Adorno and Performance

Adorno and Performance

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The work of the leading Frankfurt School philosopher Theodor W. Adorno (1903-1969) continues to have an immense influence on contemporary cultural and critical theory, sociology, musicology, aesthetics, and political thought. Just as Adorno's theoretical approach spans a wide interdisciplinary terrain, so too does the emerging field of performance philosophy bring many disciplinary approaches together to articulate a renewed understanding of the practice of philosophy and the philosophical dimensions of performance. Adorno and Performance argues for the 'actuality' of Adorno's philosophy of art and dialectical criticism for the discipline of performance philosophy, where, following Max Pensky, the term actuality refers to both 'relevance for the present and its concerns' or 'up to date, ' 'still in fashion.' The volume's essays work through Adorno's philosophy as it relates to theatre, drama, music, aesthetics, everyday life, the relation of art to society, theory to practice, and other domains of 'performance.'a€œTo come to onea#39;s sensesa€requires a momentin which one suspends acertain course of action and comes to experience ... Such a restorative function, however , does notaspire to the resurrection ofan original meaningor touncover an authenticanbsp;...

Title:Adorno and Performance
Author: Will Daddario, Karoline Gritzner
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-10-15

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