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1. Glimpse: Volume > 11/12
Paul Majkut Preface
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Alberto J. L. Carrillo Canan, Miguel A. Garcia Gonzalez Introduction
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Luis Acebal The Application of Foe's Aestlietics to Films Shorts
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Melanie Bourdaa New Media, Cultural Industries and Temporalities: A Comparison between France and the United States
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Gregory Cameron Ideology in the Age of the Internet
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Alberto J. L. Carrillo Canan, Marco Calderon Zacaula Bazin, Flusser, and the Aesthetic of Photography
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Alberto J. L. Carrillo Canán, Victor G. Rivas López, Miguel A. Garcia González The Mediasphere and the Metaphysical Link of the Political and the Cultural Meaning of Nation
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In this paper we shall consider how the globalization of media has destroyed the metaphysical link between the nation as political entity the nation cultural unit, a link which was postulated by the Romantic philosophical tradition and that at the same time has been deeply engrained in the common sense idea of national identity. The paper has three sections. In the first one we consider the two meanings of the concept "nation" and show that their possible aiffinity is only understandable taking into account the relevance of the spatial and temporal determinations of existence. We deal with such kinds of determination in the second section; finally, m the third one we suggest that the political and cultural dynamics of the current intemational order have subverted those determinations and have fostered a new vision of existence in convergence with the so-called American way of life and, by the same token, weakened the traditional idea of nation.
8. Glimpse: Volume > 11/12
Kurt Cline Is Seeing Believiag?: Harry Houdini and the Role of Magic in the Development of Early Cinema
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Stephen Crocker Shock, Time and Mechanism in Bergson and Benjamin
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Alberto López Cuenca Knowledge, Mind and Multitude: Making Explicit the General Intellect
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