The unnamed origin of the performative in Heidegger's interpretation of aristotelian phronēsis
In this chapter, Stuart Grant argues that a sense of the performative is embedded at the core of one of Heidegger's central projects, and that while it is not always explicit or fully realised, an "idea of the performative […] haunts Heidegger's whole body of work".
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Grant, S. (2019)., The unnamed origin of the performative in Heidegger's interpretation of aristotelian phronēsis, in S. Grant, J. Mcneilly-Renaudie & M. Wagner (eds.), Performance phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 63-83.
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