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Living Together - Roland Barthes, the Individual and the Community

Living Together - Roland Barthes, the Individual and the Community

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Is it possible to create a community where everyone lives according to their own rhythm, and yet respects the individual rhythms of others? This volume contains new essays which investigate and actualize the concepts that Roland Barthes discussed in his famous 1977 lecture series on "How to Live Together" at the Collège de France. The anthology presents original and thought-provoking approaches to questions of conviviality and "idiorrhytmic life forms" in literature, arts and other media. The essays are written by 32 highly competent scholars from seven countries, representing literary studies, philosophy, social sciences, theology, church history, psychoanalysis, art history, architecture, media studies, history of ideas, and biology.
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Knut Stene-Johansen (Dr. phil.), born in 1957, is Professor of Comparative Literature and teaches aesthetics, literary history and theory at the University of Oslo. In his research he uses concepts from the medical humanities, psychoanalysis, 18th century studies and historical and contemporary gastronomy. Christian Refsum (Dr. Art.), born in 1962, is Professor of Comparative Literature, and teaches aesthetics, literary history and theory at the University of Oslo. He specializes in the fields of aesthetics, love studies and world literature. Johan Schimanski (Dr. Art.), born in 1963, is Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Oslo and at present Head of Research at the Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages. He is also a visiting research professor of cultural encounters at the University of Eastern Finland. His research focuses on border poetics, Arctic discourses, and literary exhibition practices.
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