Опубликовано видео и библиография к лекции Татьяны Вайзер "Философия слуха: кого и как мы слушаем и слышим в публичной сфере"

30.07.2015
Лекция прошла в Парке Горького в рамках проекта "Открытая среда" 8 июля 2015 года.


В современной западной теории последних лет философская проблематика слуха становится крайне актуальна. Философия слуха, слушания предполагает смещение внимания с субъекта публичной речи на нашу способность друг друга слушать и слышать. В рамках этой концепции слух понимается не как пассивная сенсорно-физиологическая способность человеческого организма, а как активная практика и добродетель (virtue) публичной коммуникации. С помощью слуха как инструмента внимания мы можем вдохновить других говорить и даже способствовать порождению у них новых идей. Тогда как неготовность слушать своих оппонентов является одним из способов исключить их из пространства публичного взаимодействия, отказать им в равноценности и признании. В лекции будет представлен анализ философского концепта слуха, слушания, как он сложился в современной западной теории, сделан краткий обзор американской и европейской литературы по этой теме (Ж.-Л. Нанси, К. Карут, Э. Добсон, Г. Калдер и др), типологизированы механизмы исключения из публичной сферы «неслышимых» субъектов.

Татьяна Вайзер, к.ф.н., PhD (Université Paris VII), доцент философско-социологического факультета РАНХиГС, преподаватель социологического факультета МВШСЭН, руководитель магистерской программы «Политическая философия и социальная теория» МВШСЭН, член британской Ассоциации Социальной и Политической Философии (ASPP). Сфера интересов: теории демократии, теории публичной коммуникациии коммуникативных деформаций.

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