Angelika Seppi

about the author

Angelika Seppi studied philosophy and art history at the University of Vienna and the Universidad de Chile. In 2007 she obtained a Master of Philosophy degree with a thesis on the relationship between law and justice by exception and sovereignty, and in 2012 she received a doctoral degree in philosophy with a thesis on the problems of reason, beginning, and repetition in philosophy and the arts. From 2011 she was a student/researcher at the Institute of Art History, University of Vienna, and at the Art University Linz, and from October 2014 she is a research assistant at the Department of History and Theory of the Form at the Department of Art and Visual History of the Humboldt University of Berlin and the Cluster of Excellence Image-Knowledge Creation: An Interdisciplinary Lab.

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Humbodt University of Berlin, DE


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Eventum Tantum: On the Paradoxes of Sense, Dark Precursors, Quasi-Causes, and the Excessive Rest
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: actual, becoming, event, possible/possibility, quasi-cause, The Logic of Sense, virtual/virtuality