Mark Zuss, “The Practice of Theoretical Curiosity”
English | ISBN: 9400721161 | September 28, 2011 | PDF | 220 pages | 1,3 MB
The desire for knowledge is an abiding facet of human experience and cultural development. This work documents curiosity as a sociohistorical force initiating research across the disciplines. Projects generated by theoretical curiosity are presented as historical and material practices emerging as expressions of embodied knowledge and experience.