Philosophy of Dance
Midwest Studies in Philosophy (Band Nr. 44)
1. Auflage März 2020
288 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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This volume brings together new work in the philosophy of dance for a general philosophical audience. Scholars working across the fields of philosophy, dance studies, and related areas explore the nature of dance as a practice and an artform. This collection of essays covers topics such as the experience of dancing, the nature and appreciation of dance artworks, and the distinctive contribution of dance to philosophical understanding.
* Carrie Noland, "'Like-Sensing Subjects': Husserl and Dance"
* Barbara Montero, "The Paradox of Post-Performance Amnesia"
* Jonathan Owen Clark, "Image Consciousness, Movement Consciousness"
* Noël Carroll, "Some Stabs at the Ontology of Dance"
* Julie Van Camp, "Identity in Dance: What Happened?"
* Graham McFee, "Audiences Appreciating Dances"
* David Davies, "Dance Seen and Dance-Screened"
* Paul Thom, "On Dancers as Coauthors"
* Richard Shusterman, "Dance as Art, Theatre, and Practice"
* Andy Hamilton, "Rhythm and Movement: The Conceptual Interdependence of Music, Dance and Poetry"
* Aili Bresnahan, "Is Tap Dance A Form of Jazz Percussion?"
* Anna Pakes, "Can There Be Conceptual Dance?"
* Troy Jollimore, "Beauty Always Dies: The Philosophical Significance of Non-Enduring Artworks"
* Barry Allen, "Three Kinds of Movement"
* Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, "Movement: Its Centrality in Natural History and Its Lifelong Significance: What Evolution (and Gesture) Can Teach Us"
* Kristin Boyce, "Beyond Petipa and Before the Academy: Plato, Socrates and Alexi Ratmansky's Serenade After Plato's Symposium"
Howard K. Wettstein is Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Riverside. His Ph.D. is from the City University of New York and his B.A. from Yeshiva College. In 2013 his book The Significance of Religious Experience was published by Oxford University Press. Earlier books include Has Semantics Rested On a Mistake? and Other Essays (Stanford University Press, 1991) and The Magic Prism: An Essay in the Philosophy of Language (Oxford University Press, 2004). He has edited or co-edited several volumes including Themes From Kaplan and Diasporas and Exiles: Varieties of Jewish Identity. Wettstein senses the approach of his forthexisting book, The Fabric of Faith.
Patrick Londen received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of California, Riverside. His work focuses on phenomenology, existentialism, and practical philosophy more generally in the post-Kantian European tradition, as well as topics in ethics and aesthetics. His dissertation is titled Authenticity and Agency: Heidegger's Constitutivism.