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Death in documentaries : the Memento Mori experience

Author: Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter
Publisher: Leiden : Brill Rodopi, [2018] ©2018
Series: Value inquiry book series., Philosophy of film.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter
ISBN: 9789004356962 9004356967
OCLC Number: 1012487426
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Basics of Memento Mori --
From Art and Cultural History to Contemporary Documentary --
Features of Memento Mori and How Memento Mori Functions --
Levels at Which Memento Mori is Referenced by Documentaries --
Rhetorically-Oriented Phenomenology Applied to Documentaries --
Composed Transformative Experience: Introducing Documentaries as Memento Mori --
Program Ahead --
1. Memento Mori in Art and Literature --
1.1. Memento Mori in Art: As Symbol and as Picture --
1.1.1. Memento Mori as Religious Image --
1.1.2. Memento Mori as Still Life and as Portraiture --
1.1.3. Memento Mori as Visual Quotation in Art, Including Photography --
1.2. Memento Mori in Literature: As Verbal, Literary, and Ideational --
1.2.1. Memento Mori as Picture Nomenclature and Verbal Instruction --
1.2.2. Memento Mori as Reference in Literature: Verbatim and Ideational --
1.3. Memento Mori in Film and Television --
2. Charles and Ray Eames's Powers of Ten as Memento Mori --
2.1. Eameses as Designers of Experiences that Communicate Ideas --
2.2. Levels at Which Memento Mori is Referenced by Powers --
2.2.1. Symbolic, Verbal, and Ideational Memento Mori in Powers --
2.2.2. Memento Mori as Mortality-Index in Powers --
2.2.3. Memento Mori as Convention and Experience in or Related to Powers --
2.3. Intellectually Transformative Point of Memento Mori Experience, Referenced by Powers --
3. Memento Mori as "Consciousness of Mortality" and as a Cultural Phenomenon --
3.1. Memento Mori is an Index of Death --
3.1.1. Memento Mori (in Any Form) Refers to Death --
3.1.2. Memento Mori Relies upon Consciousness, Memory in Particular --
3.2. Memento Mori is Also an Artificial Convention --
3.2.1. Memento Mori is an Artifice with a History or Cultural Genealogy that Relies upon Particular Social Reception --
3.2.2. Memento Mori Relates to Various and Specific Genres, Media, and Materials --
3.3. Memento Mori as Composed Transformative Experience --
3.3.1. General Aspects of Memento Mori Experience --
3.3.2. Intellectually, Ethically, and Affectively Transformative Elements of Memento Mori Experience --
3.4. Contemporary Form of Memento Mori: Documentaries --
4. Ethical Memento Mori: Wim Wenders's Notebook on Cities and Clothes --
4.1. Wenders as Contemplative Documentarian of Mortals --
4.2. Levels at Which Memento Mori is Referenced by Notebook --
4.2.1. Memento Mori as Symbolic, Verbal, and Ideational in Notebook --
4.2.2. Memento Mori as Mortality-index in Notebook --
4.2.3. Memento Mori as Convention and Experience in or Related to Notebook --
4.3. Ethically Transformative Point of Memento Mori Experience, Referenced by Notebook --
5. Documentaries as Contemporary Memento Mori --
5.1. Documentaries Index Death --
5.2. Documentaries Also Rely on Convention with a Particular History and Function --
5.3. Documentaries as Composed Transformative Experience --
5.3.1. Documentaries as Intellectually Transformative: Determining and Distinguishing the Real from Irreal --
5.3.2. Documentaries as Ethically Transformative: Contemplating Appropriate Responses to the Mortal Condition --
5.3.3. Documentaries as Affectively Transformative: Moving Individuals into Distinctive Human Experience --
5.4. Levels of Analysis by Which Memento Mori is Identified in Specific Documentaries --
6. Quintessential Memento Mori Experience: Derek Jarman's Blue --
6.1. Word on Jarman as Ecstatic Seer --
6.2. Levels at Which Memento Mori is Referenced by Blue --
6.2.1. Memento Mori as Verbal, Literary, and Ideational in Blue --
6.2.2. Memento Mori as Mortality-index and Convention in or Related to Blue --
6.3. Affectively Transformative Point of Memento Mori Experience, Referenced by Blue --
7. Personal Memento Mori: The Iconic 9/11 Footage and the Threat of Death --
7.1. Viewer as Contemplative Seer of the Threat of Death --
7.1.1. 12th of September, 2001, Comet Burger Diner, USA --
7.1.2. When Memento Mori Strikes Close --
7.2. Levels at Which Memento Mori is Referenced by the 9/11 Footage --
7.2.1. Memento Mori as Symbolic, Ideational, and Composed in the 9/11 Footage --
7.2.2. Memento Mori as Mediated Mortality-index, Indicated by the 9/11 Footage --
7.3. Personally Transformative Points of Memento Mori Experience, Referenced by the 9/11 Footage --
7.3.1. Realizing One's Place as a Mortal in a Vast Cosmos --
7.3.2. "Making one's life" as a Mortal in 21st Century "glocal" Society --
7.3.3. Moving One's Self into Distinctive Human Experience --
7.4. Counterpoint: Memento Mori as Death Threat in Extremist YouTube Videos --
8. Conclusion and Future Prospects --
8.1. After Death in Documentaries --
8.2. From Memento Mori to Memento Vivere? --
8.3. Memento Mori in New Media Environments.
Series Title: Value inquiry book series., Philosophy of film.
Responsibility: by Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter.

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