عنوان مقاله [English]
Selected dramas with subject-themed themes and sentimental characters, with an emphasis on immediate and irrational experience, make it possible to study Deleuze's philosophy. This research intends to introduce the concept of human as a subject beyond rationalism from Deleuze's point of view and to explain the analyzable reading of postmodern human by reading plays centered on empiricism and the philosophy of empiricism. To investigate this, plays have been selected that are a successful example of the experience of evaluating the human concept in postmodern drama. These works evaluate the position of human from a philosophical point of view and prove that the position of sense and experience is beyond the view of rationalists. This thinking can give the subject the courage to go beyond being human or even the courage to become a mere empiricist. This article seeks to answer these key questions: Modern presents? ”, And“ How can such an approach to the meaning of human in drama be reflected in the quality of drama characterization?
In this direction, the present study selects the dramas of Vitsk, the furry gorilla, the little black horse, the meeting of the old lady, the strange story of a dog, the guinea pig, the story of the panda bears, the animalless theater, the pious human-animal, the banal tiger and the glass zoo As case studies, it intends to study the concept of human based on the philosophical meaning of living and the experience of individuality of this concept.