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Philosophizing Brecht: Critical Readings on Art, Consciousness, Social Theory and Performance.

9789004404434

Philosophizing Brecht: Critical Readings on Art, Consciousness, Social Theory and Performance

Edited by Norman Roessler and Anthony Squiers

BRILL

2019

206 pages

$113.00

Hardcover

Consciousness, Literature and the Arts; Volume 55

PT2603

Scholars in a number of disciplines describe how the thinking of German playwright and poet Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) has impacted their field. Their topics include the performance of racialized bodies and Brecht's operatic anthropology, consciousness in Brechtian acting: defamiliarizing the self, Brecht and film theory: how Brecht's theory and method impacted the development of screen theory, and philosophizing with Brecht and Gunter Anders: what is wrong with moralism. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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