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Victor Vitanza. Lyotard: Linkages, Politics, Nothing. 2011

11/01/11
www.egs.edu Victor Vitanza on Jean-Franois Lyotard's The Differend. In this lecture he discusses linkages, catechism, production of ... tags: Bataille Cage community Critchley differen Freud genre
1:09:37

Simon Critchley. Tragedy's Philosophy and Philosophy's Tragedy. 2011

10/09/11
www.egs.edu Simon Critchley, philosopher and author, talking about tragedy's relation to philosophy. In this lecture, Simon Critchley ... tags: aesthetic comic Critchley death Dionysian disgust drive
1:02:21

Simon Critchley. Tragedy as a Medium. 2011

09/06/11
www.egs.edu Simon Critchley, philosopher and author, fields questions about the nature of tragedy, theater as a medium, and Plato and ... tags: affect Artaud Artistotle autonomy Brecht Butler catharsis
1:03:14

Simon Critchley. Comedic Catharsis. 2011

09/06/11
www.egs.edu Simon Critchley, philosopher and author, talking about ancient Greek tragedy and comedy, Plato, Aristotle and Aristophanes. In ... tags: Aeschylus affect Aristophanes Artistotle carnival catharsis comedy

Simon Critchley. Socrates Against the Tragedians. 2011

09/06/11
www.egs.edu Simon Critchley, philosopher and author, talking about Plato's 'Republic,' specifically books three and four, Socrates' ... tags: affect Artistotle Butler catharsis Critchley EGS European

Simon Critchley. From Tragic Theater to Dialectic Philosophy. 2011

09/06/11
www.egs.edu Simon Critchley, philosopher and author, talking about the tragedy as the transition from myth to law and the relationship ... tags: Aeschylus Artistotle Critchley dialectic dialogue Euripides Hegel
1:14:26

Simon Critchley. Philosophy's Exclusion of Tragedy. 2011

09/05/11
www.egs.edu Simon Critchley, philosopher and author, talking about the relationship between tragedy and philosophy, grief, lamentation, ... tags: Aeschylus aesthetics Aristotle Benjamin Critchley deception ecstasy
1:16:07

Simon Critchley. Twelve Theses on Tragedy. 2011

09/06/11
www.egs.edu Simon Critchley, philosopher and author, talking about tragedy, moral ambiguity, the city-state, ritual, the relationship ... tags: Aeschylus Antigone Critchley EGS Euripides European ghosts