We are delighted to announce that the latest issue of the Performance Philosophy journal – Vol.3, No. 2/3 (2017) – is out now.
Philosophy On Stage:
The Concept of Immanence in Contemporary Art and Philosophy
Edited by Arno Böhler, Eva-Maria Aigner, and Elisabeth Schäfer
This is our first bilingual issue, available in both English and German
The issue also includes the second iteration of the ReViews section, edited by Will Daddario and Ioana Jucan.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Philosophy On Stage: The Concept of Immanence in Contemporary Art and Philosophy
Arno Böhler, Eva-Maria Aigner, Elisabeth Schäfer
Immanence: A life… Friedrich Nietzsche
Nietzsche: An Immanentist?
Andreas Urs Sommer
Untimely Meditation: Nietzsche et cetera
Alice Lagaay, Susanne Valerie Granzer
Figurations of Immanence
Dialectic of Restlessness
‘The Shadow of One’s Own Head’ or The Spectacle of Creativity
Susanne Valerie Granzer
Gilbert Simondon’s ‘Transduction’ as Radical Immanence in Performance
Paulo de Assis
Laruelle, Immanence, and Performance: What Does Non-Philosophy Do?
John Ó Maoilearca
Equalizing Theatre and Philosophy: Laruelle, Badiou, and gestures of authority in the philosophy of theatre
Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca
‘A work of art does not contain the least bit of information’: Deleuze and Guattari and Contemporary Art
Immanence in Physics
Theatrical Immanence: The Deus ex Machina after the Death of God
Returning to Jamais Vu: Uncanny Encounters in the Live Art Archive and in the Flesh
for colored girls who’ve considered suicide while surviving Post-Traumatic Slavery Syndrome (with acknowledgements to Ntozake Shange and Dr. DeGruy)
To Repeat or Not To Repeat: That is the Question