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Seeing Things Hidden: Apocalypse, Vision and Totality Paperback – 9 Feb 2000

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Malcolm Bull teaches at Oxford. He is the editor of Apocalypse Theory.

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An excellent, genuinely accessible introduction. 5 July 2000
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Through literary and philosophical texts, Malcolm Bull's Seeing Hidden Things: Apocalypse, Vision And Totality investigates the disquieting and fantastic phenomenon of hidden wisdom, knowledge, and information imbedded in the connections between vision and cognition and the widespread assumption that knowledge is a form of sight. From a Heideggerian viewpoint Bull demonstrates that there is no stage at which the totality may be seen and clearly identified. Rather, it is the restriction of view that is a prerequisite necessity for an object to be brought into sight, that is, for an object to be known. Seeing Things Hidden is a superbly written, scholarly study, a truly welcome and much appreciated contribution to philosophy, and an excellent introduction that is genuinely accessible to both students and non-specialist general readers.
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