Tag Archives: Henry IV

Michael Bogdanov: ‘The Readiness is All: Existential Shakespeare’

[This paper was given on October 24, 2013 as part of the series on Shakespeare and Philosophy] The Readiness Is All Good evening. For the purposes of this lecture,  I am going to concern myself with six plays – Hamlet, … Continue reading

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WiP: ‘Trouble at the Globe: Emma Rice, original practices and the politics of shared light’ with Ildiko Solti, Nov 17

Our next Work-in-Progress session features our own Dr Ildiko Solti discussing recent developments in the artistic direction of the Globe Theatre alongside the theatrical approach of original practice. Below is an abstract for the session as well as links to related … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Knapp: Hamlet and the Sovereignty of Reasons -podcast

Listen to Jeffrey Knapp‘s excellent talk on the Sovereignty of Reasons – here. Knapp discusses how the understanding the world and its reasons is linked to subjective sovereignty but also how the sovereign is dependent on their subjects or being … Continue reading

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