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The Neuro-Image : a Deleuzian Film-Philosophy of Digital Screen Culture.

Author: Patricia Pisters
Publisher: Palo Alto : Stanford University Press, 2012.
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Arguing that today's viewers move through a character's brain instead of looking through his or her eyes or mental landscape, this book approaches twenty-first-century globalized cinema through the concept of the "neuro-image." Pisters explains why this concept has emerged now, and she elaborates its threefold nature through research from three domains--Deleuzian (schizoanalytic) philosophy, digital networked screen  Read more...
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Pisters, Patricia.
Neuro-Image : A Deleuzian Film-Philosophy of Digital Screen Culture.
Palo Alto : Stanford University Press, ©2012
Named Person: Gilles Deleuze; Gilles Deleuze
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Pisters
ISBN: 9780804782845 0804782849
OCLC Number: 793996632
Description: 1 online resource (582 pages)
Contents: Cover; Copyright; Title Page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction. Schizoanalysis, Digital Screens, and New Brain Circuits; Part 1. Neuroscreens: Principles of the Brain; 1. Schizoid Minds, Delirium Cinema, and Powers of the Machines of the Invisible; 2. Illusionary Perception and Powers of the False; 3. Surveillance Screens and Powers of Affect; Part 2. Neurophilosophy: Turning Madness into Metaphysics; 4. Signs of Time: Metaphysics of the Brain-Screen; 5. Degrees of Belief: Epistemology of Probabilities; 6. Expressions of Creation: Aesthetics of Material-Forces. Part 3. Neuropolitics: Transnational Screen Connections7. The Open Archive: Cinema as World-Memory; 8. Divine In(ter)vention: Micropolitics and Resistance; 9. Logistics of Perception 2.0: Multiple Screens as Affective Weapons; Conclusion. The Neuro-Image: Brain-Screens from the Future; Notes; Index.

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Arguing that today's viewers move through a character's brain instead of looking through his or her eyes or mental landscape, this book approaches twenty-first-century globalized cinema through the concept of the "neuro-image." Pisters explains why this concept has emerged now, and she elaborates its threefold nature through research from three domains--Deleuzian (schizoanalytic) philosophy, digital networked screen culture, and neuroscientific research. These domains return in the book's tripartite structure. Part One, on the brain as "neuroscreen," suggests rich connections between film theor.

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