Play, Philosophy and Performance

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erscheint ca. am 16. Februar 2021
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  • 258 Seiten
 
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Play, Philosophy and Performance is a cutting-edge collection of essays exploring the philosophy of play. It showcases the most innovative, interdisciplinary work in the rapidly developing field of Play Studies.

How we play, and the relation of play to the human condition, is becoming increasingly recognised as a field of scholarly inquiry as well as a significant element of social practice, public policy and socio-cultural understanding. Drawing on approaches ranging through morality and ethics, language and the nature of reality, aesthetics, digital culture and gaming, and written by an international group of emerging and established scholars, this book examines how our performance at play describes, shapes and influences our performance as human beings.

This is essential reading for anybody with an interest in leisure, education, childhood, gaming, the arts, playwork or many branches of philosophical enquiry.

  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Malcolm MacLean is a historian whose research focusses on the cultural and social experience and identities associated with movement and sport, with a specific interest in colonial, imperial and decolonial relations and in sport-related political activism. He is a co-founder of the biennial international Philosophy at Play conferences, as well as a member of the Editorial College of The International Journal of the History of Sport and editorial boards of Sport in History¿ Journal of Sport History and Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies. His academic affiliations include Honorary Associate Professor at The University of Queensland, Australia, Honorary Research Fellow at De Montfort University, UK, and Senior Research Associate at the University of Gibraltar, Gibraltar.

Wendy Russell is a researcher and educator on children's play and Visiting Fellow at the University of Gloucestershire, UK, where she developed and taught on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes on children's play and playwork. Her research focuses on supporting children's right to play, particularly in terms of the politics of space, policy and ethics. She is a co-founder of the biennial international Philosophy at Play conferences and on the editorial board of the International Journal of Play.

Emily Ryall is Reader in Applied Philosophy at the University of Gloucestershire, UK. She is former Chair of the British Philosophy of Sport Association as well as a member of the executive committee for the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport. She also sits on the editorial panel for the Journal for the Philosophy of Sport, and regularly provides editorial assistance to other sports related journals.

Introduction

Part I: Play and the Performance of Morality

1 Do Toy Guns Kill People? Playing with Guns

Chris Bateman

2 Analyzing Morality via the Philosophy of Play

Martin Weichold

3 A Playful Approach to Cultivating Intellectual Virtues: Why So Serious?

Yujia Song

4 Ethical Dimensions of Play and Care: Reflections Based on Donald Winnicott's Theory of Play and the Ethics of Care

Alice Koubová and Petr Urban

Part II: Language and Play In/And 'The Real'

5 Language, Play, and Understanding: What Semantics Might Learn from Children

Charles Djordjevic

6 Living on the Edge: Zhuangzi, Ludus, and ¿ (you)

Brandon Underwood

7 Robert Pfaller and the Disappearance of Play in Contemporary Culture: Illusions without Subjects

Kevin Kennedy

Part III: Playful Aesthetics

8 Notes on Playful Cinema and Performance: Stop Making Sense

Elena Pachner Sarno

9 Childhood Ghosts with Boltanski and Benjamin

Rosana Kohl Bines

10 The Complexity of Play: A Response to Guyer's Analysis of Play in Schiller's Letters on the Aesthetic Education of Man

Kate Brelje

11 How Computer Game Design Affects Moral Engagement: Mechanics Taking Over

Oliver Milne and Viktor Ivankovic

Part IV: Play's Performative Praxis

12 Unexpected Movements as Meaningful Expression in Play: Strange Twists of the Body

Ellen Mulder

13 Posthuman Interpretations of Mutual Play between a Human, Cat and Machine

Marleena Mustola

14 Time and Creativity in Survival Games: Bergson Plays with the Tao

Ivan Mussa

15 Digital Play as an Epistemic Experience

Rita Santoyo Venegas

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