The outcomes of this perspective — which is today very successful thanks to the popularity of films compared to other literary or philosophical works — are particularly fruitful. Fremderfahrung, Fremdbilder, Fremdorte Bernhard Waldenfels in: Quelle histoire pour les sciences? Was bleibt von Derrida? The crisis of modern society and critical rationality Nam-In Lee in: How is phenomenology motivated? Focusing on the contribution of the female gaze in film production and appreciation, this approach employs concepts borrowed from psychoanalysis see, at the origin of the debate, Mulvey
Intentionaler Blick und aufmerkendes Aufhorchen David Espinet in: Beauty Simone Neuber in: Photography Chan-Fai Cheung in: According to this perspective, cinema represents an almost inexhaustible reservoir of examples that can be used to enlighten specific philosophical questions Curi Commonsense concepts of phenomenal consciousness: Interestingly, cinema generates products that are philosophical in their capacity to respond creatively to the same crucial questions of philosophy.
Between a rock and a soft place: The relevance of beautiful infrastructure David Foxe in: Her early work is on phenomenological aesthetics and philosophy of literature. Vom Was zum Wie: Reflections on metaarchaeology Clifford T.
L’interpellation dans l’interaction scolaire: Emmanuel Levinas Daniel Marcelle in: Nicole, Jules Martine Piguet in: Kant und das Problem der Metaphysik, Frankfurt am Main: Vie du langage, vie des images: Nova Revija Find it on Scholar.
Only science can save us: Estetica e immaginazione interattivaMilano, Raffaello Cortina, Das Fremde im Selbst: Objective meaning and subjective meaning: Tamino’s eyes, Pamina’s gaze: The pas de deux: It is noteworthy that current debates involve the participation of a great number of women philosophers with very different backgrounds and perspectives see, among the others, de Lauretis, This entry has no external links.
On birth, death, and sleep in Husserl’s late manuscripts on time Saulius Geniusas in: Deconstruction in America Terri J Hennings in: Husserl and Merleau-Ponty on embodied experience Dermot Moran in: Notes on the absolute time-constituting flow of consciousness John Brough in: Minimal self and narrative self: Phenomenology and literature in Italy Federico Leoni in: Das Fleisch der Worte: Autonomy here and now: A different approach to film philosophy is promoted by the many continental authors who consider cinema a place of actual thought-production.
Fiction, creation and fictionality: Nota sull’ontologia dell’immagine filmica nel pensiero di Jean-Luc Nancy. The first work to have initiated this kind of approach is the volume Pursuits of happiness by Stanley Cavell, an American philosopher with an analytical background, himself a scholar of Danieal and Thoreau, Nietzsche, Heidegger and Wittgenstein.
Cubism Andrea Pinotti in: Deo return to retention and recollection: Riflessioni sul cinemaD. Pamerleau – – Palgrave-Macmillan. From the Publisher via CrossRef no proxy estetica.