Table of contents for Staging history : Brecht's social concepts of ideology / Astrid Oesmann.

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Table of Contents
Foreword										 1
Introduction										 2
1	Criticism as the Arena of Historical Change					 9
Realism and Reversed Perception					13
Art as the Speaker of History						22
Natural History							35
Mimetic Activities							48
2	Prehistories									 62
		The Theatrical Destruction of Subjectivity				63
		The Unorganized Material						90
		Instincts and Transformations						102
3	Man Between Material and Social Order					 118 
		Material Against Identity: Mann ist Mann				121
		Brecht's Concept of the Public Sphere				127
		The Captured Material (Exploitation/Imploitation)			137
		Political Distinctions							152
4	Revolution: Change and Persistence						 170
		The Teaching Plays: Brecht's Theory of Poverty			170
		Social Space and Human Standing					177
		Einverständnis: Consensus in Crisis					190
		Subject Bound/Thought Unbound					199
		Defacement and Death						214
5	Brecht's Archaeology of Knowledge						 228
		The Genealogy of Terror						230
		Memory and Morality							245
		Body in Time: Haltung						251
		Thought in Time: Lehre						260
Notes to Chapter 1									 273
Notes to Chapter 2									 283
Notes to Chapter 3									 291
Notes to Chapter 4									 295
Notes to Chapter 5									 299

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956 Political and social views, Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956 Criticism and interpretation