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Author: Rebecca Puchta

[N E X T:   Soft Dissection ] Figure 4.1 Figure 4.2 Figure 4.3 Figure 4.4 SOFT DISSECTION Rebecca Puchta This text considers LOL History as the basis for a reflection on a culture of dissection 1 that aims not only at a deeper knowledge of human life, but also to develop a method to (as

In: Re-/Dissolving Mimesis
Author: Michael Eldred

practical affairs in (business or personal) life. The movement of messages (communications) from one individual to the other is motivated by the practical movement of dealing with life itself and by keeping abreast of the movement of factical life. The digitization of the logos is a special case of the

In: Messages and Messengers - Von Boten und Botschaften

phatic function is not dependent on speech in this case. According to Nishimura, and I think so too, we are now facing serious confusions at the level of meta-communication. For example, we can’t live alone, but we have to live by sacrificing others to live a better life, or as Fromm pointed out, we

In: Messages and Messengers - Von Boten und Botschaften
Author: John Holgate

was the god of crossing boundaries (hence his name from ‘herma,’ a boundary marker) especially between Hades and the world of the living, be- tween death and life. The importance of translation in hermeneutics has been described by Hans-Georg Gadamer in his “Truth and Method” (2004) and in his

In: Messages and Messengers - Von Boten und Botschaften

mes- sage theory can become the basis for a complex, non-reductive view of the manifold hierarchies of communication. The postal paradigm conveyed by angeletics should not be misunderstood as an anthropomorphic theory of living beings or even of human beings as merely signal systems. It is just a

In: Messages and Messengers - Von Boten und Botschaften
Author: Jörn Glasenapp

provoking a state of mind driving him to a decisive act.“ (András Bálint Kovács: Screening Modern- ism: European Art Cinema, 1950-1980, Chicago 2007, S. 254). 28 Von der Weppen: Der Spaziergänger, S. 19. F5538-Glasenapp.indd 78 14.02.13 12:28 79LA NOTTE ODER: ANTONIONIS NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD Nur umso

In: Abschied vom Aktionsbild
Author: Jörn Glasenapp

- merkt Peter Brunette ganz in diesem Sinne, „Antonioni expressly foregrounds female subjectivity, emphasizing that the look is being generated by a specifi c fe- male, rather than by the usual male protagonist who motivates plot and action or, more generally, by the abstract, invisible (male) apparatus

In: Michelangelo Antonioni
Author: Thomas Morsch

rivers, pylons, doors, tin cans. And we join, also, with the flux of the non-representational: the colours, shapes and edits, those gestures of the film itself as a living, breathing, pulsating or- ganism. Emotion is not absent in these strange rituals of identification, transferral

In: Medienästhetik des Films
Author: Paul T. Scriven

method of Edmund Husserl to offer a critique of Max Weber’s sociological theory of rational action.7 In later works, published posthumously by his associate Thomas Luckmann, Schutz continued his project of understanding the life-world in greater detail.89 Schutz’s phenomenology may be useful in

In: Riding the Hype Cycle: The Resurgence of Virtual Worlds
Author: Aaron Bennett

own being is desirable for each man, so, or almost so, is that of his friend.4 The language in the above quotation is subtle. Aristotle equates a friend with oneself and argues that because both you and your friend have the same goals and aspirations in living a successful life, the two of you are one

In: Videogames Studies: Concepts, Cultures, and Communication