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Return to Book Page. La moda cambia, pero sus explicaciones siguen siendo las mismas. Un problema aparentemente futil, y sin embargo de una infinita complejidad, que se inserta en el centro mismo de la modernidad occidental. El objetivo primero de este libro es el de reinterpretar este problema en su totalidad.
El Imperio De Lo Efimero
Tal es la provocativa tesis de este autor. Magia de las apariencias La moda y Occidente: Published first published November 13th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Lists with This Book. Lo que nos cuenta. Mar 02, John Jr. One of my favorite capsule illustrations of French thought, also of Gallic wit, is something I found in a New York Times Book Review a number of years ago.
El Imperio De Lo Efimero by Gilles Lipovetsky
The question gillws whether it works in theory. Fashion allows us to pursue differences that in one sense make no difference, despite often serving to mark distinctions, because it lies within the realm of the ephemeral the word Lipovetsky used in his original title, remember.
These three major principles, which were introduced by haute couture, no longer belong exclusively to luxury clothing; they constitute the very core of the consumer industries.
I thoroughly enjoyed this fascinating book, part a history of fashion, part sociological investigation of contemporary mores.
Essentially, Lipovetsky argues that from the 14th century onward fashion has stoked the cult of individuality that defines the contemporary West, that fashion has been a gills for democratization, but also that fashion has contributed the the vacuity of much of our citizenry who have abandoned what Yeats called “monuments of unaging intellect” for topical nonsense. Under the heading of “new french thought” Lipovetsky shares an interesting perspective on the forming of modern democracy.
I am re-reading it in an effort to assimilate some of the new ideas I have learned about dress, body, and culture.
Lipovetski is an atypical philosopher. He created the concept of hypermodernity which succeeds the post modernity. His interests in the mode, transitory, as a mark of individualism and hedonism.
His book is most ambitious because it connects this individualism with the democratic practice. Eloquent writing, making points I’ve thought of myself. Would take less flowery writing if only to have a couple moments of inspiration or insight. Jan 30, Karen K. Ivonne Spinoza rated it really liked it Oct 30, Juan Duque rated it it was ok Jun 15, Melissa rated it really liked it Aug 26, Rucoma rated it liked it Aug 22, Juangarciacolorado rated it it was amazing Oct 31, Raina rated it it was amazing Jun 05, Carla Mateu rated it really liked it Aug 30, Pedro Vieira lomar rated it it was ok Oct 10, Mariana rated it liked it Apr 28, Rodrigo Ve rated it liked it Oct 11, David Leal Olivares rated it really liked it Dec 03, Natalia Ely rated it it was amazing Mar 17, Rebecca rated it liked it May 21, Ivan rated it liked it Apr 07, Ferds rated it it was amazing Aug 16, Aleks rated it really liked it Jun 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Gilles Lipovetsky born September 24, in Millau is a French philosopher, writer and sociologist, professor at the University of Grenoble. Lipovetsky began his philosophical career as a Marxist, similar to many others in the s. He has divided this time period into three periods: Lipovetsky has continued to write on topics such as modernity, globalization, consumerism, modern culture, markets, feminism, fashion, and media, but they have the common thread of individualism Books by Gilles Lipovetsky.
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