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spring opening [soundcheck philosophie] #3: Alienation as Method? Experiments and Insights of Performative Philosophy

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spring opening [soundcheck philosophie] #3:  Alienation as Method?  Experiments and Insights of Performative Philosophy

Time: May 24, 2013 from 2pm to 9:30pm
Location: Naumburg - Nietzsche Dokumentationszentrum - Germany
Event Type: conference, (language, german)
Organized By: Eva Maria Gauss
Latest Activity: May 1, 2013

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spring opening [soundcheck philosophie] #3

in the Nietzsche Dokumantationszentrum Naumburg / Germany


Friday, 24. May 2013

14:30 - 21:30 h 

Conference Language: German

Alienation as Method?

Experiments and Insights of Performative Philosophy

a cooperation between "Forschungsschwerpunkt 'Gesellschaft und Kultur in Bewegung' (GKB)" of University Halle-Wittenberg, Expedition Philosophie e.V. and Nietzsche Dokumentatinzentrum Naumburg

Performative Philosopy broadens the interpretation of texts, their capturing and the philosophical communication and understanding by confronting philosophy with something strange and alien. Isn't it strange if these Experiments at the interface of art and philosophy claim to take effect into the discipline of philosophy, even clam to work at the nucleus of philosophy? The conference follows the question, in what sense the confrontation and the play with strange elements support or inhibit processes of aquirement and learning philosophy. The conference changes between lectures and examples of Performative Philosophy and discussion to explore: a) the alienation, which bacomes method in the approaches of Performative Philosophy and b) the strange idea, to enhance the practice of doing philosophy by this was. Therefore examples will be introduced and reflected, also epistemic approaches envinced.

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