The Seeds of Time

Author: Fredric Jameson
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231080590
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Long considered the foremost American Marxist theorist, Fredric Jameson continues his investigation of postmodernism under late capitalism in The Seeds of Time. In three parts Jameson presents the problem of Utopia, attempting to diagnose the cultural present and to open a perspective on the future of a world that is all but impossible to predict with any certainty - "a telling of the future", as Jameson calls it, "with an imperfect deck". "The Antinomies of Postmodernity" highlights the seemingly unresolvable paradoxes of intellectual debate in the age of postmodernity. Jameson suggests that these paradoxes revolve around the idea of "nature", the terms of antifoundationalism and antiessentialism, and contemporary society's inability or refusal to consider the idea of Utopia. The chapter attempts to sketch the "unrepresentable exterior" of these debates - which is the locus of the future according to Jameson. In "Utopia, Modernism, and Death", Jameson meditates on the fascinating and terrifying Utopian fiction Chevengur, written in the 1920s by the Soviet author Andrei Platonov. He discusses the unique character of Utopian visions in the Second World of communism, where commodity fetishism has not had as profound an effect on social relations as we have seen in the First World under late capitalism. The Seeds of Time continues in "The Constraints of Postmodernism" with an examination of contemporary architectural trends, in an attempt to suggest the limits of the postmodern. By delineating these limits, Jameson stakes out a prediction of the boundaries of postmodernity - the "unrepresentable exterior" approached in Part One - which we need to recognize and surpass.

Seeds of Time

Author: K. C. Dyer
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 9781550024142
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After being sent to Eagle Glen School for the summer, Darrell Connor discovers a passage through time and begins to hope she can change her own past.

Secret of Light

Author: kc dyer
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 9781554886029
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Short-listed for the 2004 Chocolate Lily Book Award Darrell Connor is back for another term at Eagle Glen, but is shocked to find that along with her friends Brodie and Kate, her nemesis, Conrad Kennedy, has enrolled at the school. The memory of her recent visit to medieval Scotland is still fresh, and when Darrell and her dog, Delaney, investigate an abandoned lighthouse, they discover another route into the past. Lost in the magical beauty of Renaissance Italy, Darrell meets a young artist with fiery ambition named Leonardo Da Vinci. Does Leonardo hold the key to resolving the tragedy of her own past? Ignoring the advice of a kindly stranger, Darrell embarks on a desperate journey to find the answers to her own fears, unaware of the price she and her friends will pay for dancing with time.

Looking Into the Seeds of Time

Author: Y. S. Brenner
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412827683
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This refreshing work combines the history of economics and the practice of modern development. As all living is action, and living implies choices, any theory of devel-opment must start with the person. Modern life reflects the fears of a society trying to escape the anxieties, demons, and ghosts of a long dark era of unemployment and starvation. The problem of development is the contradiction between technological potentials and cultural inheritances.

The Seeds of Time

Author: P. F Bonneton
Publisher: Polly Grieff
ISBN: 1907986340
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"As rape and murder goes, this one was remarkable in its extreme tidiness...." Three British National Service pals are involved in the rape and murder of a local girl in Cyprus during the EOKA troubles in 1956. The spreading ripples of that one dark deed spread through forty years of hate.... A young girl has dreams of death...and of a wolf ... halfway across the world she pledges her life to save a child with golden eyes...a gold medallion.... a cellar in Athens which changes the course of so many lives.....so much madness, for so long and the Seeds of Time have yet to flower....

The Seeds of Time

Author: Kay Kenyon
Publisher: Spectra
ISBN: 055357681X
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On a troubled Earth in 2019, Dive pilot Clio Finn and her colleagues must travel through time to collect the precious vegetation that her planet needs to survive, but what Clio's trip ultimately reveals is a paradox between two alternate futures. Original.

Seeds of Time

Author: Gordon K. Middleton
Publisher: Forgotten Books
ISBN: 9780428066970
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Excerpt from Seeds of Time: A History of the North Carolina Crop Improvement Association, 1929-1977 Acknowledgment and appreciation is hereby expressed to the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, especially the Seed Testing Division, for its high degree of cooperation during the past 49 years. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Seeds of Time

Author: Henry Savage
Publisher: New York, Holt [1959]
ISBN:
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A history of the political, economic, and social ideas of the South by a Southern writer.