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301. Chiasmi International: Volume > 22
Keith Whitmoyer Review of Mauro Carbone, Philosophy-Screens: From Cinema to the Digital Revolution
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In this text, my aim is to provide a reading of Mauro Carbone’s Philosophy Screens: From Cinema to the Digital Revolution in the context of his other writings. My claim is that in this most recent work, Carbone makes a decisive step from being an original interpreter of the work of Merleau-Ponty and Proust to making an original contribution to what I describe, following Merleau-Ponty and Carbone, the history of “a-philosophy”: an historical attempt to reverse the “official philosophy” that has been with us since at least Plato. This reversal is staged through a series of concepts, created by Carbone, that I take up here viz à viz Plato’s allegory of the cave: the archescreen, the sensible idea, the screen, and philosophy-cinema (a concept borrowed from Deleuze). Together, these concepts illustrate what I call, borrowing a phrase from Jean-Luc Nancy, a philosophical partance: for Carbone, the work of “philosophizing” should no longer be conceptualized in accordance with Platonic imagery of ascent, illumination, conversion, and importantly, grasping and seizing upon the είδη but as “departure”: allowing the objects of thought their transcendence, a liquidity by which they slip through our grasp.
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Fabrice Colonna abstract: The Intercession of the Fetish
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Annabelle Dufourcq abstract: Institution and the Imaginary
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Colloques et Seminaires - Conferences and Seminars - Convegni e Seminari
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Linda Fisher Merleau-Ponty’s Hermeneutics of Philosophical Engagement
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Guy Félix Duportail abstract: The Chiasm of a Friendship
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Maria-Luz Pintos abstract: Gurwitsch, Goldstein, Merleau-Ponty
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Leonard Lawlor Introduction
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Leonardo V. Distaso abstract: Hearing Difference
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Serge Mettinger abstract: Writing the Things Themselves ... or “Another Epoch of Writing”
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Carmine Di Martino abstract: Gesture and Speech in Merleau-Ponty
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Lorenzo Gasparrini abstract: “Hybrid Modes of Expression”
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Lawrence Hass Rays of the World: Merleau-Ponty and the Problem of Universals
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Hugh J. Silverman Living on (Borderlines): The Ethics of the Event of Lived Human Relations (Merleau-Ponty / Derrida)
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Erinn Gilson Questioning to the Nth Power: Interrogative Ontology in Merleau-Ponty and Deleuze
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Antonino Firenze abstract: The Body and Interrogative Ontology
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Stephen Noble abstract: “Between The Silence of Things and the Language of Philosophy”
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Alia Al-Saji abstract: The Vision in the Mirror
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Romano Khan The Time of the Flesh and the Memory of the World