Inter Views in Performance Philosophy : Crossings and Conversations
- Anna Street, Julien Alliot, Magnolia Pauker, Editors.
- London, United Kingdom : Palgrave Macmillan, 
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- xi, 351 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
- Performance philosophy.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
This book offers a glimpse of new perspectives on how philosophy performs in the gaps between thinking and acting. Bringing together perspectives from world-renowned contemporary philosophers and theorists - including Judith Butler, Alphonso Lingis, Catherine Malabou, Jon McKenzie, Martin Puchner, and Avital Ronell - this book engages with the emerging field of performance philosophy, exploring the fruitful encounters being opened across disciplines by this constantly evolving approach. Intersecting dramatic techniques with theoretical reflections, scholars from diverse geographical and institutional locations come together to trace the transfers between French theory and contemporary Anglo-American philosophical and performance practices in order to challenge conventional approaches to knowledge. Through the crossings of different voices and views, the reader will be led to explore the in-between territories where performance meets traditionally philosophical tools and mediums, such as writing, discipline, plasticity, politics, or care.
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- Interviews in Performance Philosophy
- Performance philosophy
- "The original encounter that brought these discussions together was the Theater, Performance, Philosophy : Crossings and Transfers in Contemporary Anglo-American Thought conference held at the Sorbonne in June 2014."--Page v.
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