Image, Icon, Economy: The Byzantine Origins of the Contemporary Imaginary

Stanford University Press (2004)

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This book argues that the extraordinary force of the image in contemporary life--the contemporary imaginary--can be traced back to the Byzantine iconoclastic controversy of the eighth and ninth centuries.
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