Combining phenomenology and psychoanalysis in highly innovative ways, this book seeks to undo the binary opposition between appearance and Being that. Year: ; Title: Kaja Silverman, World Spectators; Publisher: Stanford: Stanford University Press; Serie: New Series ; Document type: Book editing. World Spectators by Kaja Silverman. Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, CA, pp. ISBN: (trade), (paper). LEONARDO.
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Why are we here, knowing we are here? World Spectators is a serious project. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest worlx through seller support? If we appropriate the world to our desires, we are also appropriated. Customers who bought this item also bought. A review article, on the other hand, will normally deal with two or more items. Rather, they exist to display themselves for perception in the visible world, and thus perception by humans, that unique species in which perception as aesthesis has become a specialty.
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Vertical lines signify important paragraphs. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. The book has a remarkable clarity; Silverman makes the most complex argument seem like a perfectly natural, and absolutely necessary, movement of thought. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Built on the Worod Hopkins University Campus.
Providing an opening into the interior, a line-of-sight through which a look can go. We are, the author suggests, at the very core of our being, summoned to what she terms world spectatorship.
Drawing on Heidegger s phenomenological elaboration of care as the being distinctive of human being and the primarily Lacanian conceptualization of the language of desire specific to each human subject, this metapsychology of love attempts to integrate issues in the fields of psychoanalysis, philosophy, visual culture, art history, and literary and film studies.
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It’s not just an interpretation, a rendition, or a re-telling. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. And yet, as the phenomenological tradition has attested for a generation, to see is to be seen, to belong to the visible. This characteristic of these ideas, namely that they are strange, is by itself a simple, natural, and sufficient reason to read World Spectators.
World Spectators by Kaja Silverman. Silverman’s argument opens with an impressive analysis of the repression of the visual in Plato’s myth of the cave, establishing that “Our ‘essence’ is thus strangely inessential” p.
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worldd Please try again later. Is it bad that they’re not scientific? I’m sure this is why people are always saying that Kaja Silverman’s writing is so clear.
Silver-man proposes that the philosopher needs the psychoanalyst to understand the subjectivity, and sllverman the duty of care, fundamental to Heidegger’s concept of the human as Daseinas “being there. The Miracle of Analogy: