A Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo promotes a free course on the theme "the theater and literature of Jean-Paul Sartre", who will speak about the way that the author found to bring his thinking to the concreteness of human reality. Without doubt, the author always pegged his thoughts to reality. In this course, the principal themes treated by Sartre in his first major philosophical work, namely “The be” and “The nothing” (L ' être et lenéant) are approached through their literary works and his Theater of situations, as he himself called it. This way, was chosen a literary work “The Nausea” (La Nausée), written in 1938, where he puts the fundamental principles of his philosophy of existence and three plays in which he puts into focus issues that are part of the human experience, lighting the thought-provoking philosophical look. Such works are: “HuisClos” (1938), translated as “Between four walls”. “Lesmouches” (1943) translated as “The flies” and, Finally, “Le diable and lebondieu” (1951) translated as “The devil and the good god ".
The main objective of this course is, by means of literary sartrianas, clear to an audience, not always knowledgeable of his philosophical thought, that the issues directly linked to the concreteness of everyday reality can and should be intended philosophically, and that was precisely their intention. It is possible to live philosophically. We can say that this was a message left by this author and, for this reason, is the main purpose of this course.
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Professor: Prof. Dr. Neide Rabbit Bangura – Bachelor's degree in psychology from the University Gama Filho (RJ); graduated in Philosophy at Assumption University Center – UNIFAI (1999) (SP); master and PhD in philosophy from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo – PUC/SP. Currently coordinates the course of philosophy of Assumption University Center – UNIFAI, acting as teacher, in the disciplines of ethics and contemporary philosophy and history of Classical Philosophy. I've taught in the disciplines of ancient philosophy and introduction to philosophy and Philosophy of the natural sciences.. Created the postgraduate course latus sense of contemporary philosophy in the University Center.. The last book – History and shortage in Jean-Paul Sartre – released by EDUC with support of FAPESP, had his title indicated for the Jabuti award 2012, competing for the human sciences.
Period: 08 a 29/03 (Tuesdays)
|Time: 19H30 at 9:30 pm|
|Load time: 8 hours|
|Value: $ 200.00 (LIMITED PLACES)|
Information: (11) 5627.5393
|Local: Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo|
|Address: Avenida Tiradentes, 676 – Light | Subway Tiradentes|
Free parking (or access alternative): Rua Jorge Miranda, 43
I'M MORE PROGRAM BUT
Associated with the program I'm More BUT will have discount on this course:
- Friend Baroque: 5%
- Friend Crib: 10%
- Friend Goldsmith: 15%
To meet the program, the advantages of each class and join, visit: www.museuartesacra.org.br