Published December 2, 2006
by BlazeVOX Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
Written in experimental prose, Nonexistence evokes the deconstructive devices of post-modern literary giants, and reads like a perfect evolution; from Dick’s vernacular, Gibson’s cyber-punk, and Burroughs and Gysin’s cut-up method, to Steve Aylett’s 4/4(1). Rebecca Solnit Recollections of My Non-Existence by Rebecca Solnit review – memoir and male violence The acclaimed feminist writer on her Author: Lara Feigel. Nonexistence book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Fiction. All the information in the universe, plus several bits from o /5(2). In Recollections of My Nonexistence, Rebecca Solnit describes her formation as a writer and as a feminist in s San Francisco, in an atmosphere of gender violence on the street and throughout society and the exclusion of women from cultural : Penguin Publishing Group.
In Recollections of My Nonexistence, Rebecca Solnit describes her formation as a writer and as a feminist in s San Francisco, in an atmosphere of gender violence on the street and throughout society and the exclusion of women from cultu/5. This book begins with issues in the Philosophy of Death, focusing not on whether and how death is a harm, but on the metaphysics of existing and no longer existing (the living and the dead). Yourgrau asks, ‘Are the dead non-existent beings, or, nothing at all?’Cited by: 1. Arguments for the existence of God have taken many different forms over the centuries: in The Non-Existence of God, Nicholas Everitt considers all of the arguments and examines the role that reason 2/5(1). The paradox of nonexistence, bequeathed us by Parmenides, is introduced: how can there be something that fails to exist if there’s nothing “there” to not exist? This is a paradox since, intuitively, many things do in fact fail to exist—for example, creatures of fiction or myth, impossible objects like the round square, past objects like the dead, and so on. Bertrand Russell’s.
Rebecca Solnit is the author of more than twenty books, including the memoir Recollections of My Nonexistence and the nonfiction A Field Guide to Getting Lost, The Faraway Nearby, A Paradise Built in Hell, River of Shadows, and Wanderlust. She is also the . An excerpt from “Recollections of My Nonexistence,” By Rebecca Solnit. When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. Rebecca Solnit ’s new memoir, “Recollections of My Nonexistence,” strives to do the same, putting her most compelling observations about cultural and Author: Lorraine Berry. In his preface Nicholas Everitt describes how this book began life as an attempt to produce a non-partisan account of the philosophy of religion for a lay audience. As his book evolved it became increasingly partisan and he abandoned the intention to aim the book at those who had not studied philosophy by: