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Drama, Theatre, and Philosophy: An Introduction : Anglia
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Theatre and Phenomenology
I became interested in philosophy of theatre partly through working on Nietzsche who wrote his first book on Greek tragedy and partly because I was interested in theatre anyway. As I looked into philosophy and theatre, it became clear that contemporary philosophers, even philosophers of art and literature, have had very little to say about theatre. On the other hand, many major figures in the history of philosophy thought theatre was extremely important.
The Philosophy of Theatre, Drama and Acting, ed. Topics include contemporary discussions of film vs.
Theatre of the Absurd
You can find the details here. The main result of my investigations into philosophy and theatre is my book. It presents a series of philosophical topics, problems or questions which arise in relation to theatre and which, taken together, are meant to offer a comprehensive overview and introduction. My imagined readers are students of philosophy who are interested in theatre or theatre people students or practitioners who are interested in philosophy.
The topics I consider include: politics, truth, illusion, emotions and mimesis roughly: imitation.