Phenomenology of Film

A Heideggerian Account of the Film Experience
Lexington Books (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 25. August 2017
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  • 220 Seiten
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Phenomenology of Film: A Heideggerian Account of the Film Experience uses the philosophy of Martin Heidegger as a framework for addressing key issues in the philosophy of film. This study grapples with the question of how we can reconcile film as a popular entertainment medium with Heidegger's own various critiques of popular media and culture throughout his career. Shawn Loht also explores topics such as the ontology of film and moving images; the phenomenological character of the viewer experience; film conceived as an art medium; and the function of films as vehicles for philosophical thought. He further discusses important concepts from Heidegger's philosophy--Dasein, existentiality, world, art and poetry, and the nature of philosophy. The first four chapters take up these issues from a theoretical perspective. The remaining chapters provide robust application of the theoretical material to the films of three contemporary filmmakers: Terrence Malick, Michael Haneke, and David Gordon Green. As the first single-author monograph that takes up Heidegger's relevance to film, Phenomenology of Film will be of particular interest to philosophers of film and specialists of film and media studies working in the intersection of phenomenology and film or phenomenological approaches to issues in popular culture.
  • Englisch
  • Lanham
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  • USA
  • 1,28 MB
978-1-4985-1903-8 (9781498519038)
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By Shawn Loht
  • Cover
  • Phenomenology of Film
  • Phenomenology of Film
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter 1
  • Précis to a Heideggerian Phenomenology of Film
  • Heideggerâ??s Philosophy And The Philosophy Of Film
  • Terminology And Framework
  • Heidegger And Phenomenology
  • Heideggerian Phenomenology And Film
  • Metaphysics In The Philosophy Of Film
  • (existential) Phenomenology As An Alternative To Metaphysics
  • Heideggerâ??s View Of Film
  • Notes
  • Chapter 2
  • Heideggerâ??s
  • Film And Being-in-the-world
  • Films Conceived As Things Ready-to-hand
  • Film-viewing Is Being-in-the-world
  • Space And Daseinâ??s De-distancing
  • Dasein And Being With Others
  • Being With Others In The Film Experience
  • Heideggerâ??s Concept Of Being-in
  • Attunement And Mood
  • Film Mood And Viewer Emotional Affect
  • The Existential Of Understanding
  • Interpretation
  • Discourse
  • Summary And Conclusions
  • Notes
  • Chapter 3
  • Film and Heideggerâ??s Philosophy of Art
  • Film In Heideggerâ??s Critique Of Technology
  • Traditional Theories Of Art
  • Art And Equipment
  • Struggle Of World And Earth. Materiality. Motion And Rest. Happening.
  • Language
  • Conclusions: Film And Technology, And Filmâ??s Ontological Status
  • Notes
  • Chapter 4
  • Phenomenology and the Concept of Film-as-Philosophy
  • Summary Of The Debate
  • Heideggerâ??s Equation Of Philosophy And Phenomenological Ontology
  • Film Conceived As Phenomenological Ontology
  • On The Philosophical Commitments Of The Idea Of Film-as-philosophy
  • Philosophy And The
  • Project: The Self-questioning Character Of Dasein
  • The Later Heidegger On Philosophy
  • Sinnerbrink And Cavell
  • Stephen Mulhall
  • Summary And Conclusions
  • Notes
  • Chapter 5
  • Terrence Malick
  • Terrence Malickâ??s Relationship To Heidegger
  • Conclusions And Some Observations On
  • Notes
  • Chapter 6
  • Michael Hanekeâ??s Code Unknown and The White Ribbon
  • And Philosophy
  • Analysis:
  • And The Phenomenology Of Daseinâ??s Viewership
  • As Heideggerian Art
  • Notes
  • Chapter 7
  • David Gordon Greenâ??s
  • and an Afterword
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • About the Author

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