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CURVES 14. Portugal
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Auf Kurvenjagd am AtlantikIst CURVES jetzt unter die Surfer gegangen? Oder unter die Fado-Liebhaber? Gibt es demnächst vielleicht ein großes Soulful-Driving-Wandgemälde in Lissabon, der pulsierenden Hauptstadt der Streetart? Drehen wir ein paar Runden in Estoril, der bekanntesten Rennstrecke des Landes? Wer weiß das schon? Was wir jedoch wissen: CURVES Nr. 14 geht nach Portugal!Und dass dieses Land für die Freunde des gepflegten Kurvenräuberns einiges zu bieten hat, versteht sich fast von selbst. Die Mischung aus Gebirge, hügeligem Hinterland und Küste ist extrem abwechslungsreich. Dicht besiedelte Regionen wechseln sich mit fast menschenleeren Gebieten ab. Und egal, ob man nach meterhohen Wellen sucht oder lieber in Vinho Verde, gegrillten Sardinen und Natas schwelgt - auch abseits der Straßen hält Portugal einige Höhepunkte bereit.- großartige Fotos, überwältigende Perspektiven- Traumstraßen, Traumstrände, traumhafte Landstraßen- wie gewohnt mit Karten, Routenempfehlungen und HoteltippsEntdecken Sie mit CURVES Portugal ganz neu!- 14. Band der Erfolgsreihe - die Reise geht weiter- für Kopfkino und Reiseplanung- perfekt für Autofans, Biker und FahrradfahrerZweisprachig: Deutsch/EnglischDid CURVES join the surfer community? Or the community of Fado lovers? Will there be a huge soulful-driving mural in Lisbon, the vibrant capital of street art? Will we do a few rounds in Estoril, the country's famous race track? Who knows? But what we do know: CURVES No. 14 goes to Portugal!It goes without saying that this country offers great opportunities for sophisticated curve chasers. The mix of mountains, rolling hinterlands and coast is extremely rich in variety. Densely populated regions alternate with almost uninhabited areas. And no matter whether you wish for high waves or prefer to enjoy Vinho Verde, grilled sardines and pastel de nata - Portugal has to offer lots of off-road highlights.- great photos, breathtaking perspectives- dream roads, dream beaches, perfect country roads- as usual with maps and recommendations for routes and hotelsRediscover Portugal with CURVES!- Volume 14 of the successful series - the journey goes on- for inner cinema and travel planning- perfect for car enthusiasts, bikers and cyclists

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Popular Culture as Art and Knowledge
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This volume settles the debate between analytic and continental philosophy. It turns to art, more specifically popular culture, to demonstrate the validity of continental philosophy. Drawing on the philosophy of Georg Hegel (perhaps the most important of continental philosophers), James Kreines holds that reason in the world metaphysically exists. Reasons of the world are reasons of the Hegelian Absolute. Thus, similar to the fact that gravity is curves in the space-time continuum along which matter moves - reasons are the grooves in the Absolute along which human decision-making occurs. Art allows us to conceptualize, understand, speculate about the grooves (reasons) of the Absolute. Two key points can be drawn from Kreines's position: first, normative values are embedded in reality. Thus, in complete contradistinction to analytic philosophy, there is no bifurcation between the empirical and the normative - to exist is to have normative value. Secondly, the role of social science is to cogitate, explore, identify the reasons of the world that shape social, political norms. Such an approach would decisively move the social sciences away from an emphasis on statistically significant patterns of human behavior (e.g., voting studies) and toward an approach that seeks to analyze the reasons of the world that motivate/shape social and political decisions. Art (particularly popular culture) becomes an important source in identifying the way that people reason about the world and how they perceive political elites reasoning in the world. To adjudicate between continental and analytic philosophy this book on relies on the broadcast iterations of Star Trek, as well as Nazi cinema. With regard to contemporary American politics, in addition to Star Trek, it draws on the television series Game of Thrones, Veep, House of Cards, and The Man in the High Castle. Popular culture is germane to philosophy and contemporary politics because television/movie creators frequently try to attract viewers by conveying authentic philosophical and political motifs. Conversely, viewers seek out authentic movies and television shows. This is in contrast to opinion surveys (for instance), as the formation of the data begins with the surveyor seeking to directly solicit an opinion - however impromptu or shallow.

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Popular Culture as Art and Knowledge
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This volume settles the debate between analytic and continental philosophy. It turns to art, more specifically popular culture, to demonstrate the validity of continental philosophy. Drawing on the philosophy of Georg Hegel (perhaps the most important of continental philosophers), James Kreines holds that reason in the world metaphysically exists. Reasons of the world are reasons of the Hegelian Absolute. Thus, similar to the fact that gravity is curves in the space-time continuum along which matter moves - reasons are the grooves in the Absolute along which human decision-making occurs. Art allows us to conceptualize, understand, speculate about the grooves (reasons) of the Absolute. Two key points can be drawn from Kreines's position: first, normative values are embedded in reality. Thus, in complete contradistinction to analytic philosophy, there is no bifurcation between the empirical and the normative - to exist is to have normative value. Secondly, the role of social science is to cogitate, explore, identify the reasons of the world that shape social, political norms. Such an approach would decisively move the social sciences away from an emphasis on statistically significant patterns of human behavior (e.g., voting studies) and toward an approach that seeks to analyze the reasons of the world that motivate/shape social and political decisions. Art (particularly popular culture) becomes an important source in identifying the way that people reason about the world and how they perceive political elites reasoning in the world. To adjudicate between continental and analytic philosophy this book on relies on the broadcast iterations of Star Trek, as well as Nazi cinema. With regard to contemporary American politics, in addition to Star Trek, it draws on the television series Game of Thrones, Veep, House of Cards, and The Man in the High Castle. Popular culture is germane to philosophy and contemporary politics because television/movie creators frequently try to attract viewers by conveying authentic philosophical and political motifs. Conversely, viewers seek out authentic movies and television shows. This is in contrast to opinion surveys (for instance), as the formation of the data begins with the surveyor seeking to directly solicit an opinion - however impromptu or shallow.

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