We’re delighted to announce that the latest issue of the Performance Philosophy journal – Vol 3, No 1 (2017) – is out now!
The journal is free to access here: http://www.
This issue include the special section: “Towards an Ethics of Gesture” edited by Lucia Ruprecht.
It also see the launch of a new regular section: ReViews, edited by Will Daddario and Ioana Jucan.
See below for the full table of contents,
Table of Contents
Special Section: Towards an Ethics of Gesture
Introduction: Towards an Ethics of Gesture
Ethos Formula: Liturgy and Rhetorics in the Work of Ted Shawn
Ethics, Gesture and the Western
The Paradox of a Gesture, Enlarged by the Distension of Time: Merleau-Ponty and Lacan on a Slow-Motion Picture of Henri Matisse Painting
The Conduct of Contemplation and the Gestural Ethics of Interpretation in Walter Benjamin’s “Epistemo-Critical Prologue”
In Our Hands: An Ethics of Gestural Response-ability. Rebecca Schneider in conversation with Lucia Ruprecht
Rebecca Schneider, Lucia Ruprecht
‘Alive’ Performance: Toward an Immersive Activist Philosophy
Beuys’ Chair and the Violence of the Other: Toward a Theory of Aesth-ethics
Robotic Performance: An Ecology of Response
‘Visibility brings with it responsibility’: Using a Pragmatic Performance Approach to Explore a Political Philosophy of Technology
A ‘Paradox of Expression’: Merleau-Ponty and the Intertwining Nature of Brecht’s ‘not…but’ Procedure
An Early Concept of the Theatre of Interplay: The Relevance of Branko Gavella’s Theory for the Development of Performance Philosophy
Ethics of Play in Earpiece Performances by Nature Theater of Oklahoma and Gob Squad
Coracles, Castanets, Cadaqués
Kathleen M. Gough
The Theatricality of the Punctum: Re-Viewing Camera Lucida
Harry Robert Wilson
This Kinetic World: Rethinking the Grid (Neo-Baroque Calls)
Lara D. Nielsen