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Přednášky izraelského emeritního profesora Univerzity v Tel Avivu Freddieho Rokema

Katedra teorie a kritiky  srdečně zve všechny zájemce na dvě přednášky izraelského emeritního profesora Univerzity v Tel Avivu Freddieho Rokema

Úterý 1. prosince 2015, 13,15-14,45, K 225, KTK
The Ludic Logic of Tragedy
Logical argumentations have in fundamental ways been embedded in Sophocles‘ Antigone, just
as in most tragedies. Therefore they can in turn be extracted from them, enabling us to reflect
on the role that logic ‚plays‘ in such a context. At the same time as basic logical structures are
deeply integrated and interwoven within a dramatic narrative, tragedy exposes us to situations
where the classical forms of logical thinking – first formulated by Aristotle two generations
after Sophocles wrote his play – are questioned or undermined and in many cases even
radically subverted.


Úterý 1. prosince 2015, 16,30-18,00, R407, KATaP
Aesthetics of the hidden things
Přednáška vedená jako rozhovor s dr. Alicí Koubovou z AV ČR a následná společná debata.

Freddie Rokem
is Professor Emeritus from the Department of Theatre at Tel Aviv University. His major books
are Philosophers and Thespians: Thinking Performance (2010; Jews and the Making of Modern
German Theatre (2010, co-edited with Jeanette Malkin); and the award-winning Performing
History: Theatrical Representations of the Past in Contemporary Theatre (2000. He served as
editor of Theatre Research International from 2006-2009, and is now co-editor of the book
series Performance Philosophy (Palgrave Macmillan). He has been a visiting Professor at
universities in the United States, Germany, Sweden and Finland, and is also a translator and a
dramaturg.


Zájemci nechť se hlásí do 25. 11. přímo Alici Koubové na email alicekoubova@seznam.cz.