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Chapter 19: Daring to transform (Book chapter)

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ISBN: 9781003035312 Year: Pages: 10 Language: English
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Subject: Performing Arts --- Philosophy
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"The Routledge Companion to Performance Philosophy is a volume of especially commissioned critical essays, conversations, and collaborative, creative and performative writing mapping the key contexts, debates, methods, discourses and practices in this developing field. Firstly, the collection offers new insights on the fundamental question of how thinking happens: where, when, how and by whom philosophy is performed. Secondly, it provides a plurality of new accounts of performance and performativity – as the production of ideas, bodies and knowledges in the arts and beyond. Comprising texts written by international artists, philosophers and scholars from multiple disciplines, the essays engage with questions of how performance thinks and how thought is performed in a wide range of philosophies and performances, from the ancient to the contemporary. Concepts and practices from diverse geographical regions and cultural traditions are analysed to draw conclusions about how performance operates across art, philosophy and everyday life. The collection both contributes to and critiques the philosophy of music, dance, theatre and performance, exploring the idea of a philosophy from the arts. It is crucial reading material for those interested in the hierarchy of the relationship between philosophy and the arts, advancing debates on philosophical method, and the relation between Performance and Philosophy more broadly."

Primus Truber - Schoepfer der slovenischen Schriftsprache?

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Book Series: Slavistische Beitraege ISBN: 9783876907093 Year: Pages: 298 DOI: 10.3726/b12588 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: Linguistics
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The Slovenian written language begins with the works of Primus Truber, so that it must be regarded as its creation - this, in short, would be the result of 200 years of research into the beginnings of Slovenian literacy. The purpose of this work is now to create a little more clarity here and at the same time to ask the question of Primus Trüber as the creator of the Slovenian written language on a different basis than before. Another question is, how did he, when he created one, come to his Slovenian written language?

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