Sigrid Hackenberg. Reading Philosophy as Fiction. 2013

source: egsvideo  2013年12月19日
http://www.egs.edu/ Sigrid Hackenberg, philosopher and thinker, talking about the duplicity, philosophy, fiction, and language. In the lecture Sigrid Hackenberg discusses the concepts of knowledge, semiotic, symbolic, Hegel, in relationship to Susan Sontag, Freud, Agamben, Catherine Clément, Barthes, Foucault, focusing on captivation, poetics, and Julia Kristeva. Public open lecture for the students and faculty of the European Graduate School EGS Media and Communication Studies department program Saas-Fee Switzerland Europe 2013 Sigrid Hackenberg.

Sigrid Hackenberg y Almansa, Ph.D., was born in Barcelona, Spain, to German and Spanish parents. An interdisciplinary artist and philosopher based in New York, she is an Assistant Professor of Media Philosophy at the European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Wallis, Switzerland. Her scholarly research interests lie within Continental philosophy and feminism. Recent essays have focused on such topics as the philosophy of language, the act of reading and writing, and 'ethics as first philosophy.' She is the author of a forthcoming study on the writings of G.W.F. Hegel and Emmanuel Levinas(Atropos Press). A book focusing on the topic of language and the feminine is currently in preparation. Hackenberg y Almansa's latest video and sound installation, focusing on the subject of the Spanish Civil War and created in collaboration with Dolores R. A. Hackenberg, was recently commissioned by the Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo (MEIAC), Badajoz, Spain.

Sigrid Hackenberg is the author for Total History, Anti-History and the Face that is Other, "The Figure of Total History, the Sacred and Terror" in Stephen David Ross (Editor). International Studies in Philosophy (2007), she edited journals Poligrafi - Journal for Interdisciplinary Study of Religion (JISR). She did video and sound installations such as The Torture Series: The Abu Ghraib Portraits (2006), THIS MEANS YOU / Nazism, Holocaust, Resistance 1933-1945 (2003), ICH HEIßE (my name is) ROSA LUXEMBURG (2001), and The Time and The Place (1999)