Lecture with Marcus Steinweg

Wednesday April 9, 6-8pm, Lecture hall 1, 4th floor, Flaggmansvägen 1, Skeppsholmen

There is clearly a friendship between art and philosophy. Like with any friendship, the articulation of a certain difference between the two parties is an important part. Art and philosophy are not one and the same thing. However, the difference already fades in the conceptualisation of art and of philosophy. Perhaps what connects art and philosophy is that art generates a singular concept of art, and philosophy its own concept of philosophy.

Marcus Steinweg  (born in 1971) is a Berlin based philosopher. Books include Bataille Maschine, Berlin 2003; Subjektsingularitäten (Subject-Singularities), Berlin 2004; Behauptungsphilosophie (Philosophy of Assertion), Berlin 2006; Duras (with Rosemarie Trockel), Berlin 2008; Politik des Subjekts (Politics of the Subject), Zurich-Berlin 2009; Aporien der Liebe (Aporias of Love), Berlin 2010 and Kunst und Philosophie / Art and Philosophy, Cologne 2012, Philosophie der Überstürzung (Philosophy of Overhastyness), Berlin 2013.