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Budanov V.G., Sinitcyna T.A. —
Quantum-synergetic ontology of generalized corporeality (II): post-nonclassics, temporality, and reflection of acting
// Culture and Art.
– 2020. – ¹ 10.
– P. 49 - 66.
DOI: 10.7256/2454-0625.2020.10.34181 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=34181
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In this article, the author advances the idea of generalized corporeality in its functional manifestations in the acts of communication, activity, and theatrical art. The work is dedicated to the problem of “smart body”, in other words, conscious and manageable generalized corporeality is one of the core themes in development and self-improvement of acting skills and onstage genuineness. The key problem is the problem of harmony, unity between inner and outside, words and doings, thoughts and actions, realized by the actor just partially, so is by the stage director and audience. The author attempts to describe this problem by means of post-nonclassical philosophical methodology offered by V. S. Stepin, concepts of post-nonclassical practices, synergy of motion and state, which marks the synthesis of the ontologies of states of generalized corporeality and temporal ontologies, introduced in the previous article. The author also attracts the concept of unconscious reflection of V. Lefebvre, which describes a special type of reflection as a certain unconscious component of generalized corporeality that creates a specific interpretation of the skill and work with time in post-nonclassical context. Interpretation of the acquired acting skills that taught in many schools of classical and contemporary theatre, from K. Stanislavski and M. Chekhov to A. Artaud and E. Barba, are also viewed through the prism of reflection of synthetic ontologies of generalized corporeality. In conclusion, the author introduces theatrical interpretation of the twofold activity triad, which allows embracing the relationship between various observers, the actors of theatrical event: actor – stage director – audience.
theatrical action, synergy, temporal ontologies, state ontologies, quantum psychology, generalized corporeality, reflection, anthropology, directing, acting
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