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Autor Alain Badiou; Antoine de Baecque; Susan Spitzer
Vydavatel: Cambridge : Polity, [2013] ©2013
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For Alain Badiou, films think, and it is the task of the philosopher to transcribe that thinking. What is the subject to which the film gives expressive form? This is the question that lies at the heart of Badiouʹs account of cinema. He contends that cinema is an art form that bears witness to the Other and renders human presence visible, thus testifying to the universal value of human existence and human freedom.
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Žánr/forma: History
Typ materiálu: Internetový zdroj
Typ dokumentu: Book, Internet Resource
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Alain Badiou; Antoine de Baecque; Susan Spitzer
ISBN: 9780745655673 074565567X 9780745655680 0745655688
OCLC číslo: 828416284
Poznámka o jazyku: Translated from the French.
Popis: x, 269 pages ; 23 cm
Obsahy: "Cinema has given me so much" --
Cinematic culture --
Revisionist cinema --
Art and its criticism --
The suicide of Grace : Le Diable probablement --
A man who never gives in --
Is the orient an object for the western conscience? --
Reference points for cinema's second modernity --
The Demy affair --
Switzerland : cinema as interpretation --
Interrupted notes on the French comedy film --
Y a tellement de pays pour aller --
Restoring meaning to death and chance --
A private industry, cinema is also a private spectacle --
The false movements of cinema --
Can a film be spoken about? --
Notes on The last laugh --
"Thinking the emergence of the event" --
The divine comedy and The convent --
Surplus seeing : Histoire(s) du cinéma --
Considerations on the current state of cinema --
The cinematic capture of the sexes --
An unqualified affirmation of cinema's enduring power --
Passion, Jean-Luc Godard --
"Say yes to love, or else be lonely" : Magnolia --
Dialectics of the fable : The matrix --
Cinema as philosophical experimentation --
On cinema as a democratic emblem --
The end of a beginning : Tout va bien --
The dimensions of art : Forgiveness --
The perfection of the world, improbable yet possible.
Jiné tituly: Cinéma.
Odpovědnost: Alain Badiou ; texts selected and introduced by Antoine de Baecque ; translated by Susan Spitzer.

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Alain Badiou is one of the most widely read and influential philosophers in France today. This volume brings together Badiou's writings on cinema from the last fifty years. The topics range from the  Přečíst více...

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