Claudia Moscovici (born June 1, 1969) is a Romanian-American novelist and art/literary critic.

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  • Claudia Moscovici (born June 1, 1969) is a Romanian-American novelist and art/literary critic. (en)
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  • 1969-6-1
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  • Paperback
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  • Ph.D. Brown University, A.B. Princeton University
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  • Romanian, English, French
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  • Romanian-American
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  • Fiction writer, art critic, literary critic
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  • Moscovici brings together the wide-ranging discussion of subjectivity with debates about public discourse.
  • Moscovici argues that Enlightenment philosophy has something to add to the contemporary thinking that aspires to subvert it. She grapples with the problem of truth-certainty as discussed by Kant, reformulated by d'Aembert, and critiqued by Lyotard; and examines the intersection between ethics and epistemology in Enlightenment and contemporary discourses.
  • Claudia Moscovici proposes a new understanding of how gender relations were reformulated by both male and female writers in nineteenth-century France.
  • What do Scott Peterson, Neil Entwistle and timeless literary seducers epitomized by Don Juan and Casanova have in common? They are charismatic, glib and seductive men who also embody the most dangerous human qualities: a breathtaking callousness, shallowness of emotion and the incapacity to love. In other words, these men are psychopaths. Unfortunately, most psychopaths don’t advertise themselves as heartless social predators. They come across as charming, intelligent, romantic and kind. Through their believable “mask of sanity,” they lure many of us into their dangerous nets. Dangerous Liaisons explains clearly what psychopaths are, why they act the way they do, how they attract us and whom they tend to target. Above all, this book helps victims find the strength to end their toxic relationships with psychopaths and move on, stronger and wiser, with the rest of their lives.
  • Erotisms analyzes selected representations of women and sexual relations as they influence different aspects of life, including family relations, professional hierarchies, the field of cultural production, and artistic representations.
  • Erotisms analyzes selected representations of women and sexual relations as they influence different aspects of life, including family relations, professional hierarchies, the field of cultural production, and artistic representations. References *Author's page at Amazon *http://www.curteaveche.wordpress.com/2011/09/20/intre-doua-lumi/Noualiteratura.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/nl-29.pdf *http://Geopolitikon.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/scrisulromanesc_3_2010.pdf *http://www.postromanticism.com/philosophy/main_philo.html *http://www.jurnalul.ro/special/efectul-glenn-593641.htm *http://www.catchy.ro/aventurile-unei-postromantice-intr-o-epoca-postcomunista-interviu/17711 *http://www.forbes.ro/Cum-sa-promovezi-cu-metode-americane-o-carte-despre-comunism_0_2301.html *http://www.revistavip.net/Stiri_de_ultima_ora/Dezvaluirile_scriitoarei_romance_Claudia_Moscovici_/6155/Claudia *http://www.curteaveche.ro/Intre_doua_lumi-3-1298 *http://m.rfi.ro/articol/asculta-rfi-ro/doua-lumi *http://www.zf.ro/ziarul-de-duminica/intre-doua-lumi-de-claudia-moscovici-8756418 *http://www.libertatea.ro/detalii/articol/andy-platon-a-realizat-primul-music-video-facut-pentru-o-carte-356227.html
  • Velvet Totalitarianism, addresses to any reader interested in comparing two political systems of the 80's, before and during the fall of the Iron Curtain: Eastern European totalitarianism and United States democracy. By evoking the drama of family separation and the individual lives of the characters, the author traces the general and the particular experiences of a whole category of people constrained to move between political regimes in order to find answers to the questions of their lives.
  • Romanticism and Postromanticism undertakes an ambitious project: to argue for the continuing importance of Romanticism in the arts, even after modernism and postmodernism, and to support the idea of the relevance of Romanticism with an examination of a contemporary group of artists who call themselves "postromantic." Relying mainly on Gombrich's notion of there being only Romantic writers and artists and Abrams' theory of Romanticism as an orientation rather than a unified historical movement, Moscovici sees Romanticism as a general quality that crosses time as well as typical categorizations of artists and writers.
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  • Erotisms
  • From Sex Objects to Sexual Subjects
  • Romanticism and Postromanticism
  • Velvet Totalitarianism: Post-Stalinist Romania
  • Double Dialectics: Between Universalism and Relativism in Enlightenment and Postmodern Thought
  • Gender and Citizenship: The Dialectics of Subject-Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century French Literature and Culture
  • Dangerous Liaisons: How to Recognize and Escape from Psychopathic Seduction
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  • Romanian writer (en)
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