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Parables For The Virtual

Author : Brian Massumi
ISBN : 0822328976
Genre : Philosophy
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DIVA major theoretical rethinking of intellectual models of embodiment, movement, and sensation./div
Category: Philosophy

Feelings Materialized

Author : Derek Hillard
ISBN : 9781789205510
Genre : History
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Of the many innovative historiographical approaches to emerge during the twenty-first century, one of the most productive has been the nexus of theories and methodologies broadly defined as “the history of emotions.” While this conceptual toolkit has generated significant insights into the past, it has overwhelmingly focused on emotions as linguistic and semantic phenomena. This edited volume looks instead to the material aspects of emotion in German culture, encompassing body, literature, photography, aesthetics, and a variety of other themes.
Category: History

The Power At The End Of The Economy

Author : Brian Massumi
ISBN : 9780822375814
Genre : Philosophy
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Rational self-interest is often seen as being at the heart of liberal economic theory. In The Power at the End of the Economy Brian Massumi provides an alternative explanation, arguing that neoliberalism is grounded in complex interactions between the rational and the emotional. Offering a new theory of political economy that refuses the liberal prioritization of individual choice, Massumi emphasizes the means through which an individual’s affective tendencies resonate with those of others on infra-individual and transindividual levels. This nonconscious dimension of social and political events plays out in ways that defy the traditional equation between affect and the irrational. Massumi uses the Arab Spring and the Occupy Movement as examples to show how transformative action that exceeds self-interest takes place. Drawing from David Hume, Michel Foucault, Gilles Deleuze, Niklas Luhmann and the field of nonconsciousness studies, Massumi urges a rethinking of the relationship between rational choice and affect, arguing for a reassessment of the role of sympathy in political and economic affairs.
Category: Philosophy

Bioart And The Vitality Of Media

Author : Robert E. Mitchell
ISBN : PSU:000067819119
Genre : Art
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All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.
Category: Art

Temporality And Film Analysis

Author : Matilda Mroz
ISBN : 9780748668434
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book traces the operation of duration in cinema, and argues that temporality should be a central concern of film scholarship. It explores the concepts of duration and rhythm, resonance and uncertainty, affect, sense and texture, to bring a fresh pers
Category: Performing Arts

Discourse

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ISBN : WISC:89115034738
Genre : Communication
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Category: Communication

Auschwitz And Afterimages

Author : Nicholas Chare
ISBN : IND:30000127481178
Genre : Art
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In 1980, Julia Kristeva's essay on abjection, Pouvoirs de l'horreur, was first published in France and subsequently translated into English as Powers of horror. Nicholas Chare's book provides a critical and careful reassessment of Kristeva's often misunderstood writings on the abject and a crucial appraisal of the value the concept abjection holds for the study of the witnessing and representation of the Holocaust.
Category: Art

Ontopower

Author : Brian Massumi
ISBN : 9780822375197
Genre : Philosophy
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Color coded terror alerts, invasion, drone war, rampant surveillance: all manifestations of the type of new power Brian Massumi theorizes in Ontopower. Through an in-depth examination of the War on Terror and the culture of crisis, Massumi identifies the emergence of preemption, which he characterizes as the operative logic of our time. Security threats, regardless of the existence of credible intelligence, are now felt into reality. Whereas nations once waited for a clear and present danger to emerge before using force, a threat's felt reality now demands launching a preemptive strike. Power refocuses on what may emerge, as that potential presents itself to feeling. This affective logic of potential washes back from the war front to become the dominant mode of power on the home front as well. This is ontopower—the mode of power embodying the logic of preemption across the full spectrum of force, from the “hard” (military intervention) to the "soft" (surveillance). With Ontopower, Massumi provides an original theory of power that explains not only current practices of war but the culture of insecurity permeating our contemporary neoliberal condition.
Category: Philosophy

Stelarc

Author : Timothy Druckrey
ISBN : UOM:39015062630572
Genre : Art
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A user's guide to Stelarc, the international performance artist whose extreme performances explore the borderland between bodies and machines.
Category: Art

Nineteenth Century Literature

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105132673588
Genre : American literature
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Contains articles which focus on a broad spectrum of significant figures in fiction, philosophy, and criticism such as Austen, Carlyle, Dickens,Thackeray, the Brontes, Tennyson, Browning, Arnold, Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau, Whitman, Twain, and Henry James.
Category: American literature

Social Text

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ISBN : UCSC:32106018268950
Genre : Culture
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Category: Culture

Parallax

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ISBN : UCAL:B5043581
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Qui Parle

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ISBN : WISC:89119257509
Genre : French literature
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Category: French literature

Oase 65

Author : Christoph Grafe
ISBN : UVA:X004874551
Genre : Architecture
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Edited by Christoph Grafe, Mark Pimlot and Mechthild Stuhlmacher. Essays by Adam Caruso, Irina Davidovici, Tony Fretton, Mikel Van Gelderen and Patrick Healy.
Category: Architecture

Bibliographie De La Philosophie

Author : International Institute of Philosophy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111059221
Genre : Philosophy
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Category: Philosophy

Environment Planning

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ISBN : NWU:35556039239785
Genre : City Planning
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Category: City Planning

Film Worlds

Author : Daniel Yacavone
ISBN : 9780231538350
Genre : Philosophy
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Film Worlds unpacks the significance of the "worlds" that narrative films create, offering an innovative perspective on cinema as art. Drawing on aesthetics and the philosophy of art in both the continental and analytic traditions, as well as classical and contemporary film theory, it weaves together multiple strands of thought and analysis to provide new understandings of filmic representation, fictionality, expression, self-reflexivity, style, and the full range of cinema's affective and symbolic dimensions. Always more than "fictional worlds" and "storyworlds" on account of cinema's perceptual, cognitive, and affective nature, film worlds are theorized as immersive and transformative artistic realities. As such, they are capable of fostering novel ways of seeing, feeling, and understanding experience. Engaging with the writings of Jean Mitry, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Christian Metz, David Bordwell, Gilles Deleuze, and Hans-Georg Gadamer, among other thinkers, Film Worlds extends Nelson Goodman's analytic account of symbolic and artistic "worldmaking" to cinema, expands on French philosopher Mikel Dufrenne's phenomenology of aesthetic experience in relation to films and their worlds, and addresses the hermeneutic dimensions of cinematic art. It emphasizes what both celluloid and digital filmmaking and viewing share with the creation and experience of all art, while at the same time recognizing what is unique to the moving image in aesthetic terms. The resulting framework reconciles central aspects of realist and formalist/neo-formalist positions in film theory while also moving beyond them and seeks to open new avenues of exploration in film studies and the philosophy of film.
Category: Philosophy