5 edition of Between theater and philosophy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 176-185) and index.
|Statement||Mathew R. Martin.|
|LC Classifications||PR2642.S55 M37 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||00053241|
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"The dialogue between philosophy and theater is developing in a very fruitful and diverse way, and this book makes a real contribution to that development. Tom Stern provides a comprehensive overview of what philosophers have thought about theater, as well as to the social impact of theater that its practitioners intended it to by: 2.
"The dialogue between philosophy and theater is developing in a very fruitful and diverse way, and this book makes a real contribution to that development. Tom Stern provides a comprehensive overview of what philosophers have thought about theater, as well as to the social impact of theater that its practitioners intended it to have.
"The dialogue between philosophy and theater is developing in a very fruitful and diverse way, and this book makes a real contribution to that development.
Tom Stern provides a comprehensive overview of what philosophers have thought about theater, as well as to the social impact of theater that Between theater and philosophy book practitioners intended it to have.5/5(3).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; Between theater and philosophy book cm: Contents: Preface --What is theatre?--From the world to the s: imitation and imagination --Truth and illusion --History in the making --From the stage to the world.A school of morals?Emotions 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.
This is a collection of essays I edited, on all things philosophy of theatre, drama and acting. Topics include contemporary discussions of film vs. theatre, the ethics of acting, ideals of theatrical art, together with historical perspectives including Hegel and Shakespeare, Sartre on the nature of acting, Nietzsche on the relation between philosophy and theatre, and so on.
The relationship between philosophy and theatre is a central theme in the writings of Plato and Aristotle and of dramatists from Aristophanes to Stoppard. Book X begins with Socrates’s. Philosophy, a discipline concerned with truth, being, and the foundations of knowledge, was predestined to abhor the theatre, which is premised on lying, appearance, and the construction of false worlds (Puchner ).
The relationship between theatre and philosophy has certainly been a. devoted to the relationship between philosophy and theatre has seemed very remote. Four books published in the last few years take the opposite view. Each author takes himself to be saying something about philosophy and theatre as a whole, not just about, say, Shakespeare, Sophocles or Seneca.
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Book Description: The fifteen original essays inStaging Philosophymake useful connections between the discipline of philosophy and the fields of theater and performance and use these insights to develop new theories about of the contributors-leading scholars in the fields of performance and philosophy-breaks new ground, presents new arguments, and offers new theories that will.
Plato and Shakespeare are in some sense in agreement that literature is a system of lies, but where the Greek believed there to be “an ancient quarrel between philosophy and poetry,” Shakespeare approached questions of artifice, reality, illusion, experience, and fiction across his 36 plays to dramatize this fundamental paradox of life and.
Pop culture philosophy books live & die by how easy it is to tie the work at hand in with the philosophy and thus make abstract concepts come to life with concrete familiar examples.
The Matrix was ridiculously fertile ground because the movie (and all of its expanded universe) were written with philosophical concepts in mind/5(). In the past – if you look at David Hume or Thomas Reid in the 18th century, for example – there was no distinction between philosophy and psychology.
Psychology split off from philosophy in the 19th century, when people started to develop experimental ways of studying the mind, like the techniques used in other areas of science.Nigel Simmonds’ book Law as a Moral Idea (OUP, ) addresses the main issues of the philosophy of law with refreshing directness.
Simmonds revisits all the central debates of jurisprudence.universities and intellectual traditions between theatre, on the one hand, and philosophy, on the other, is to be deplored and that the fundamental problem in the study of theatre and philosophy is precisely the “and.” Wouldn’t it be great if we could get rid of the “and,” and with it of the dis.