecriture
Struktura in diseminacija

II. PISAVA IN MIT
Mythos in logos
Telo ali truplo?
Prisila dopolnila
Farmacija in filozofija
Zunaj/znotraj in izvorna kontaminacija
Ponavljanje označevalca
Logos-pharmakon
Pharmakos

III. PISAVA IN PODVAJANJE
Metalepsis
Dve pisavi
Biblia tes psyches
Mimesis
Dopolnilni dvojnik
Metafora in pisava

IV. RAZLIKA IN TRANSCENDENTALNO
»Med« med genezo in strukturo
Strikcija in »jaz«
Kvazi-transcendentalno

V. IZVORNA ITERACIJA
Znamek kot zaznamek
Utor in frivolnost
Lastno ime
Signatura
Signatura in resigniranje
Iterabilnost in restance
Kontaminacija kot afirmacija
…razpotja…
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_Evelyne Grossman____L’angoisse de penser

[Minuit_2008]

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_Wendy M. Grossman____Net.Wars

[New York University Press_1997]

In net.wars, Wendy Grossman accomplishes two things: She dissects and explains today’s most controversial Internet issues and she thankfully explodes the myth that there were ever “good old days,” when the Net was just one big happy virtual family. Grossman turns a well-tuned reporter’s eye to the areas that generate the greatest amount of heat. She doesn’t pretend to be a dispassionate observer, making neither bones nor apologies about being an enthusiastic netizen herself. She does, however, carefully examine all sides of each issue and she presents issues clearly before expressing her own opinion.
Grossman presents many of the issues you would expect, such as sex on the Net, the proper limitations of information security, hackers as heroes and villains, online sexism, and the dispute on the right to privacy versus the need for law enforcement. However, she also addresses less dramatic but equally fascinating issues, such as the debate between those who view the Net as an all-inclusive level society and those who are intolerant of newcomers and their mistakes. And then there’s the world’s newest form of bigotry–siteism–in which practitioners discriminate against a poster because they dislike the access provider the poster uses.
Rather than simply looking at the philosophical and ethical issues involved, Grossman presents the history of the various controversies, explaining landmark developments and detailing how each issue evolved into the “Net war” we see today. One example is the issue of “copyright terrorists,” those who have applied old-technology definitions of intellectual rights in ways that others perceive as inhibiting free speech or as halting the fair use of knowledge. Here, the defining development in the controversy was a battle between the Church of Scientology and its opponents, where the worst casualties were, as in many real-life wars, those caught in between. Grossman traces the evolution of the battle step by step, presenting the views of key players on all sides and showing how laws intended for traditional media can have unexpected consequences when applied to the Internet. Entire volumes have been written about many of the issues discussed here, but this short book is enough to give readers an excellent grounding in all of them.

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_Elizabeth Grosz____Time Travels : Feminism, Nature, Power

[Duke University Press_2005]

Recently, the distinguished feminist theorist Elizabeth Grosz has turned her critical acumen toward rethinking time and duration. Time Travels brings her trailblazing essays together to show how reconceptualizing temporality transforms and revitalizes key scholarly and political projects. In these essays, Grosz demonstrates how imagining different relations between the past, present, and future alters understandings of social and scientific projects ranging from theories of justice to evolutionary biology, and she explores the radical implications of the reordering of these projects for feminist, queer, and critical race theories.

Grosz’s reflections on how rethinking time might generate new understandings of nature, culture, subjectivity, and politics are wide-ranging. She moves from a compelling argument that Charles Darwin’s notion of biological and cultural evolution can potentially benefit feminist, queer, and antiracist agendas to an exploration of modern jurisprudence’s reliance on the notion that justice is only immanent in the future and thus is always beyond reach. She examines Henri Bergson’s philosophy of duration in light of the writings of Gilles Deleuze, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and William James, and she discusses issues of sexual difference, identity, pleasure, and desire in relation to the thought of Friedrich Nietzsche, Michel Foucault, Deleuze, and Luce Irigaray. Together, these essays demonstrate the broad scope and applicability of Grosz’s thinking about time as an under-theorized but uniquely productive force.

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_Elizabeth Grosz____Volatile Bodies: Toward a Corporeal Feminism

[Indiana University Press_1994]

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_Boris Groys____Kunst-Kommentare

[Passagen Verlag_1997]

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_Boris Groys____Art Power

[MIT Press_2008]

Art has its own power in the world, and is as much a force in the power play of global politics today as it once was in the arena of cold war politics. Art, argues distinguished theoretician Boris Groys, is hardly a powerless commodity subject to the art market’s fiats of inclusion and exclusion. In Art Power, Groys examines modern and contemporary art according to its ideological function. Art, Groys writes, is produced and brought before the public in two ways–as a commodity and as a tool of political propaganda. In the contemporary art scene, very little attention is paid to the latter function; the official and unofficial art of the former Soviet Union and other former Socialist states, for example, is largely excluded from the field of institutionally recognized art, usually on moral grounds (although, Groys points out, criticism of the morality of the market never leads to calls for a similar exclusion of art produced under market conditions).

Arguing for the inclusion of politically motivated art in contemporary art discourse, Groys considers art produced under totalitarianism, Socialism, and post-Communism. He also considers today’s mainstream Western art–which he finds behaving more and more according to the norms of ideological propaganda: produced and exhibited for the masses at international exhibitions, biennials, and festivals. Contemporary art, Groys argues, demonstrates its power by appropriating the iconoclastic gestures directed against itself–by positioning itself simultaneously as an image and as a critique of the image. In Art Power, Groys examines this fundamental appropriation that produces the paradoxical object of the modern artwork.
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_Boris Groys____Politik der Unsterblichkeit. Vier Gespräche mit Thomas Knofel.

[Hanser Belletristik_2002]

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_Boris Groys____Zurück aus der Zukunft

[Suhrkamp Verlag KG_2005]

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_Boris Groys____Topologie der Kunst

[Hanser, Carl GmbH + Co._2003]

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_Marina Gržinić____Stelarc

[Maska_2002]

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_Marina Gržinić____The last futurist show

[Maska_2001]

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_Marina Gržinić____Fiction Reconstructed. Eastern Europe, Post-Socialism & The Retro-Avantgarde

[edition selene_2000]

The point of departure is a difference between Eastern and Western Europe that I try to conceptualize philosophically, insisting on a difference – a critical difference within and not a special classification method marking the process of grounding differences. This book can be perceived as a radical theorization of a particular (Eastern European) position; here positioning means repoliticization. Fiction Reconstructed offers a very detailed inquiry into specific Post-Socialist art and media strategies.
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_Marina Gržinić/Gunther Heeg____Mind the Map! History Is Not Given. A Critical Anthology Based on the Symposium

[Revolver_2006]

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_Joseph P. Guiltinan/Gordon W. Paul____Marketing Management: Strategies and Programs

[Mcgraw-Hill College_1993]

Unlike most marketing management texts that are overly descriptive and repetitious of prior coursework, this brief text focuses on the middle management marketing decisions students are most likely to encounter in their careers. The text emphasizes fundamental processes to help students develop the ability to apply marketing theories and concepts to decision-making situations. A talented new coauthor, Thomas Madden of the University of South Carolina, Columbia, has been added to the team. Discussions of such important areas as market segmentation, quality, customer service, brand equity, sales promotion, direct marketing, and database marketing have been substantially strengthened. The majority of minicases, which conclude each chapter are new and involve current, high-interest subjects.
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_Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht/Friedrich A Kittler/Bernhard Siegert____Der Dichter als Kommandant: D’Annunzio erobert Fiume

[W. Fink_1996]

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  1. _Alexander R. Galloway____Gaming : Essays On Algorithmic Culture
  2. _Alexander R. Galloway____Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization (Leonardo Books)
  3. _Alexander R. Galloway/Eugene Thacker____The Exploit: A Theory of Networks
  4. _Milan Galović____Moda
  5. _Joshua Gamson____Freaks Talk Back: Tabloid Talk Shows and Sexual Nonconformity
  6. _Howard Gardner____Promijeniti mišljenje
  7. _Rodolphe Gasche____The Honor of Thinking: Critique, Theory, Philosophy
  8. _Rodolphe Gasche____Of Minimal Things: Studies on the Notion of Relation
  9. _Rodolphe Gasche____The Idea of Form: Rethinking Kant’s Aesthetics
  10. _Ernest Gellner____Uvjeti slobode
  11. _Gary Genosko____Felix Guattari: An Aberrant Introduction
  12. _Dominique Gerbaud____Vivre en citoyens actifs (Vivre avec ; 4)
  13. _Rishab Aiyer Ghosh____CODE : Collaborative Ownership and the Digital Economy
  14. _J. K Gibson-Graham/Stephen A Resnick/Richard D Wolff____Re/Presenting Class: Essays in Postmodern Marxism
  15. _J. K. Gibson-Graham____A Postcapitalist Politics
  16. _J.K. Gibson-Graham____The End Of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy
  17. _James Gillies/Robert Cailliau____How the Web was Born: The Story of the World Wide Web
  18. _Paul Gilroy____Postcolonial Melancholia
  19. _Vjekoslav Glavač____Uvod u globalnu ekologiju
  20. _Edouard Glissant____Caribbean Discourse
  21. _Vladimir Goati____Partijski mozak Srbije 1990-1996
  22. _Emma Goldman____Članci, pamfleti i eseji
  23. _Richard Goldstein____The Attack Queers: Liberal Society and the Gay Right
  24. _Philip Goodchild____Capitalism and Religion: The Price of Piety
  25. _Jack Goody____The Theft of History
  26. _Peter Gordon____Rosenzweig and Heidegger: Between Judaism and German Philosophy
  27. _Mike Gould/Tomislav Hengl____The unofficial guide for authors
  28. _Stephen Jay Gould____Čovjek po mjeri : kvocijent inteligencije i druge zablude
  29. _Oliver Grau____Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion (Leonardo Books)
  30. _Victoria de Grazia____Irresistible Empire: America’s Advance Through Twentieth-Century Europe
  31. _Ivan Grdešić____Osnove analize javnih politika : policy – analiza
  32. _Marta Gregorčič/Gorazd Kovačič____Ne NATO : mir nam dajte!
  33. _Malcolm Le Grice____Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age (BFI Film Classics)
  34. _Sian Griffiths____Predviđanja : trideset velikih umova o budućnosti
  35. _Uroš Grilc____O filozofiji pisave
  36. _Evelyne Grossman____L’angoisse de penser
  37. _Wendy M. Grossman____Net.Wars
  38. _Elizabeth Grosz____Time Travels : Feminism, Nature, Power
  39. _Elizabeth Grosz____Volatile Bodies: Toward a Corporeal Feminism
  40. _Boris Groys____Kunst-Kommentare
  41. _Boris Groys____Art Power
  42. _Boris Groys____Politik der Unsterblichkeit. Vier Gespräche mit Thomas Knofel.
  43. _Boris Groys____Zurück aus der Zukunft
  44. _Boris Groys____Topologie der Kunst
  45. _Marina Gržinić____Stelarc
  46. _Marina Gržinić____The last futurist show
  47. _Marina Gržinić____Fiction Reconstructed. Eastern Europe, Post-Socialism & The Retro-Avantgarde
  48. _Marina Gržinić/Gunther Heeg____Mind the Map! History Is Not Given. A Critical Anthology Based on the Symposium
  49. _Joseph P. Guiltinan/Gordon W. Paul____Marketing Management: Strategies and Programs
  50. _Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht/Friedrich A Kittler/Bernhard Siegert____Der Dichter als Kommandant: D’Annunzio erobert Fiume
  51. _Jürgen Habermas____Zwischen Naturalismus und Religion
  52. _Jürgen Habermas____Postmetafizičko mišljenje
  53. _Jason Hackworth____The Neoliberal City: Governance, Ideology, And Development in American Urbanism
  54. _Pierre Hadot____Philosophy As a Way of Life : Spriritual Exercises from Socrates to Foucault
  55. _Michael Hagemeister/Boris Groys____Die neue Menschheit
  56. _George Haggerty____Encyclopedia of Gay Histories and Cultures: Volume 2
  57. _David Hakken____Cyborgs@Cyberspace?: An Ethnographer Looks to the Future
  58. _Constance Hale/Jessie Scanlon____Wired Style
  59. _Peter Hallward____Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide and the Politics of Containment
  60. _Peter Hallward____Out of this World: Deleuze and the Philosophy of Creation
  61. _Peter Hallward____Badiou: A Subject to Truth
  62. _Peter Hallward____Absolutely Postcolonial: Writing Between the Singular and the Specific
  63. _David M. Halperin____How to Do the History of Homosexuality
  64. _Aage Hansen-Löve/Boris Groys____Am Nullpunkt
  65. _Beatrice Hanssen____Critique of Violence : Between Poststructuralism and Critical Theory
  66. _Mikael Hård/Thomas J Misa____Urban Machinery: Inside Modern European Cities
  67. _Michael Hardt/Antonio Negri____Empire
  68. _Michael Hardt/Antonio Negri____Labor of Dionysus: A Critique of the State-Form (Theory Out of Bounds)
  69. _Kristen Haring____Ham Radio’s Technical Culture
  70. _Graham Harman____Tool-Being: Heidegger and the Metaphysics of Objects
  71. _Thomas L. Harris____Value-Added Public Relations: The Secret Weapon of Integrated Marketing
  72. _Robert Pogue Harrison____The Dominion of the Dead
  73. _Kevin Hart____The Dark Gaze: Maurice Blanchot and the Sacred
  74. _Frank Hartmann____Mediologie
  75. _David Harvey____The New Imperialism (Clarendon Lectures in Geography and Environmental Studies)
  76. _David Harvey____Spaces of Global Capitalism: A Theory of Uneven Geographical Development
  77. _David Harvey____Spaces of Hope (California Studies in Critical Human Geography, 7)
  78. _David Harvey____A Brief History of Neoliberalism
  79. _Anselm Haverkamp____Latenzzeit
  80. _Friedrich August Hayek____Individualizam i ekonomski poredak : kritička analiza socijalističke ekonomije i plaidoyer za očuvanje “istinskog individualizma”
  81. _Friedrich August Hayek____Put u ropstvo
  82. _John M. Heaton____Wittgenstein i psihoanaliza
  83. _G.W.F. Hegel____Predavanja o estetiki – Uvod
  84. _G.W.F. Hegel____Predavanja o estetiki – Dramska poezija
  85. _Martin Heidegger____Aristoteles, Metaphysik Theta 1-3
  86. _Anne von der Heiden____Der Jude als Medium. “Jud Süß”
  87. _Thekla Heineke/Sandra Umathum____Christoph Schlingensiefs ‘ Nazis rein’
  88. _Daniel Heller-Roazen____Echolalias: On the Forgetting of Language
  89. _Daniel Heller-Roazen____The Inner Touch: Archaeology of a Sensation
  90. _Daniel Heller-Roazen____Fortune’s Faces: The Roman de la Rose and the Poetics of Contingency
  91. _Michel Henry____I Am the Truth: Toward a Philosophy of Christianity
  92. _Edward S. Herman/Noam Chomsky____Manufacturing Consent
  93. _Douglas B. Herron____Marketing Nonprofit Programs and Services
  94. _Charlotte Hess/Elinor Ostrom____Understanding Knowledge as a Commons: From Theory to Practice
  95. _Sanjaya Hettihewa____Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 2.0 in 21 Days
  96. _Pekka Himamen____Hakerska etika
  97. _Charles Hirschkind____The Ethical Soundscape: Cassette Sermons And Islamic Counterpublics
  98. _Thomas Hobbes____Čovek i građanin
  99. _Amir Hodžić____Značaj roda u stavovima i seksualnom ponašanju adolescenata i adolescentica
  100. _Douglas R. Hofstadter____Godel, Escher, Bach : An Eternal Golden Braid
  101. _Tom Holert/Mark Terkessidis____Entsichert. Krieg als Massenkultur im 21. Jahrhundert
  102. _Tom Holert/Mark Terkessidis____Fliehkraft. Gesellschaft in Bewegung – Von Migranten und Touristen
  103. _Max Hollein/Jesper N. Jorgensen/Daniel Birnbaum/Jesper N. Jørgensen____Frequencies [Hz]
  104. _John Holloway____Change the World Without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today
  105. _Brian Holmes____Hijeroglifi budućnosti
  106. _Axel Honneth____Unsichtbarkeit. Stationen einer Theorie der Intersubjektivität
  107. _Axel Honneth____Verdinglichung
  108. _Laura J. Hoptman/Tomáš Pospiszyl____Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since the 1950s
  109. _John Horgan____Kraj znanosti
  110. _Christopher Horrocks____Marshall McLuhan i virtualnost
  111. _William Horton____The Icon Book: Visual Symbols for Computer Systems and Documentation
  112. _Srećko Horvat____Protiv političke korektnosti: od Kramera do Laibacha, i natrag
  113. _Emil Hrvatin____Teorije sodobnega plesa
  114. _Juraj Hrženjak____Rušenje antifašističkih spomenika u Hrvatskoj 1990-2000
  115. _Andrew Huang____Hacking the Xbox: An Introduction to Reverse Engineering
  116. _Michael Hudson____Super Imperialism – New Edition: The Origin and Fundamentals of U.S. World Dominance
  117. _Lew Hunter____Scenarij 434
  118. _Natasha Hurley/Steven Bruhm____Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children
  119. _Nasser Hussain____The Jurisprudence of Emergency: Colonialism and the Rule of Law

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_Jürgen Habermas____Zwischen Naturalismus und Religion

[Suhrkamp Verlag KG_2005]

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_Jürgen Habermas____Postmetafizičko mišljenje

[Beogradski krug_2002]

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_Jason Hackworth____The Neoliberal City: Governance, Ideology, And Development in American Urbanism

[Cornell University Press_2006]

The shift in the ideological winds toward a “free-market” economy has brought profound effects in urban areas. The Neoliberal City presents an overview of the effect of these changes on today’s cities. The term “neoliberalism” was originally used in reference to a set of practices that first-world institutions like the IMF and World Bank impose on third-world countries and cities. The support of unimpeded trade and individual freedoms and the discouragement of state regulation and social spending are the putative centerpieces of this vision. More and more, though, people have come to recognize that first-world cities are undergoing the same processes.
In The Neoliberal City, Jason Hackworth argues that neoliberal policies are in fact having a profound effect on the nature and direction of urbanization in the United States and other wealthy countries, and that much can be learned from studying its effect. He explores the impact that neoliberalism has had on three aspects of urbanization in the United States: governance, urban form, and social movements. The American inner city is seen as a crucial battle zone for the wider neoliberal transition primarily because it embodies neoliberalism’s antithesis, Keynesian egalitarian liberalism. Focusing on issues such as gentrification in New York City; public-housing policy in New York, Chicago, and Seattle; downtown redevelopment in Phoenix; and urban-landscape change in New Brunswick, N.J., Hackworth shows us how material and symbolic changes to institutions, neighborhoods, and entire urban regions can be traced in part to the rise of neoliberalism.

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_Pierre Hadot____Philosophy As a Way of Life : Spriritual Exercises from Socrates to Foucault

[Blackwell Publishing, Incorporated_1995]

Pierre Hadot is arguably one of the most influential and wide-ranging historians of ancient philosophy writing today. As well as having an important influence on the work of Michel Foucault, Hadot’s work has been pivotal in the development of contemporary French philosophy. His work is currently concerned with a redefinition of modern philosophy through a study of ancient life and ancient philosophical texts. This book presents a history of spiritual exercises from Socrates to early Christianity, an account of their decline in modern philosophy, and a discussion of the different conceptions of philosophy that have accompanied the trajectory and fate of the theory and practice of spiritual exercises. Hadot’s book demonstrates the extent to which philosophy has been, and still is, above all else a way of seeing and of being in the world.
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_Michael Hagemeister/Boris Groys____Die neue Menschheit

[Suhrkamp Verlag KG_2005]

Um 1900 entwarfen russische Autoren radikale Projekte einer totalen Umgestaltung des Lebens, vor deren Hintergrund heutige Biopolitikdebatten geradezu bescheiden wirken. So ersann Fedorow das “Projekt der gemeinsamen Tat”, dessen Ziel es war, mittels moderner Technik alle Toten künstlich auferstehen zu lassen; die “Biokosmisten” proklamierten den Kommunismus als Weg zur Erlangung der Unsterblichkeit und Tsiolkowski, der Vater des sowjetischen Raketenprogramms, hatte die Vision, andere Planeten mit auferstandenen Menschen zu bevölkern. Der Band stellt diese und andere biopolitisch-utopischen Entwürfe vor und veranschaulicht die hierzulande kaum wahrgenommene ideologische Komponente der kommunistischen Weltanschauung, die bis in die postkommunistische Gegenwart wirkt.
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_George Haggerty____Encyclopedia of Gay Histories and Cultures: Volume 2

[Garland_1999]

A rich heritage that needs to be documented 

Beginning in 1869, when the study of homosexuality can be said to have begun with the establishment of sexology, this encyclopedia offers accounts of the most important international developments in an area that now occupies a critical place in many fields of academic endeavors. It covers a long history and a dynamic and ever changing present, while opening up the academic profession to new scholarship and new ways of thinking.

A groundbreaking new approach
While gays and lesbians have shared many aspects of life, their histories and cultures developed in profoundly different ways. To reflect this crucial fact, the encyclopedia has been prepared in two separate volumes assuring that both histories receive full, unbiased attention and that a broad range of human experience is covered.

Written for and by a wide range of people 
Intended as a reference for students and scholars in all fields, as well as for the generalpublic, the encyclopedia is written in user-friendly language. At the same time it maintains a high level of scholarship that incorporates both passion and objectivity. It is written by some of the most famous names in the field, as well as new scholars, whose research continues to advance gender studies into the future.

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_David Hakken____Cyborgs@Cyberspace?: An Ethnographer Looks to the Future

[Routledge_1999]

Cyborgs@Cyberspace? is a compelling and innovative analysis of technology from a cultural perspective. It turns an anthropological eye on the growing phenomenon of cyberspace to address some of the pressing questions of the Computer Age: How significant are the social practices which emerge from our increasing use of advanced information technology? Are the cultural infrastructures of cyberspace destined to be the primary arena of human activity in the future? And what are the possibilities and dangers that arise from our use and misuse of computer culture? 

Arguing that humans have always been technological as well as cultural beings, David Hakken calls for a fundamental rethinking of the traditional separation of anthropology and technical studies. Drawing on three decades of research on contemporary technological societies, this book outlines a fresh way of thinking about technology and offers an ethical and political response to the challenge of truly living as “cyborgs” in the age of cyberspace.

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_Constance Hale/Jessie Scanlon____Wired Style

[Broadway_1999]

Remarkably more down-to-earth than its predecessor, the revised Wired Style guide is a handy little reference for digerati, or those who think they are. This version is much more accessible to general Internet users, not unlike the Web, which has become more mainstream in the three years since the original publication was released. (The previous edition was criticized for its pomposity and near-incomprehensibility.) This revision still delivers the inside scoop, though. You’ll not only learn how to talk about cyberspace (for example, you can read about the evolution of the term “email” and why Wired prefers it without the hyphen), you’ll also get an encyclopedic listing of all the trendy lingo that describes it.
Geared heavily toward high-tech communications writers but of use to any Web surfer, this pocket-size manual employs a very simple structure: it contains a short and well-organized discussion on writing technical material clearly and interestingly; a compact but thorough dictionary of relevant terms; a brief style FAQ (with answers to questions such as, “What’s the deal with all those capital letters in the middle of words?”); and a petite index.
The introduction offers 10 “Principles for Writing Well in the Digital Age,” encouraging you to “play with voice,” “capture the colloquial,” and “flaunt your subcultural literacy,” all trademarks of Wired’s tendency to be esoteric. Sure, it’s fun and cool to be colloquial and subculturally in the know, but it’s just as important to be widely understood. Luckily, in this edition, the editors have caught on to this, and have produced a guide that is smart, useful, and almost unpretentious. –Teri Kieffer

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_Peter Hallward____Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide and the Politics of Containment

[Verso_2008]

Riveting exposé of US-led destruction of democratic government in Haiti.

Once the most lucrative European colony in the Caribbean, Haiti has become one of the most divided and impoverished countries in the world. In the late 1980s a remarkable popular mobilization known as Lavalas, or “the flood,” sought to liberate the island from decades of US-backed dictatorial rule. After winning a landslide election victory, in 1991 the Lavalas government, led by President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, was overthrown by a bloody military coup. Damming the Flood analyzes how and why Aristide’s enemies in Haiti, the US and France instigated a second coup in 2004 to remove Aristide and Lavalas for good.

The elaborate international campaign to contain, discredit and then overthrow Lavalas at the start of the twenty-first century was perhaps the most successful act of imperial sabotage since the end of the Cold War. Its execution and its impact provide important lessons for those interested in today’s political struggles in Latin America and the rest of the post-colonial world.
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_Peter Hallward____Out of this World: Deleuze and the Philosophy of Creation

[Verso_2006]

A controversial critique of an iconic philosopher.

Gilles Deleuze was one of the most influential French philosophers of the last century. Michel Foucault famously suggested that the 20th century would be known as “Deleuzian.” His powerful philosophy of desire, difference and “nomadic thought” seemed to hack away at all previous hierarchies in political and philosophical thought, opening a space for radical democratic transformation. Thinkers such as Jameson, Badiou and Negri all acknowledge his work as a profound influence.

Peter Hallward’s new book challenges the hegemony of Deleuze’s work, aiming to go right to the heart of his philosophy. It engages with the central idea that informs virtually all his work: the assertion of an unlimited creative power. Exploring the ways in which Deleuze dissolves anything that might inhibit the expression of this creativity, Hallward accuses Deleuze of being a spiritual and “other-worldly” philosopher, rather than a theorist of material complexity and difference. Hallward argues that the problems of conflict and solidarity are effectively dismissed in Deleuze’s work—as is the possibility of any political transformation.

This powerful and thorough critique shows once and for all that the Deleuzian century is over. If we want to change the future we need to look elsewhere.
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_Peter Hallward____Badiou: A Subject to Truth

[University of Minnesota Press_2003]

Alain Badiou is one of the most inventive and compelling philosophers working in France today-a thinker who, in these days of cynical resignation and academic specialization, is exceptional in every sense. Guided by disciplines ranging from mathematics to psychoanalysis, inspired as much by Plato and Cantor as by Mao and Mallarmé, Badiou’s work renews, in the most varied and spectacular terms, a decidedly ancient understanding of philosophy-philosophy as a practice conditioned by truths, understood as militant processes of emancipation or transformation.
This book is the first comprehensive introduction to Badiou’s thought to appear in any language. Assuming no prior knowledge of his work, it provides a thorough and searching overview of all the main components of his philosophy, from its decisive political orientation through its startling equation of ontology with mathematics to its resolute engagement with its principal competition (from Wittgenstein, Heidegger, and Deleuze, among others). The book draws on all of Badiou’s published work and a wide sampling of his unpublished work in progress, along with six years of correspondence with the author.
Peter Hallward pays careful attention to the aspect of Badiou’s work most liable to intimidate readers in continental philosophy and critical theory: its crucial reliance on certain key developments in modern mathematics. Eschewing unnecessary technicalities, Hallward provides a highly readable discussion of each of the basic features of Badiou’s ontology, as well as his more recent account of appearance and “being-there.”
Without evading the difficulties, Peter Hallward demonstrates in detail and in depth why Badiou’s ongoing philosophical project should be recognized as the most resourceful and inspiring of his generation.
Peter Hallward is lecturer in the French Department at King’s College, London. His previous publications include Absolutely Postcolonial: Writing between the Singular and the Specific (2002) and a translation of Alain Badiou’s Ethics: An Essay on the Understanding of Evil (2001).

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_Peter Hallward____Absolutely Postcolonial: Writing Between the Singular and the Specific

[Manchester University Press_2002]

This innovative book provides an incisive critique of well-established positions in postcolonial theory and a dramatic expansion in the range of interpretative tools available. Peter Hallward gives substantial readings of four significant writers whose work invites, to varying degrees, a singular interpretation of postcolonialism: Edouard Glissant, Charles Johnson, Mohammed Dib, and Severo Sarduy. Using a singular interpretation of postcolonialism is central to the argument this book makes, and to understanding the postcolonial paradigm.

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_David M. Halperin____How to Do the History of Homosexuality

[University Of Chicago Press_2002]

In this long-awaited book, David M. Halperin revisits and refines the argument he put forward in his classic One Hundred Years of Homosexuality: that hetero- and homosexuality are not biologically constituted but are, instead, historically and culturally produced. How to Do the History of Homosexuality expands on this view, updates it, answers its critics, and makes greater allowance for continuities in the history of sexuality. Above all, Halperin offers a vigorous defense of the historicist approach to the construction of sexuality, an approach that sets a premium on the description of other societies in all their irreducible specificity and does not force them to fit our own conceptions of what sexuality is or ought to be.

Dealing both with male homosexuality and with lesbianism, this study imparts to the history of sexuality a renewed sense of adventure and daring. It recovers the radical design of Michel Foucault’s epochal work, salvaging Foucault’s insights from common misapprehensions and making them newly available to historians, so that they can once again provide a powerful impetus for innovation in the field. Far from having exhausted Foucault’s revolutionary ideas, Halperin maintains that we have yet to come to terms with their startling implications. Exploring the broader significance of historicizing desire, Halperin questions the tendency among scholars to reduce the history of sexuality to a mere history of sexual classifications instead of a history of human subjectivity itself. Finally, in a theoretical tour de force, Halperin offers an altogether new strategy for approaching the history of homosexuality—one that can accommodate both ruptures and continuities, both identity and difference in sexual experiences across time and space.

Impassioned but judicious, controversial but deeply informed, How to Do the History of Homosexuality is a book rich in suggestive propositions as well as eye-opening details. It will prove to be essential reading for anyone interested in the history of sexuality.

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_Aage Hansen-Löve/Boris Groys____Am Nullpunkt

[Suhrkamp Verlag KG_2005]

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_Beatrice Hanssen____Critique of Violence : Between Poststructuralism and Critical Theory

[Taylor & Francis_2000]

Critique of Violence is a highly original and lucid investigation of the heated controversy between poststructuralism and critical theory. Leading theorist Beatrice Hanssen uses Walter Benjamin’s essay “Critique of Violence” as a guide to analyze the contentious debate, shifting the emphasis from struggle to dialogue between the two parties. Regarding the questions of critique and violence as the major meeting points between both traditions, Hanssen positions herselfbetween the two in an effort to investigate what critical theory and poststructuralism have to offer each other. In the course of doing so, she assembles imaginative new readings of Benjamin, Arendt, Fanon, and Foucault, and incisively explores the politics of recognition, the violence of language, and the future of feminist theory. This groundbreaking book will be essential reading for all students of continental philosophy, political theory, social studies, and comparative literature.

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_Mikael Hård/Thomas J Misa____Urban Machinery: Inside Modern European Cities

[The MIT Press_2008]

Urban Machinery investigates the technological dimension of modern European cities, vividly describing the most dramatic changes in the urban environment over the last century and a half. Written by leading scholars from the history of technology, urban history, and the sociology of science and technology, the book views the European city as a complex construct entangled with technology. The chapters examine the increasing similarity of modern cities and their technical infrastructures (including communication, energy, industrial, and transportation systems) and the resulting tension between homogenization and cultural differentiation. The contributors emphasize the concept of circulation –the process by which architectural ideas, urban planning principles, engineering concepts, and societal models spread across Europe as well as from the United States to Europe. They also examine the parallel process of appropriation –how these systems and practices have been adapted to prevailing institutional structures and cultural preferences. Urban Machinery, with contributions by scholars from eight countries and more than thirty illustrations (many of them rare photographs never published before), includes studies from northern and southern and from eastern and western Europe, and also discusses how European cities were viewed from the periphery (modernizing Turkey) and from the United States.

Contributors
Hans Buiter, Paolo Capuzzo, Noyan Dinçkal, Cornelis Disco, Pál Germuska, Mikael Hård, Martina Heßler, Dagmara Jaje?niak-Quast, Andrew Jamison, Per Lundin, Thomas J. Misa, Dieter Schott, and Marcus Stippak
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_Michael Hardt/Antonio Negri____Empire

[Harvard University Press_2000]

Empire is a sweeping book with a big-picture vision. Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri argue that while classical imperialism has largely disappeared, a new empire is emerging in a diffuse blend of technology, economics, and globalization. The book brings together unlikely bedfellows: Hardt, associate professor in Duke University’s literature program, and Negri, among other things a writer and inmate at Rebibbia Prison in Rome. Empire aspires to the same scale of grand political philosophy as Locke or Marx or Fukuyama, but whether Hardt and Negri accomplish this daunting task is debatable. It is, however, an exciting book that is especially timely following the emergence of terrorism as a geopolitical force.
Hardt and Negri maintain that empire–traditionally understood as military or capitalist might–has embarked upon a new stage of historical development and is now better understood as a complex web of sociopolitical forces. They argue, with a neo-Marxist bent, that “the multitude” will transcend and defeat the new empire on its own terms. The authors address everything from the works of Deleuze to Jefferson’s constitutional democracy to the Chiapas revolution in a far-ranging analysis of our contemporary situation. Unfortunately, their penchant for references and academese sometimes renders the prose unwieldy. But if Hardt and Negri’s vision of the world materializes, they will undoubtedly be remembered as prophetic. –Eric de Place

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_Michael Hardt/Antonio Negri____Labor of Dionysus: A Critique of the State-Form (Theory Out of Bounds)

[University of Minnesota Press_1994]

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_Kristen Haring____Ham Radio’s Technical Culture

[The MIT Press_2006]

Decades before the Internet, ham radio provided instantaneous, global, person-to-person communication. Hundreds of thousands of amateur radio operators–a predominantly male, middle- and upper-class group known as “hams”–built and operated two-way radios for recreation in mid twentieth century America. In Ham Radio’s Technical Culture, Kristen Haring examines why so many men adopted the technical hobby of ham radio from the 1930s through 1970s and how the pastime helped them form identity and community.

Ham radio required solitary tinkering with sophisticated electronics equipment, often isolated from domestic activities in a “radio shack,” yet the hobby thrived on fraternal interaction. Conversations on the air grew into friendships, and hams gathered in clubs or met informally for “eyeball contacts.” Within this community, hobbyists developed distinct values and practices with regard to radio, creating a particular “technical culture.” Outsiders viewed amateur radio operators with a mixture of awe and suspicion, impressed by hams’ mastery of powerful technology but uneasy about their contact with foreigners, especially during periods of political tension.

Drawing on a wealth of personal accounts found in radio magazines and newsletters and from technical manuals, trade journals, and government documents, Haring describes how ham radio culture rippled through hobbyists’ lives. She explains why hi-tech employers recruited hams and why electronics manufacturers catered to these specialty customers. She discusses hams’ position within the military and civil defense during World War II and the Cold War as well as the effect of the hobby on family dynamics. By considering ham radio in the context of other technical hobbies–model building, photography, high-fidelity audio, and similar leisure pursuits–Haring highlights the shared experiences of technical hobbyists. She shows that tinkerers influenced attitudes toward technology beyond hobby communities, enriching the general technical culture by posing a vital counterpoint.
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_Graham Harman____Tool-Being: Heidegger and the Metaphysics of Objects

[Open Court_2002]

Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) influenced the work of such diverse thinkers as Sartre and Derrida. In Tool-Being, Graham Harman departs from the prevailing linguistic approach to analytic and continental philosophy in favor of Heideggerian object-oriented research into the secret contours of objects. Written in a colorful style, it will be of interest to anyone open to new trends in present-day philosophy.
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_Thomas L. Harris____Value-Added Public Relations: The Secret Weapon of Integrated Marketing

[McGraw-Hill_1999]

From Wonderbra to McDonalds, from Harley-Davidson to Viagra, today’s world-leading companies and brands are using public relations to add power and persuasion to all of their marketing messages. Information, rather than salesmanship, builds credibility with sophisticated and skeptical consumers, and public relations, long viewed as the most trustworthy source of information about products and services and the companies that provide them, can effectively reach targets where other marketing communication tools fall short. In Value-Added Public Relations , Thomas L. Harris, the industry-leading expert in marketing public relations (MPR), examines how and why public relations plays a critical role in integrated marketing and explains the many ways PR can add value to an integrated marketing communications (IMC) program. Harris analyzes the relationship between product- and corporate-brand building and, through dozens of case histories and examples, shows how some of the nation’s most successful marketers have used PR techniques to enhance all of their marketing messages. Among the book’s features is a comprehensive guide to writing an IMC plan including writing a situation analysis, setting objectives, developing a strategy, devising tactics, and then measuring results. Detailed descriptions of more than 50 effective PR tactics involving all media, including new technologies, are also included.
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_Robert Pogue Harrison____The Dominion of the Dead

[University Of Chicago Press_2005]

How do the living maintain relations to the dead? Why do we bury people when they die? And what is at stake when we do? In The Dominion of the Dead, Robert Pogue Harrison considers the supreme importance of these questions to Western civilization, exploring the many places where the dead cohabit the world of the living–the graves, images, literature, architecture, and monuments that house the dead in their afterlife among us.

This elegantly conceived work devotes particular attention to the practice of burial. Harrison contends that we bury our dead to humanize the lands where we build our present and imagine our future. As long as the dead are interred in graves and tombs, they never truly depart from this world, but remain, if only symbolically, among the living. Spanning a broad range of examples, from the graves of our first human ancestors to the empty tomb of the Gospels to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Harrison also considers the authority of predecessors in both modern and premodern societies. Through inspired readings of major writers and thinkers such as Vico, Virgil, Dante, Pater, Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Rilke, he argues that the buried dead form an essential foundation where future generations can retrieve their past, while burial grounds provide an important bedrock where past generations can preserve their legacy for the unborn.

The Dominion of the Dead is a profound meditation on how the thought of death shapes the communion of the living. A work of enormous scope, intellect, and imagination, this book will speak to all who have suffered grief and loss.

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_Kevin Hart____The Dark Gaze: Maurice Blanchot and the Sacred

[University Of Chicago Press_2004]

Maurice Blanchot is among the most important twentieth-century French thinkers. Figures such as Bataille, Deleuze, Derrida, and Levinas all draw deeply on his novels and writings on literature and philosophy. In The Dark Gaze, Kevin Hart argues that Blanchot has given us the most persuasive account of what we must give up–whether it be continuity, selfhood, absolute truth, totality, or unity–if God is, indeed, dead. Looking at Blanchot’s oeuvre as a whole, Hart shows that this erstwhile atheist paradoxically had an abiding fascination with mystical experiences and the notion of the sacred.

The result is not a mere introduction to Blanchot but rather a profound reconsideration of how his work figures theologically in some of the major currents of twentieth-century thought. Hart reveals Blanchot to be a thinker devoted to the possibilities of a spiritual life; an atheist who knew both the Old and New Testaments, especially the Hebrew Bible; and a philosopher keenly interested in the relation between art and religion, the nature of mystical experience, the link between writing and the sacred, and the possibilities of leading an ethical life in the absence of God.

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_Frank Hartmann____Mediologie

[Wuv Universitaets Vlg_2003]

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_David Harvey____The New Imperialism (Clarendon Lectures in Geography and Environmental Studies)

[Oxford University Press, USA_2003]

People around the world are confused and concerned. Is it a sign of strength of or of weakness that the US has suddenly shifted from a politics of consensus to one of coercion on the world stage? What was really at stake in the war on Iraq? Was it all about oil and, if not, what else was involved? What role has a sagging economy played in pushing the US into foreign adventurism and what difference does it make that neo-conservatives rather than neo-liberals are now in power? What exactly is the relationship between US militarism abroad and domestic politics? These are the questions taken up in this compelling and original book. Closely argued but clearly written, David Harvey, a leading social theorist of his generation, builds a conceputal framework to expose the underlying forces at work behind these momentous shifts in US policies and politics. The compulsions behind the projection of US power on the world as a ‘new imperialism’ are here, for the first time, laid bare for all to see. ‘David Harvey has written a profound, and profoundly disturbing, book. For thirty years his writings have taken aim at the complacent conviction that what exists works. Harvey is a scholarly radical; his writing is free of journalistic cliches, full of facts and carefully thought-through ideas. This book is beautifully crafted, its prose accessible, its narrative one of mounting intensity and urgency. The New Imperalism mounts a stunning indictment of our present institutions of power, while offering hopeful insights about how these institutions could be changed.’ RICHARD SENNETT, Professor of Sociology, London School of Economics ‘Navigating effortlessly between history, economics, geography and politics, with persuasive argument and lucid prose, David Harvey places today’s headlines in context and makes sense of the early twenty-first century maelstrom we’re all caught up in. His concept of accumulation by dispossession will go far. The New Imperialism is a truly useful book.’ SUSAN GEORGE, Associate Director, The Transnational Institute, Amsterdam
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_David Harvey____Spaces of Global Capitalism: A Theory of Uneven Geographical Development

[Verso_2006]

An essential introduction to the field of historical geography, which offers a radical new way of understanding global capitalism.

Fiscal crises have cascaded across much of the developing world with devastating results, from Mexico to Indonesia, Russia and Argentina. The extreme volatility in contemporary political economic fortunes seems to mock our best efforts to understand the forces that drive development in the world economy.

In this groundbreaking book, David Harvey shows how the disciplines of historical geography yield decisive new insights into the workings of global capitalism, and introduces the concept of uneven geographical development as a revelatory perspective on the forces which create economic success or failure.
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_David Harvey____Spaces of Hope (California Studies in Critical Human Geography, 7)

[University of California Press_2000]

As the twentieth century drew to a close, the rich were getting richer; power was concentrating within huge corporations; vast tracts of the earth were being laid waste; three quarters of the earth’s population had no control over its destiny and no claim to basic rights. There was nothing new in this. What was new was the virtual absence of any political will to do anything about it. Spaces of Hope takes issue with this.
David Harvey brings an exciting perspective to two of the principal themes of contemporary social discourse: globalization and the body. Exploring the uneven geographical development of late-twentieth-century capitalism, and placing the working body in relation to this new geography, he finds in Marx’s writings a wealth of relevant analysis and theoretical insight. In order to make much-needed changes, Harvey maintains, we need to become the architects of a different living and working environment and to learn to bridge the micro-scale of the body and the personal and the macro-scale of global political economy.
Utopian movements have for centuries tried to construct a just society. Harvey looks at their history to ask why they failed and what the ideas behind them might still have to offer. His devastating description of the existing urban environment (Baltimore is his case study) fuels his argument that we can and must use the force of utopian imagining against all who say “there is no alternative.” He outlines a new kind of utopian thought, which he calls dialectical utopianism, and refocuses our attention on possible designs for a more equitable world of work and living with nature. If any political ideology or plan is to work, he argues, it must take account of our human qualities. Finally, Harvey dares to sketch a very personal utopian vision in an appendix, one that leaves no doubt about his own geography of hope.
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_David Harvey____A Brief History of Neoliberalism

[Oxford University Press, USA_2005]

Neoliberalism–the doctrine that market exchange is an ethic in itself, capable of acting as a guide for all human action–has become dominant in both thought and practice throughout much of the world since 1970 or so. Writing for a wide audience, David Harvey, author of The New Imperialism
and The Condition of Postmodernity, here tells the political-economic story of where neoliberalization came from and how it proliferated on the world stage. Through critical engagement with this history, he constructs a framework, not only for analyzing the political and economic dangers that now
surround us, but also for assessing the prospects for the more socially just alternatives being advocated by many oppositional movements.

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_Anselm Haverkamp____Latenzzeit

[Kulturverlag Kadmos Berlin_2004]

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_Friedrich August Hayek____Individualizam i ekonomski poredak : kritička analiza socijalističke ekonomije i plaidoyer za očuvanje “istinskog individualizma”

[Fakultet političkih znanosti_2002]

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_Friedrich August Hayek____Put u ropstvo

[KruZak_2001]

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_John M. Heaton____Wittgenstein i psihoanaliza

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2001]

Sažetak: 
Freud i Wittgenstein bili su suvremenici. Freud je stvorio psihoanalizu, dok je Wittgenstein bio možda najveći filozof 20. stoljeća. Obojici mislilaca bilo je suštinski stalo da rasvijetle našu urođenu sklonost samozavaravanju.
Knjiga dovodi dvojicu velikih, iznimno utjecajnih bečkih mislilaca u arenu postmodernog susreta.
Pitanje glasi – koja je od njihovih filozofija bolji oblik “terapije” značajne za nas danas? I je li između njih uopće posrijedi spor?
John. M. Heaton je psihoterapeut i nekadašnji kolega R. D. Lainga. Autor je knjige Wittgenstein za početnike.
Knjigu je na hrvatski jezik preveo Dinko Telećan.
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_G.W.F. Hegel____Predavanja o estetiki – Uvod

[Društvo za teoretsko psihoanalizo_2003]

KAZALO

Uredniška opomba k nemški izdaji

UVOD

I. Razmejitev estetike in ovrženje nekaterih ugovorov proti filozofiji umetnosti
II. Znanstveni načini obravnave lepega in umetnosti
III. Pojem umetniško lepega

Običajne predstave o umetnosti
1. Umetniško delo kot produkt človeške dejavnosti
2. Umetniško delo kot vzeto iz čutnega za človekov čut
3. Smoter umetnosti

Zgodovinska dedukcija resničnega pojma umetnosti
1. Kantova filozofija
2. Schiller, Winckelmann, Schelling
3. Ironija

Razdelitev
Terminološki slovarček
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_G.W.F. Hegel____Predavanja o estetiki – Dramska poezija

[Društvo za teoretsko psihoanalizo_2001]

KAZALO
Uredniška opomba k nemški izdaji
III. DRAMSKA POEZIJA
1. Drama kot poetična umetnina
a. Princip dramske poezije
b. Dramska umetnina
c. Odnos dramske umetnine do publike
2. Zunanja izvedba dramske umetnine
a. Branje in recitiranje dramskih del
b. Igralska umetnost
c. Od poezije bolj ali manj neodvisna gledališka umetnost
3. Vrste dramske poezije in njeni glavni zgodovinski momenti
a. Princip tragedije, komedije in drame
b. Razlika med antično in moderno dramsko poezijo
c. Konkretni razvoj dramske poezije in njenih vrst
Terminološki slovarček
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_Martin Heidegger____Aristoteles, Metaphysik Theta 1-3

[_1990]

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_Anne von der Heiden____Der Jude als Medium. “Jud Süß”

[Diaphanes Verlag_2005]

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_Thekla Heineke/Sandra Umathum____Christoph Schlingensiefs ‘ Nazis rein’

[Suhrkamp_2002]

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_Daniel Heller-Roazen____Echolalias: On the Forgetting of Language

[Zone Books_2005]

Just as speech can be acquired, so can it be lost. Speakers can forget words, phrases, even entire languages they once knew; over the course of time peoples, too, let go of the tongues that were once theirs, as languages disappear and give way to the others that follow them. In Echolalias, Daniel Heller-Roazen reflects on the many forms of linguistic forgetfulness, offering a far-reaching philosophical investigation into the persistence and disappearance of speech. In twenty-one brief chapters, he moves among classical, medieval, and modern culture, exploring the interrelations of speech, writing, memory, and oblivion.

Drawing his examples from literature, philosophy, linguistics, theology, and psychoanalysis, Heller-Roazen examines the points at which the transience of speech has become a question in the arts, disciplines, and sciences in which language plays a prominent role. Whether the subject is Ovid, Dante, or modern fiction, classical Arabic literature or the birth of the French language, structuralist linguistics or Freud’s writings on aphasia, Heller-Roazen considers with clarity, precision, and insight the forms, the effects, and the ultimate consequences of the forgetting of language. In speech, he argues, destruction and construction often prove inseparable. Among peoples, the disappearance of one language can mark the emergence of another; among individuals, the experience of the passing of speech can lie at the origin of literary, philosophical, and artistic creation.

From the infant’s prattle to the legacy of Babel, from the holy tongues of Judaism and Islam to the concept of the dead language and the political significance of exiled and endangered languages today, Echolalias traces an elegant, erudite, and original philosophical itinerary, inviting us to reflect in a new way on the nature of the speaking animal who forgets.
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_Daniel Heller-Roazen____The Inner Touch: Archaeology of a Sensation

[Zone Books_2007]

The Inner Touch presents the archaeology of a single sense: the sense of being sentient. Aristotle was perhaps the first to define this faculty when in his treatise On the Soul he identified a sensory power, irreducible to the five senses, by which animals perceive that they are perceiving: the simple “sense,” as he wrote, “that we are seeing and hearing.” After him, thinkers returned, time and again, to define and redefine this curious sensation. The classical Greek and Roman philosophers as well as the medieval Arabic, Hebrew, and Latin thinkers who followed them all investigated a power they called “the common sense,” which one ancient author likened to “a kind of inner touch, by which we are able to grasp ourselves.” Their many findings were not lost with the waning of the Middle Ages. From Montaigne and Francis Bacon to Locke, Leibniz, and Rousseau, from nineteenth-century psychiatry and neurology to Proust and Walter Benjamin, the writers and thinkers of the modern period have turned knowingly and unknowing to the terms of older traditions in exploring the perception that every sensitive being possesses of its life.

The Inner Touch reconstructs and reconsiders the history of this perception. In twenty-five concise chapters that move freely among ancient, medieval, and modern cultures, Daniel Heller-Roazen investigates a set of exemplary phenomena that have played central roles in philosophical, literary, psychological, and medical accounts of the nature of animal existence. Here sensation and self-sensation, sleeping and waking, aesthetics and anesthetics, perception and apperception, animal nature and human nature, consciousness and unconsciousness, all acquire a new meaning.

The Inner Touch proposes an original, elegant, and far-reaching philosophical inquiry into a problem that has never been more pressing: what it means to feel that one is alive.
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_Daniel Heller-Roazen____Fortune’s Faces: The Roman de la Rose and the Poetics of Contingency

[The Johns Hopkins University Press_2003]

Arguably the single most influential literary work of the European Middle Ages, the Roman de la Rose of Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun has traditionally posed a number of difficulties to modern critics, who have viewed its many interruptions and philosophical discussions as signs of a lack of formal organization and a characteristically medieval predilection for encyclopedic summation. In Fortune’s Faces, Daniel Heller-Roazen calls into question these assessments, offering a new and compelling interpretation of the romance as a carefully constructed and far-reaching exploration of the place of fortune, chance, and contingency in literary writing.
Situating the Romance of the Rose at the intersection of medieval literature and philosophy, Heller-Roazen shows how the thirteenth-century work invokes and radicalizes two classical and medieval traditions of reflection on language and contingency: that of the Provençal, French, and Italian love poets, who sought to compose their “verses of pure nothing”in a language Dante defined as “without grammar,” and that of Aristotle’s discussion of “future contingents” as it was received and refined in the logic, physics, theology, and epistemology of Boethius, Abelard, Albert the Great, and Thomas Aquinas.Through a close analysis of the poetic text and a detailed reconstruction of the logical and metaphysical concept of contingency, Fortune’s Faces charts the transformations that literary structures (such as subjectivity, autobiography, prosopopoeia, allegory, and self-reference) undergo in a work that defines itself as radically contingent. Considered in its full poetic and philosophical dimensions, the Romance of the Rose thus acquires an altogether new significance in the history of literature: it appears as a work that incessantly explores its own capacity to be other than it is.

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_Michel Henry____I Am the Truth: Toward a Philosophy of Christianity

[Stanford University Press_2002]

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[Vintage_2006]

An absolutely brilliant analysis of the ways in which individuals and organizations of the media are influenced to shape the social agendas of knowledge and, therefore, belief. Contrary to the popular conception of members of the press as hard-bitten realists doggedly pursuing unpopular truths, Herman and Chomsky prove conclusively that the free-market economics model of media leads inevitably to normative and narrow reporting. Whether or not you’ve seen the eye-opening movie, buy this book, and you will be a far more knowledgeable person and much less prone to having your beliefs manipulated as easily as the press.
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_Douglas B. Herron____Marketing Nonprofit Programs and Services

[Jossey-Bass_1996]

The most helpful blAnd of theory and nuts-and-bolts practice I’ve seen.
?William E. Cameron, director, Philadelphia YMCA Management Resource Center
Brings together in one volume the best concepts and methods to attract and satisfy customers, communicate an organization’s message distinctly and effectively, and solve membership and program enrollment and retention problems. Focusing on how to get more customers, consumers, and volunteers, Herron shows how to evaluate the effectiveness of promotion efforts, and weighs the comparative advantages of various advertising and promotion media. A 15-point checklist for developing marketing strategy spells out the essential steps for finer marketing performance.

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_Charlotte Hess/Elinor Ostrom____Understanding Knowledge as a Commons: From Theory to Practice

[The MIT Press_2006]

Knowledge in digital form offers unprecedented access to information through the Internet but at the same time is subject to ever-greater restrictions through intellectual property legislation, overpatenting, licensing, overpricing, and lack of preservation. Looking at knowledge as a commons–as a shared resource–allows us to understand both its limitless possibilities and what threatens it. In Understanding Knowledge as a Commons, experts from a range of disciplines discuss the knowledge commons in the digital era–how to conceptualize it, protect it, and build it.

Contributors consider the concept of the commons historically and offer an analytical framework for understanding knowledge as a shared social-ecological system. They look at ways to guard against enclosure of the knowledge commons, considering, among other topics, the role of research libraries, the advantages of making scholarly material available outside the academy, and the problem of disappearing Web pages. They discuss the role of intellectual property in a new knowledge commons, the open access movement (including possible funding models for scholarly publications), the development of associational commons, the application of a free/open source framework to scientific knowledge, and the effect on scholarly communication of collaborative communities within academia, and offer a case study of EconPort, an open access, open source digital library for students and researchers in microeconomics. The essays clarify critical issues that arise within these new types of commons–and offer guideposts for future theory and practice.

Contributors:
David Bollier, James Boyle, James C. Cox, Shubha Ghosh, Charlotte Hess, Nancy Kranich, Peter Levine, Wendy Pradt Lougee, Elinor Ostrom, Charles Schweik, Peter Suber, J. Todd Swarthout, Donald Waters
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_Sanjaya Hettihewa____Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 2.0 in 21 Days

[Sams_1998]

If Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS) is your Web server, Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) can be one of your most powerful tools. ASP enables you to develop and deploy highly interactive Web sites quite efficiently. Sams Teach Yourself Active Server Pages 2.0 in 21 Days can help you become an ASP expert.
As its title implies, the book presents a three-week tutorial consisting of daily lessons. A chart inside the front cover outlines the learning schedule. Week one begins with overview chapters about ASP, but progresses quickly through using data entry forms, working with scriptlets, and working with HTTP transactions. The important Request object is covered by the sixth day, and you work with cookies on the seventh.
The second week continues the pace with a focus on Web databases and ActiveX Database Objects–a key Microsoft object model used throughout its products. Along the way, you’ll build a database application and work with SQL. This week also covers how to use cookies for intersession information management. The final week of study covers advanced topics such as programming with Visual Basic and ActiveX, security, custom components, and Win32 API access.
While this book teaches about ASP, it also illustrates how to use the technology effectively. This title helps you utilize the powerful development technologies of IIS to create your own professional-quality Web sites. –Stephen W. Plain

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_Pekka Himamen____Hakerska etika

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2002]

Sažetak: 
U ovih godinu dana, otkad je objavljena, Hakerska etika je doživjela šesnaest svjetskih izdanja i salve pohvala analitičara novih tehnologija. 
Nakon protestantskih radnika koji su na svojim plećima iznijeli rani kapitalizam, na scenu stupaju hakeri, ne kriminalci nego ljudi koji se pasionirano bave onime što vole. U ovoj snažnoj, čitkoj i zabavnoj knjizi Himanen ističe njihovu možda najveću zaslugu: i ne znajući, hakeri nisu stvorili samo vrhunsku tehnologiju (Linux) kojom danas pokreću Internet – nego i novu radnu i životnu etiku.
Pekka Himanen rođen je 1973. godine. Disertacijom iz filozofije u dvadesetoj je godini postao najmlađi doktor znanosti u Finskoj. Danas predaje filozofiju na Sveučilištu Berkeley (SAD), a kao gostujući profesor i na drugim najpoznatijim akademskim i neakademskim ustanovama u svijetu. Osim Hakerske etike, s Manuelom Castellsom nedavno je objavio i knjigu The Information Society and the Welfare State – The Finnish Model.
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_Charles Hirschkind____The Ethical Soundscape: Cassette Sermons And Islamic Counterpublics

[Columbia University Press_2006]

Charles Hirschkind’s unique study explores how a popular Islamic media form& mdash;the cassette sermon& mdash;has profoundly transformed the political geography of the Middle East over the last three decades.
An essential aspect of what is now called the Islamic Revival, the cassette sermon has become omnipresent in most Middle Eastern cities, punctuating the daily routines of many men and women. Hirschkind shows how sermon tapes have provided one of the means by which Islamic ethical traditions have been recalibrated to a modern political and technological order-to its noise and forms of pleasure and boredom, but also to its political incitements and call for citizen participation. Contrary to the belief that Islamic cassette sermons are a tool of militant indoctrination, Hirschkind argues that sermon tapes serve as an instrument of ethical self-improvement and as a vehicle for honing the sensibilities and affects of pious living.
Focusing on Cairo’s popular neighborhoods, Hirschkind highlights the pivotal role these tapes now play in an expanding arena of Islamic argumentation and debate-what he calls an “Islamic counterpublic.” This emerging arena connects Islamic traditions of ethical discipline to practices of deliberation about the common good, the duties of Muslims as national citizens, and the challenges faced by diverse Muslim communities around the globe. The Ethical Soundscape is a brilliant analysis linking modern media practices of moral self-fashioning to the creation of increasingly powerful religious publics.

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_Thomas Hobbes____Čovek i građanin

[Hedone_2006]

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_Amir Hodžić____Značaj roda u stavovima i seksualnom ponašanju adolescenata i adolescentica

[CESI_2003]

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_Douglas R. Hofstadter____Godel, Escher, Bach : An Eternal Golden Braid

[Gardners Books_2000]

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_Tom Holert/Mark Terkessidis____Entsichert. Krieg als Massenkultur im 21. Jahrhundert

[Kiepenheuer & Witsch_2002]

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_Tom Holert/Mark Terkessidis____Fliehkraft. Gesellschaft in Bewegung – Von Migranten und Touristen

[Kiepenheuer & Witsch_2006]

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_Max Hollein/Jesper N. Jorgensen/Daniel Birnbaum/Jesper N. Jørgensen____Frequencies [Hz]

[Hatje Cantz Publishers_2002]

Beyond the scope of the defining non-material characteristics of sound, sound becomes a formal material, a kind of audible sculpture accompanied by discourse on its constructive, societal, philosophical, and emotional aspects. At least, it does for the contemporary artists represented in Frequencies [HZ], each of whom works with sound within the context of visual art–Angela Bulloch, Farmersmanual, Ryoji Ikeda, Daniel Pflumm, Ultra-red, Mika Vainio, and others. With an audio CD ingeniously integrated into the book’s cover design, and reproductions of sculptural and visual art, as well as specific, often minimalistic installations and interventions which employ sound or electronic experiments with sound, Frequencies [HZ] explores how sound impacts upon the perception of architecture and otherwise influences the components of individual experience. Participating artists reflect on the institutional context and the situation that evolves between the work of art and the viewer.

Edited by Max Hollein and Jesper N. Jørgensen. 
Essays by Nicolas Bourriaud, Will Bradley, Diedrich Diedrichsen, Russell Haswell, Blazenka Perica, Martin Pesch and Daniel Birnbaum.
audio CD

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_John Holloway____Change the World Without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today

[Pluto Press_2002]

The series of demonstrations since Seattle have crystallized a new trend in left-wing politics. Popular support across the world for the Zapatista uprising and the enthusiasm which it has inspired has led to new types of protest movement that ground their actions on both Marxism and Anarchism. These movements are fighting for radical social change in terms that have nothing to do with the taking of state power. This is in clear opposition to the traditional Marxist theory of revolution that centers on taking state power. In this book, John Holloway asks how we can reformulate our understanding of revolution as the struggle against power, not for power.
After a century of failed attempts by revolutionary and reformist movements to bring about radical social change, the concept of revolution itself is in crisis. John Holloway opens up the theoretical debate, reposing some of the basic concepts of Marxism in a critical development of the subversive Marxist tradition represented by Adorno, Bloch and Lukacs, amongst others, and grounded in a rethinking of Marx’s concept of “fetishization” – how doing is transformed into being. The struggle for radical change, Holloway argues, far from being marginalized, is becoming more and more embedded in our everyday lives. Revolution today must be understood as a question, not as an answer.

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_Brian Holmes____Hijeroglifi budućnosti

[Arkzin / WHW _2003]

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_Axel Honneth____Unsichtbarkeit. Stationen einer Theorie der Intersubjektivität

[Suhrkamp_2003]

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_Axel Honneth____Verdinglichung

[Suhrkamp Verlag KG_2005]

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_Laura J. Hoptman/Tomáš Pospiszyl____Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since the 1950s

[The MIT Press_2002]

Although a number of books have told the story of modern and contemporary art in Eastern and Central Europe, missing from these accounts have been the sources themselves. This book, the result of years of research by an international team of artists, curators, editors, translators, and scholars working with the Museum of Modern Art, presents primary documents drawn from the artistic archives of Eastern and Central Europe during the second half of the twentieth century. Because the practice of criticism in this region was for many years almost completely suppressed, the writings of the artists themselves often fulfill a critical as well as an aesthetic and ideological function. The manifestoes, photo essays, proposals, scripts, and other writings assembled here comprise the first anthology of this material in any language.

The source materials presented–almost all of them previously untranslated into English–are from Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. The book is introduced by Ilya Kabakov. Each chapter is preceded by a brief introduction and is followed by a case study that chronicles an event or the creation or reception of an artwork, illustrating the issues raised in that chapter.
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_John Horgan____Kraj znanosti

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2001]

Sažetak: 
”Kraj znanosti” na cijeloj garnituri znanstvenika ispituje autorovo temeljno pitanje:
Jesu li moguća i vjerojatna nova velika otkrića znanosti? Hoće li se ikada pronaći teorija koja bi mogla svrgnuti evoluciju, opću relativnost, veliki prasak ili kvantnu mehaniku? 
Horgan vjeruje da neće. U svojim razgovorima Horgan nam iz prve ruke prenosi svoje susrete s nekima od najznačajnijih suvremenih znanstvenika i filozofa znanosti. Među ostalima, tu su: Francis Crick (otkriće DNK), Richard Dawkins (sebični gen), Thomas Kuhn (paradigme u znanosti), Lynn Margulis (Gea), Minsky, Chomsky, Hawking…
John Horgan je stalni suradnik časopisa Scientific American. Dobio je (dvaput) Nagradu Američkog udruženja za promicanje znanstvenog novinarstva kao i Nagradu Nacionalnog udruženja znanstvenih novinara “Znanost u društvu”. Članke mu objavljuju i New York Times Book Review, New Republic, Discover, New Scientist, Science i Omni.
Knjigu su na hrvatski jezik preveli Rajka Rusan i Ognjen Strpić.
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_Christopher Horrocks____Marshall McLuhan i virtualnost

[Naklada Jesenski i Turk_2001]

Sažetak: 
Knjiga propituje McLuhanove ideje s obzirom na informatičku revoluciju, razmatrajući “sonde” koje je odašiljao u vizualnu i auditivnu kulturu i njihov problematičan odnos sa svjetskom korporacijskom matricom koja uključuje Mrežu i Internet.
Također se bavi odnosom njegovih tvrdnji i postmoderne reorije kao i vezom između oživljavanja makluhanizma i posthumanih “kiberbola” kao što su bestjelesnost i virtualni identitet.
Christopher Horrocks je viši predavač povijesti umjetnosti na Fakultetu dizajna pri Sveučilištu Kingston u Surreyu. U izdanju Naklade Jesenski i Turk objavljene su njegove knjige Baudrillard za početnike i Baudrillard i milenij.
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_William Horton____The Icon Book: Visual Symbols for Computer Systems and Documentation

[John Wiley & Sons_1994]

“The Icon Book” is available in three formats: Book Only Edition (ISBN: 047159900X); Diskette Only Edition (ISBN: 047102497X); Book w/ Diskette Edition (ISBN:0471599018).
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_Srećko Horvat____Protiv političke korektnosti: od Kramera do Laibacha, i natrag

[Biblioteka XX vek_2007]

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_Emil Hrvatin____Teorije sodobnega plesa

[Maska_2001]

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_Juraj Hrženjak____Rušenje antifašističkih spomenika u Hrvatskoj 1990-2000

[Savez antifašističkih boraca_2001]

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_Andrew Huang____Hacking the Xbox: An Introduction to Reverse Engineering

[No Starch Press_2003]

This–this being the attitude encapsulated in Andrew “bunnie” Huang’s Hacking the Xbox–is why a lot of people got into the computer industry in the first place. These people liked taking things apart and figuring out how they worked, then making them serve purposes they weren’t originally designed for and sharing the new discoveries with others of like mind. Sure, Huang’s book is about how to how to turn Microsoft’s game console into a high-performance, general-purpose personal computer with a small price tag, and it contains lots of details about the how the heavily advertised gizmo is put together. But you can get the technical material on the Web. What’s valuable about Huang’s work is that he communicates the pure joy of taking the Xbox apart, figuring out how it works–despite its many designed-in anti-hacking features–and making it do new things. This book reads like the journal of a seventeenth-century voyage of discovery.
There’s a wealth of information in these pages about how to disassemble and reverse-engineer electronics, and Huang is careful to show you what tools you need, and how to use them (don’t worry if you don’t know how to use a soldering iron–that’s covered here). There also are step-by-step guides (complete with photos) to a couple of projects, and interviews with key figures in the Xbox-hacking community. –David Wall
Topics covered: How to enjoy a Microsoft Xbox game console without the mindless tedium of playing video games. This book shows you how to open an Xbox, make modifications to it (from a cosmetic LED color change, to putting in a new power supply, to adding a USB connector), and make the changes needed to get Linux running on it. In the process, readers get an education in reverse engineering electronic circuits, as well as in basic electronic techniques (soldering, crimping, etc) and in the intellectual property law that governs hacker activity.

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_Michael Hudson____Super Imperialism – New Edition: The Origin and Fundamentals of U.S. World Dominance

[Pluto Press_2003]

This new and completely revised edition of “Super Imperialism” describes the genesis of America’s political and financial domination.
Michael Hudson’s in-depth and highly controversial study of U.S. financial diplomacy explores the faults built into the core of the World Bank and the IMF at their inception which — he argues — were intended to preserve the US’s financial hegemony. Difficult to detect at the time, these problems have since become explicit as the failure of the international economic system has become apparent; the IMF and World Bank were set up to give aid to developing countries, but instead many of the world’s poorest countries have been plunged into insurmountable debt crises.
Hudson’s critique of the destructive course of the international economic system provides important insights into the real motivations at the heart of these institutions – and the increasing tide of opposition that they face around the world.

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_Lew Hunter____Scenarij 434

[Centar za dramsku umjetnost / Izdanja Antibarbarus_1998]

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_Natasha Hurley/Steven Bruhm____Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children

[University of Minnesota Press_2004]

Our culture has a dominant narrative about children: they are (and should stay) innocent of sexual desires and intentions. At the same time, children are officially, tacitly, assumed to be heterosexual. Curiouser is a book about this narrative and what happens when it takes an unexpected, or queer, turn—when the stories of childhood must confront a child whose play does not conform to the ideal of child (a)sexuality.
The contributors to Curiouser examine the ostensibly simple representations of children that circulate through visual images, life narrative, children’s literature, film, and novels. At issue in these essays are the stories we tell to children, the stories we tell about children, and the stories we tell ourselves as children—stories that ultimately frame what is normative and what is queer. From the fiction of Horatio Alger, Henry James, Djuna Barnes, and Guy Davenport to the spectacles of Michael Jackson, Calvin Klein, and The Exorcist; from the narrative structure of pedophilia to evangelical Christianity; from punk tomboyism to queer girl-scouting: these scholars of childhood and sexuality scrutinize queer childhood energies in an impressive range of cultural forms.

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_Nasser Hussain____The Jurisprudence of Emergency: Colonialism and the Rule of Law

[University of Michigan Press_2003]

Hussain analyses the uses and the history of a range of emergency powers, such as the suspension of habeas corpus and the use of military tribunals. His study focuses on British colonialism in India from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century to demonstrate how questions of law and emergency shaped colonial rule, which in turn affected the place of colonialism in modern law, depicting the colonies not as passive recipients but as agents in the interpretation and delineation of Western ideas and practices.
Nasser Hussain is Professor of History at Amherst College.