29 SES 07, Disrupting knowledge through arts education practices
Western musical culture has been historically abandoned the other, in his alterity quality, into the forgetfulness, captured everywhere, in the holly state of the supremacy of the occidental Being.
Moving apart from this point of view we have a chance, in this lecture, to reflect the importance of building up different perspectives, or paradigms, where it is conceivable to recognize the alterity – the other - as a possibility to open, even exceed, the western-centered logic of the Being.
Of course, this assumption comes out from a world full of narcissism culture, the world where we are living, that moves us to the society-of-spectacle in the post-modernity, where every object of desire – music included – is prepared and organized to satisfy our selfish way of living.
It is exactly this cultural atmosphere – i.e.: music vs ethno-music - that promoted in us the philosophical criticism on the primacy and priority of the ontology, neglecting the other, in his alterity, and pushing him to the abyss and to his complete cultural disappearance.
So, in our lecture, we want to declare that it is important to create a balanced and intercultural world between ethics and ontology in recognition of the other in its alterity.
The contents of this lecture are crafted from reading/observing an original audiovisual exposition where the participants have the oportunity of discussing the subjects ( World and the Other). We will combine the active and expository method with different strategies during the presentation. Aural listening and readind in viva voce is also relevant and required for this event.
Valuing the link between listening and looking/reading is intended to foster participants reflection on the merits of building an aesthetic, experienced understanding about the world and the other. It also aims to deepen their analytical and contextualization capacity within a profoundly contemporary atmosphere.
Cage, J, (1961), Silence Agamben, Giorgio (2018), O Aberto Sloterdijck, Peter (2008), O estranhamento do mundo
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