19 – 21 Jun 2014
The Pleasure of Doubt in Art, Aesthetics and Everyday Life
The international conference explores this alternative route to doubt, skepticism and scruples. It started from the assumption that ‘living doubt’ is not just a mental state of disbelief, but a conflicting experiential process. Doubt implicates the body as well as the senses; it stimulates just as much as it irritates; it discloses as well as it obscures. Renowned representatives from anthropology to philosophy discussed how doubt shapes our lives, and how the experience of doubt is or even ought to be dealt with.
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Organized byMark Halawa-Sarholz
In EnglishFirst published on: https://www.ici-berlin.org/events/the-pleasure-of-doubt-in-art/
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