The Seducer's Diary

Kierkegaard’s masterpiece is presented in the form of an elegant theatrical production that enhances all its vibrancy. The seduction of Cordelia by Johannes stands out as a refined plot of facades which tightens up around the main characters and the audience almost in spite of themselves. More

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About Roberto Nicodemo Spatari

Roberto Nicodemo Spatari

Roberto Nicodemo Spatari (1964) conferred a degree in Philosophy at the Milan University of Studies and a Ph.D. in Philosophy at the Rome University “La Sapienza”. He also worked on the themes of imagination from Spinoza and more recently on the philosophical thought of Lucretius, Kierkegaard and Deleuze where he developed the implications and “consistencies” both in the philosophical and artistic spheres. He published the paper 'Forme della conoscenza nel linguaggio del Tractatus de Intellectus Emendatione di Spinoza' ('Forms of Knowledge in the Language of Tractatus de Intellectus Emendatione of Spinoza') in the journal 'Bollettino Spinoziano' (7, 1996) and he displayed the multimedia work 'Cinetaxi, the Anamorphosis of the Myth of Orpheus and Eurydice' at the exhibition with the same name which was held in Turin in May 2012 (Marisa Vescovo curator). The “snapshot” 'Donna con Frittata' ('Woman with Omelet') is in the process of being published while the stage adaptation of 'The Seducer’s Diary' by Kierkegaard has been published in Italy with the title of 'Il Seduttore' ('The Seducer') by editor Mimesis (Milan) in 2014. The work 'Il Seduttore' was performed at Calcara (Bologna) in the during the review Scene dal Parco della Luna (Scenes from Moon Park) in May 2014 under the direction of Enrico Petronio Nicolaj and it has been included in the calendar of events for the two hundred years from the birth of Kierkegaard comprehensive of Søren Kierkegaard 2013, Golden Days.

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