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The theatre of phenomenology

The theatre of phenomenology ANGELAKI journal of the theoretical humanities volume 8 number 3 december 2003 All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players … Shakespeare This is philosophy not as thought, but as theatre. Foucault his is the theatrum philosophicum: theatre Tnot as philosophy, but as phenomenology – for pure phenomenology is the thought of pure philosophy as pure theatre, that is, the impurity or impossible purity of phenomenology’s phenomenology, the pure impurity of theatre’s theatre, and thought’s thought, like philosophy’s philosophy. andrew haas Yet what if phenomenology already knows it? What if Husserl is a philosopher “sufficiently perverse to play the game of truth and error THE THEATRE OF badly?” In other words, what if phenomenology ironically builds its own disruption into science? PHENOMENOLOGY If the event of thought is a feign? If the effect of opening up and closing off questioning is a con? If the act of thinking is just an act? The theatre subjectivity as well. Indeed, phenomenology is of phenomenology just another theatrum neither psychologism nor historicism; it is “all- philosophicum? In other words, what if the embracing philosophy,” and therefore the solu- emperor has no clothes – and he knows it? http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities Taylor & Francis

The theatre of phenomenology

Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities , Volume 8 (3): 12 – Dec 1, 2003
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1469-2899
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10.1080/0969725032000154395
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Abstract

ANGELAKI journal of the theoretical humanities volume 8 number 3 december 2003 All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players … Shakespeare This is philosophy not as thought, but as theatre. Foucault his is the theatrum philosophicum: theatre Tnot as philosophy, but as phenomenology – for pure phenomenology is the thought of pure philosophy as pure theatre, that is, the impurity or impossible purity of phenomenology’s phenomenology, the pure impurity of theatre’s theatre, and thought’s thought, like philosophy’s philosophy. andrew haas Yet what if phenomenology already knows it? What if Husserl is a philosopher “sufficiently perverse to play the game of truth and error THE THEATRE OF badly?” In other words, what if phenomenology ironically builds its own disruption into science? PHENOMENOLOGY If the event of thought is a feign? If the effect of opening up and closing off questioning is a con? If the act of thinking is just an act? The theatre subjectivity as well. Indeed, phenomenology is of phenomenology just another theatrum neither psychologism nor historicism; it is “all- philosophicum? In other words, what if the embracing philosophy,” and therefore the solu- emperor has no clothes – and he knows it?

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Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical HumanitiesTaylor & Francis

Published: Dec 1, 2003

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