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Staging Philosophy: Intersections of Theater, Performance, and Philosophy (Theater: Theory/Text/Performance)

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Published by University of Michigan Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theatre, drama,
  • Topics in philosophy,
  • Theater - History & Criticism,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Performing Arts / Theater / History & Criticism,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Philosophy,
  • Social aspects

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDavid Krasner (Editor), David Z. Saltz (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages344
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7632937M
    ISBN 100472069500
    ISBN 109780472069507

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Staging Philosophy: Intersections of Theater, Performance, and Philosophy (Theater: Theory/Text/Performance) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Staging Philosophy raises issues of critical importance by providing case studies of various philosophical movements and schools of thought, including aesthetics, analytic philosophy, phenomenology, deconstruction, critical realism, and cognitive science.

The essays, which are organized into three sections—history and method, presence, and reception—take up fundamental issues such as spectatorship, empathy, ethics, theater Author: David Krasner.

The first book to bridge the disciplines of theater and philosophy, Staging Philosophy will provoke, stimulate, engage, and ultimately bring theater to the foreground of intellectual inquiry while it inspires further philosophical investigation into theater and performance.

David Krasner is Associate Professor of Theater Studies, Author: David Krasner. Staging Philosophyraises issues of critical importance by providing case studies of various philosophical movements and schools of thought, including aesthetics, analytic philosophy, phenomenology, deconstruction, critical realism, and cognitive science.

The essays, which are organized into three sections-history and method, presence, and reception-take up fundamental issues such as spectatorship, empathy, ethics, theater as literature, and the essence of live performance.

Staging Philosophy: Intersections of Theater, Performance and Philosophy edited by krasner, david, and david z. saltz. Correction(s) for this article. DAVID OSIPOVICH. Department of Philosophy University of Iowa. Search for more papers by this author. DAVID OSIPOVICH.

Department of Philosophy University of Iowa Author: David Osipovich. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism Vol Issue 4 Staging Philosophy: Intersections of Theater, Performance and Philosophy edited by krasner, david, Author: David Osipovich.

Contents David Krasner and David Z. Saltz, Introduction PART I: History and Method ONE Julia A. Walker, The Text/Performance Split across the Analytic/Continental Divide 19 TWO Martin Puchner, Kenneth Burke: Theater, Philosophy, and the Limits of Performance 41 THREE Tobin Nellhaus, Critical Realism and Performance Strategies 57 PART II: Presence.

Studies in Theatre and Performance. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe book review. A critical companion to the American stage musical. Paul R. Laird. Pages:   Born in Medellin, Colombia inMarcela relocated to Ecuador She has studied acupuncture, healing humanism, and healing-creative theater in the Neijing School of Quito, Ecuador.

Marcela explores performance techniques such as physical theater, clown, art comedy, storytelling, stage, and theater of the oppressed.9/10(24). An environmental theatre performance in which the audience moves about so that the actors may perform in all the sections of the theatre is most often presented in _____ black box theatre A proscenium arch theatre is sometimes called a "keyhole stage.".

Part I: History and Method 1 Julia A. Walker, The Text/Performance Split across the Analytic/Continental Divide 2 Martin Puchner, Kenneth Burke: Theater, Philosophy, and the Limits of Performance 3 Tobin Nellhaus, Critical Realism and Performance Strategies Part II: Presence 4 Philip Auslander, Humanoid Boogie: Reflections on Robotic Performance 5 No¿l Carroll, Philosophy Cited by: notion of stage presence in light of the deconstruction of presence.

Presence in the Context of Live Performances Despite a fairly recent linguistic turn in acting theory, young actors con-tinue to perform exercises that help them enhance their physical presence. Peter Brook’s work has largely been developed around the idea of theaterCited by: Staging Philosophy: Intersections of Theater, Performance, and Philosophy (Theater: Theory Text Performance) By David Krasner, David Z.

Saltz | Pages | ISBN. The English Renaissance Stage: Geometry, Poetics, and the Practical Spatial Arts, Either Kierkegaard/or Nietzsche; moral philosophy in a new key. French XX bibliography; a bibliography for the study of French literature and culture sincev, no.2, issue no On the philosophy of law.

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Saltz. Staging Philosophy raises issues of critical importance by providing case studies of various philosophical movements and schools of thought, including aesthetics, analytic philosophy, phenomenology, deconstruction, critical realism, and cognitive science. The essays, which are organized into three sections—history and method, presence, and reception—take up fundamental issues such as spectatorship, empathy, ethics, theater Brand: University of Michigan Press.

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Ever since the Greeks, philosophy and theatre have always enjoyed a close and often antagonistic relationship. Yet until recently relatively little scholarly attention has been paid to the relationship between philosophy and theatre, drama or acting. This book offers a collection of new essays by renowned scholars on important topics.

Realism and Naturalism Theatre Conventions by Justin Cash Published March 3, Updated May 9, One of the more confusing aspects of theatre history and performance styles for teachers and students is the differences between realism and naturalism.

Staging Philosophy raises issues of critical importance by providing case studies of various philosophical movements and schools of thought, including aesthetics, analytic philosophy, phenomenology, deconstruction, critical realism, and cognitive science.

The essays, which are organized into three sections—history and method, presence, and reception—take up fundamental issues such as spectatorship, empathy, ethics, theater.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: The text/performance split across the analytic/continental divide / Julia A.

Walker --Kenneth Burke: theater, philosophy, and the limits of performance / Martin Puchner --Critical realism and performance strategies / Tobin. The text/performance split across the analytic/continental divide / Julia A.

Walker --Kenneth Burke: theater, philosophy, and the limits of performance / Martin Puchner --Critical realism and performance strategies / Tobin Nellhaus --Humanoid boogie: reflections on robotic performance / Philip Auslander --Philosophy and drama: performance.

Krasner, David and David Z. Saltz, eds. Staging Philosophy: Intersections of Theater, Performance and Philosophy. University of Michigan Press,pp., $ cloth, $ paper. Although canonical philosophers such as Plato, Nietzsche, and Rousseau were very much interested in the form and substance of theater, this ancient art form has .The first book to bridge the disciplines of theater and philosophy, Staging Philosophy will provoke, stimulate, engage, and ultimately bring theater to the foreground of intellectual inquiry while it inspires further philosophical investigation into theater and performance?