TextBook : Performance Phenomenology: To The Thing Itself (Performance Philosophy), 1st Edition (PDF Download)

A Digital Textbook : Performance Phenomenology: To The Thing Itself (Performance Philosophy), 1st Edition
By Stuart Grant, Jodie McNeilly-Renaudie, Matthew Wagner
ISBN 10: 3319980580 | ISBN 13:9783319980584
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1. Introduction
Part I. Performance and Phenomenology
2. The Essential Question: So What’s Phenomenological About Performance Phenomenology?
3. Phenomenological Methodology and Aesthetic Experience: Essential Clarifications and Their Implications
4. The Unnamed Origin of the Performative in Heidegger’s Interpretation of Aristotelian Phron?sis
Part II. Phenomenology of Performance
5. A Phenomenology of Being Seen
6. ‘A Unique Way of Being’: The Place of Music in Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception
7. Foregrounding the Imagination: Re-reflecting on Dancers’ Engagement with Video Self-recordings
8. Sensing Film Performance
9. Phenomenologically Absurd, Absurdly Phenomenological
Part III. Performance as Phenomenology/Phenomenology as Performance
10. On Not Being Able to Dance: The Interring
11. Performance Criticism: Live Writing as Phenomenological Poi?sis
12. The Erotic Reduction: Crossed Flesh in Lea Anderson’s The Featherstonehaughs Draw on the Sketchbooks of Egon Schiele
13. Sound Design: A Phenomenology
14. Acting Without ‘Meaning’ or ‘Motivation’: A First-Person Account of Acting in the Pre-articulate World of Immediate Lived/Living Experience
15. Thinking with Performance

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