Reality principles : from the absurd to the virtual /
|Author / Creator:||Blau, Herbert, author.|
|Imprint:||Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©2011.|
|Description:||1 online resource (292 pages)|
|Subject:||Theater -- Philosophy.|
PERFORMING ARTS -- Theater -- History & Criticism.
Theater -- Philosophy.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12012436|
Table of Contents:
- Relevance: the shadow of a magnitude
- The faith-based initiative of the theater of the absurd
- The soul-complex of Strindberg: suffocation, scopophilia, and the seer
- From the dreamwork of secession to orgies mysteries theater
- Performing the chaosmos: farts, follicles, mathematics, and delirium in deleuze
- Seeming, seeming: the illusion of enough
- Who's there? community of the question
- The emotional memory of directing
- The commodius vicus of Beckett: vicissitudes of the arts in the science of affliction
- Among the deepening shades: the Beckettian moment(um) and the Brechtian arrest
- Apnea and true illusion: breath(less) in Beckett
- Art and crisis: homeland security and the noble savage
- Ground zero: the original vision (may 16, 2008)
- Blessings to the pope and the witch
- The pathos of dialogue: unable to speak a word
- Thinking history, history thinking
- Why "what history?"
- The human nature of the bot
- Virtually yours: presence, liveness, lessness
- Auto archive.