ac186bab57 New York: Arno Press, 1972. Eisenstein, Sergei. This stretching of the concept "film" to include both non-celluloid movies and television and other related mediums has led some philosophers of film to suggest replacing the term "film" with a broader category, such as moving picture or moving image. The reality that cinema thinks is the sum of many irrealities. Although David Bordwell is a cognitive philosopher, initially he was inspired by Russian formalist terminology and was himself a subject of interest for European semioticians. 431-469. v t e Philosophy Branches Traditional Metaphysics Epistemology Logic Ethics Aesthetics Philosophy of Action Art Culture Design Music Film Being Business Color Dialogue Education Environment Futility Happiness Healthcare History Human nature Humor Feminism Language Literature Mathematics Mind Pain Psychology Philosophy Religion Science Physics Chemistry Biology Geography Sexuality Social science Economics Justice Law Politics Society Space and time Sport Technology Artificial intelligence Computer science Engineering Information War Schools of thought By era Ancient Western Medieval Renaissance Early modern Modern Contemporary Ancient Chinese Agriculturalism Confucianism Legalism Logicians Mohism Chinese naturalism Neotaoism Taoism Yangism Zen Greco-Roman Aristotelianism Atomism Cynicism Cyrenaics Eleatics Eretrian school Epicureanism Hermeneutics Ionian Ephesian Milesian Megarian school Neoplatonism Peripatetic Platonism Pluralism Presocratic Pyrrhonism Pythagoreanism Neopythagoreanism Sophism Stoicism Indian Buddhist Crvka Hindu Jain Persian Mazdakism Zoroastrianism Zurvanism Medieval European Christian philosophy Scholasticism Thomism Renaissance humanism East Asian Korean Confucianism Edo Neo-Confucianism Neo-Confucianism Indian Dvaita Navya-Nyya Vishishtadvaita Islamic Averroism Avicennism Persian Illuminationism Ilm al-Kalam Sufi Jewish Judeo-Islamic Modern People Cartesianism Kantianism Neo-Kantianism Hegelianism Marxism Spinozism Ideal/ Material Determinism Dualism Empiricism Idealism Absolute British German Objective Subjective Transcendental Classical realism Materialism Monism Naturalism Pragmatism Reductionism Rationalism Utilitarianism Other Anarchism Collectivism New Confucianism Conservatism Existentialism Foundationalism Historicism Holism Humanism Individualism Kokugaku Liberalism Modernism Natural Law Nihilism Phenomenology Positivism Neo-Scholasticism Social contract Socialism Transcendentalism Contemporary Analytic Applied ethics Analytic feminism Analytical Marxism Communitarianism Consequentialism Critical rationalism Experimental philosophy Falsificationism Foundationalism/ Coherentism Generative linguistics Internalism and Externalism Logical positivism Legal positivism Normative ethics Meta-ethics Moral realism Neo-Aristotelian Quinean naturalism Ordinary language philosophy Postanalytic philosophy Quietism Rawlsian Reformed epistemology Systemics Scientism Scientific realism Scientific skepticism Contemporary utilitarianism Vienna Circle Wittgensteinian Continental Critical theory Deconstruction Existentialism Feminist Frankfurt School New Historicism Hermeneutics Neo-Marxism Phenomenology Postmodernism Post-structuralism Social constructionism Structuralism Western Marxism Other Kyoto School Objectivism Russian cosmism more. While a continental film scholar like Christian Metz would find the results of the French school of filmology relevant for the most scientific forms of experimental psychology, analytical philosophy usually rejects continental models based on language. Until recently, there have been few adherents to the idea that films can make a philosophical contribution.
[…] Read more "3-Iron: tonight (Tue 21 Apr), 6pm at FilmhouseEdinburgh" Film Narrative In our discussion of form, we said that a films form included both narrative and stylistic elements. In the 1980s, two French philosophers, Jean-Louis Schefer and Gilles Deleuze, decided to devote their attention to film studies. 6. This makes Astrucs theory different from anti-stylization movements such as realism and (to some extent) phenomenology. Bazin, Andr. When people […] Read more "The importance of Form: introduction to filmstudies" Filmosophy nowbooking Filmosophy returns for a fourth season of original and thought-provoking films. What is Film Theory? London: Open University Press. This view, while adopted by Nel Carroll (See Carroll and Choi 2006; Thomas Wartenberg 2007), has also been criticized on similar grounds to those used to deny the philosophical potential of fiction films, namely that films cannot actually do the “hard work” of philosophy. For Deleuze, film was superior to other arts because it combines time and movement in such a necessary fashion. Russian Formalism designates a school of innovative linguists and literary critics.