Shaping the Living Body: paradigms of soma and authority in Thomas Hanna’s writings

Autores

  • Margherita De Giorgi (Università di Bologna, Bolonha, Italy) Università di Bologna (Italy) and Université Paris 8 (France)

Palavras-chave:

Hanna, Somatics, Radical Epistemology, Soma-aesthetics, Scientific Discourse,

Resumo

This article outlines some features of the discursive strategies adopted by Thomas Hanna in order to legitimate Somatics – as well as his own method – in the eyes of the scientific community. The notion of soma and the representations of its functions will be recognized at the core of this issue. In order to stress the enduring risk of dogmatism of the scientific rhetoric to our days, as well as their influence on the configuration of somatic discourses, I will be mainly referring to Isabelle Ginot’s radical epistemology and Martha Eddy’s critical perspective. 

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Biografia do Autor

Margherita De Giorgi (Università di Bologna, Bolonha, Italy), Università di Bologna (Italy) and Université Paris 8 (France)

Arts Department and Département Danse, Ph.D.

Publicado

2014-09-19

Como Citar

Giorgi (Università di Bologna, Bolonha, Italy) M. D. (2014). Shaping the Living Body: paradigms of soma and authority in Thomas Hanna’s writings. Revista Brasileira De Estudos Da Presença, 5(1), 54–84. Recuperado de https://www.seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/presenca/article/view/47458

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Seção

Epistemologias da Somática