Body, art and spatialization. Ten theses on a phenomenological approach to corporeality in art and politics
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Álvarez Falcón, Luis
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2014

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The following proposal tries to synthesize ten major theses that explain the multiple levels of experience upon the body. The origin of these considerations is fundamentally philosophical and their consequences affect both the general space of the arts as well as the statute of political philosophy. Phenomenology represents the main theoretical frame of reference. Our ten proposals aim to be a practical resource to unfold a thorough reflection on thought and extension, on the lived body, spatiality and spatialization and its functions of dominion and reaction in the field of politics.

    Álvarez Falcón, Luis. Body, art and spatialization. Ten theses on a phenomenological approach to corporeality in art and politics. Laocoonte. Revista de Estética y Teoría de las Artes; Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Número 1; 114-122.
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