theatre of the oppressed glossary 1

theatre of the oppressed glossary 1 - 1 Spect-actors are...

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1 Spect-actors are people who give advice and ideas to actors, and who can take over the role of the actor. 2 Invisible theatre is a form of theatre that takes place in public and involves the audience while the audience does not know it is simply theater and not a real life occurrence. 3 Politics are who gets what, when, and how? 4 Temerity is unreasonable fearlessness. When you are not afraid of a bug fearlessness is a good thing. However when you are not afraid of an incredibly poisoness spider about to bite you it is hazardous, which is temerity. 5 Nature , as Aristotle portrays it, is not simply the concrete objects considered by most to be nature, but the movement of all objects. 6 Virtue is adopting the same ideas on what is right and wrong based on the ideas your society has presented. Virtue is not innate; it has to be learned. It cannot be an extreme, but it also cannot be in the middle. 7 Mimesis
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course IDST 2310 taught by Professor Pinney during the Spring '08 term at GCSU.

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