Suchergebnisse für 'Beckett Philosophy'
Forming a pair with the voice, the gaze is a central structuring element of Samuel Beckett’s creation. And yet it takes the form of a strangely impersonal visual dimension testifying to the absence of...
Schopenhauer, Beckett and the Aesthetics of Irreducibility
Anthony Barron explores the relationship between the philosophy of Schopenhauer and the forms and themes of Beckett’s critical and creative writings. He shows that Beckett’s aesthetic preoccupations...
Matthew Feldman, Karim Mamdani
This collection of essays, most of which return to or renew something of an empirical or archival approach to the issues, represents the most comprehensive analysis of Beckett's relationship to philosophy...
Essays on Archives, Philosophy, and Methodology in Beckett Studies
The dozen essays brought together here, alongside a newly-written introduction, contextualize and exemplify the recent "empirical turn" in Beckett studies. Characterized, above all, by recourse to manuscript...
Journal of Political Philosophy and International Relations
In Statu Nascendi is a new peer-reviewed journal that aspires to be a world-class scholarly platform encompassing original academic research dedicated to the circle of Political Philosophy, Cultural Studies,...
The Relevance of Logic in Medical Care
In our time of well-publicized health care travails, in the USA and the UK and elsewhere, matters of financing too often subsume the dimension of patient care. In his latest book, Alexander L. Gungov studies...
Donald Phillip Verene
Philosophical and Historical Reflections on Food and Dining in Culture
The Science of Cookery and the Art of Eating Well is a philosophical and historical reflection on food and dining in human culture. It includes discussions of the nature of the first meals as found in...
The Common Logical Roots of Anthropology, Politics, Language, and Spirituality
This cumulative course on Johannes Heinrichs’ philosophical works presents the essence of his previous publications: A rich, consistent, and novel monolithic system defying temptations by the zeitgeist.
Trauma, Language, and Subjectivity
Beckett’s Late Stage reexamines the Nobel laureate’s post-war prose and drama in the light of contemporary trauma theory. Through a series of sustained close-readings, the study demonstrates how the...
Charlotta Palmstierna Einarsson
The Corporeal Turn in Samuel Beckett’s Drama
Combining phenomenological analysis with dance and performance analysis and affect theory, A Theatre of Affect: The Corporeal Turn in Samuel Beckett’s Drama takes stock of the various ways in which the...