Heuretics: The Logic of Invention

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JHU Press, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 267 pages

In Heuretics—a word defined as "the branch of logic that treats the art of discovery or invention"—Gregory Ulmer sets forth new methods appropriate for conducting cultural studies research in an age of electronic hypermedia.

 

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Contents

Grammatology
3
Hypermedia
16
Experiment
32
Chorography
43
Folie
45
Chora
61
Beau Geste
79
Mythology
97
Judgment
133
Columbus
152
The Square
170
Yellowstone Desert
187
Agent Cooper
207
The Choral Word
226
Worlds Cited
245
Copyright

Acting Lessons
114

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