AB95: The Philosophy Issue
Featured during this issue:
inventive Director: Pedro Inoue
Tzvetan Todorov on American torture
Darren Fleet discusses this generation’s “apocalypse”
We discover America’s position in Egypt’s darkish past
Pentti Linkola’s view on inhabitants control
Micah White demands revolution opposed to American decadence
Michael Löwy explores advertising’s impact on our health
We ask: What issues in lifestyles? What concerns in demise?
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Qxd 38 20/9/07 9:35 am Page 38 | FRAMES OF MIND yet to find a central a space within which questions of emotion and affect can be articulated. Ayako Saito has noticed this and draws attention to what media studies terms a ‘significant absence’. Writing about Hitchcock she notes: The purpose of my investigation is to explore the question of affect in film analysis. It seems to me that this question has attracted too little theoretical attention within psychoanalytic film theory. This lack of emphasis may be partly due to the fact that it is considered to belong to the empirical realm.
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