A TURN TOWARDS MATERIALITY AND PERFORMANCE - THE NEW TRENDS IN HUMANITIES AS A CHALLENGE FOR EDUCATION (Zwrot ku materialnosci i performans - nowe tendencje w naukach humanistycznych jako wyzwanie dla edukacji)
In the article the author presents new trends in the humanities defined as a turn toward materiality, or the performative turn, as well as new theories in the philosophy of science, such as actor-network theory (ANT / Actor-Network Theory) developed by Bruno Latour. Although many publications are still dominated by the metaphor of a world of culture perceived as text, it is worth noting that both the humanities and contemporary art have already attempted to refer to the world seen as a dynamic and changing phenomenon. Therefore, (future) pedagogy appears to be particularly concerned with the question of how non / or post / textual approaches in science and non standard artistic activities rejecting the principle of expression / representation (performance ), are changing concepts of a subject, identity and a way of understanding the relationship between a man and the world, especially in the perspective of the distortion of the hierarchical structures such as humans / non-human, organic / non-organic, mind / body, science / art.
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