Ideology: An Introduction

Ideology An Introduction His thought is redneck yours is doctrinal and mine is deliciously supple Ideology has never been so much in evidence as a fact and so little understood as a concept as it is today From the left it ca

  • Title: Ideology: An Introduction
  • Author: Terry Eagleton اکبر معصوم بیگی
  • ISBN: 9780860915386
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • His thought is redneck, yours is doctrinal and mine is deliciously supple Ideology has never been so much in evidence as a fact and so little understood as a concept as it is today From the left it can often be seen as the exclusive property of ruling classes, and from the right as an arid and totalizing exception to their own common sense For some, the concept now see His thought is redneck, yours is doctrinal and mine is deliciously supple Ideology has never been so much in evidence as a fact and so little understood as a concept as it is today From the left it can often be seen as the exclusive property of ruling classes, and from the right as an arid and totalizing exception to their own common sense For some, the concept now seems too ubiquitous to be meaningful for others, too cohesive for a world of infinite difference Here, in a book written for both newcomers to the topic and those already familiar with the debate, Terry Eagleton unravels the many different definitions of ideology, and explores the concept s tortuous history from the Enlightenment to postmodernism.Ideology provides lucid interpretations of the thought of key Marxist thinkers and of others such as Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Freud and the various poststructuralists As well as clarifying a notoriously confused topic, this new work by one of our most important contemporary critics is a controversial political intervention into current theoretical debates It will be essential reading for students and teachers of literature and politics.

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    1. This review is a scab.Terry Eagleton’s study of the history of ideology is the perfect primer for one setting out on an attempt at understanding this concept, which tends toward equivocal definitions, amorphous implications and contrasting origin theories. One of the successes of this book is how it encourages the reader/thinker to embrace a kind of precariousness, slipperiness and mutability when considering what ideology is, how it takes hold and works through society. It quickly becomes app [...]

    2. Eagleton is a maddeningly sloppy writer/thinker. He obviously knows a lot about this stuff but the breeziness with which he sweeps over important issues, the frequent use of highly tendentious examples, all of it clothed in a language of apparent care and precision, is dispiriting. One example: his first chapter is on what ideology is. He is obviously drawing on a tradition of philosophical conceptual analysis here, and the intent is good. He starts by noting that the word "ideology" is used to [...]

    3. Why do people who are most in need of government services vote to cut them? The answer to this mind-numbing question is partly untangled by this fluent and easy-to-read introduction as Terry Eagleton traces the history of the study of ideas, from the Enlightenment, when it was discovered that human psychology is dominated by this phenomenon, to the postmodern era. Clearly, Eagleton believes, as perhaps one cannot help doing, that Marx has contributed the most to this science and so the most leng [...]

    4. Great, really worth a read. I know of no book quite like it and if there's ever a concept that should be resurrected for our times it's 'ideology'. Some very obvious shortcomings - he neglects post-colonial and feminist critiques in favour of the canon, but mercilessly shreds the canon if that's any consolation. Only took me so long to read because I had to have a good think after every 10 pages. The cranky old marxist shtick is sometimes hilarious , sometimes grating, so probs not for everybody [...]

    5. not a bad introduction to the subject matter. witty, committed, fine attention to detail. opens with a decent schedule of attempted definitions. contains useful discussion of ideological 'strategies,' and describes the effects of ideology in general. attempts generally to present a history, from the earliest uses up through the 20th century.

    6. Some people disapprove but I rather like Eagleton's humour in choosing examples (e.g. the third on the right trireme galley slave) that illustrate his points (e.g. about false consciousness). They make this book a useful critique everyday life. Those who are deadly serious (in every sense of the term) might want to look elsewhere.

    7. İ met him at library via his book " ideology "eology has a large meaning and he mentioned every points .After that ,l will read all his studies.

    8. If you want to write a single word, or think a single thought about ideology, this is your perfect literature review. It isn't a treatment that is likely to clarify the murky air around the concept of ideology for the reader (or let me take a step back from generalizing and say that it did not do this for me), for the concept does not allow for that to happen very easily. Instead, the book succesfully gives a nearly full account of the written thought on and around the subject. For most of the b [...]

    9. Eagleton summarizes and critiques a wide range of philosophers who are generally associated with the study of ideology, often contrasting one theory against the other. His Marxist background seeps through in every line but that didn't stop the book from becoming food for thought, and that's what a book is supposed to be. The wide array of theories discussed reinforced my own conviction that human subjectivity is an artifact, dynamically constructed by the interaction between social forces and ma [...]

    10. Though this was, for someone like me with no formal education on the subject, a great overview of different thinkers on the subject of ideology from Hegel to Bourdieu, by this year it feels both a little outdated, and a little short on a clear articulation of Eagleton's own views. Often he will say "well this writer came up with an interesting idea but takes it too far", choosing to occupy a vaguely delineated middle ground between the extremes of discourse analysis or historicist theory, but de [...]

    11. I would give five stars if it wasn't so much complex and intense. However, it is a good treatise on epistemological and onthological analysis of the concept "ideology". Eagleton presents every approach on how the concept of ideology should be treated. Beware; do not try to read in two weeks; instead read in a prolonged time.

    12. A tour of Western ideas of ideology . . . both as purpose-giving mental framework and ideology as false consciousness. Wise enough to see that these two facets can be distinguishable--some beliefs are just false--but that, ultimately, we're all shaped and motivated by beliefs that are essentially ideological--unprovable but nonetheless essential.

    13. Very good introduction to the complex concept of ideology, but definitely a very pointed one. Eagleton is occasionally scathing in his criticism of how certain theorist understand and deploy the concept.

    14. Very useful book to trace the meaning of the word IDEOLOGY.just that no matter how much"objective" Eagleton tries to seem it is soooo obvious that Marxism is all over his book and I doubt he would not side with Marxist theoriest necessarily Marx's but Marxists'.

    15. A great primer and way to branch off into primary source material with a skeletal understanding of what you're getting into.

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