Heidegger And Future Presencing (The Black Pages) (eBook)
de Spencer Golub
Sobre o livro
This book applies Heidegger's writings to experimental fictions and film genres in order to study a being-there that performs itself beyond liveness and a future that is already here. Theatrical mise-en-scene is analyzed as a way of modeling the Heideggerian ontological-existential, exchanging a deeper presencing for the fictional "e;now"e; of liveness. The book is organized around ostensible objects that are in fact things-as-such and performs its theme via time-traveling, interruptions, decompositions, incompleteness, failure, geometric patterning, and above all black pages first cited in Tristram Shandy. This is a nuanced, original work that combines unexpected sources with even more unexpected writing, imagery, and correspondences. It is part of Golub's ongoing project of lyrically reimagining philosophy and the mise-en-scene of theatrical performance (a presence-room of consciousness) in light of one another.