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- Julia Moszkowicz, Time and Narrative: How Philosophical Thinking Can Support the Discipline of Illustration.Paul Ricoeur is a philosopher who wrote three volumes on the theme of time and narrative, highlighting the capacity of storytelling to touch and reconfigure people’s lives (temporarily). His work suggests that narrative has the capacity not simply to re-present events but to provide rich contexts of experience wherein ideas can be explored and, to some extent, lived-through. This paper will argue for the value of applying such ideas to the reading and development of Illustration within an educational context, encouraging (...)No categories
- Nasiru Taura, Interdisciplinarity: The Missed Opportunities at the Boundaries.No categories
- Julia Moszkowicz, Time, Narrative and the Gutter: How Philosophical Thinking Can Make Something Out of Nothing.Paul Ricoeur is a philosopher who wrote three volumes entitled Time and Narrative, highlighting the capacity of story-telling to touch and reconfigure people’s lives (temporarily). His work suggests that narrative has the capacity not simply to re-present events but to provide rich contexts of experience wherein ideas can be explored and, to some extent, lived-through. This chapter will argue for the value of applying such ideas to the reading and development of graphic novels within an educational context, encouraging students to (...)No categories
- Brian Wink & Lina Lukianskaite, Perspectives on the Philosophy of Mind.The relationship between the non-physical mind and the physical brain has “over the centuries filled philosophers with frustration, desperation, almost panic” (Humphrey, 1992). Nevertheless, the majority of contemporary philosophers and scientists reject dualistic notions of the mind (e.g. Crick, 1979; Dennett, 1978), and neuroscientific findings continue to challenge the existence of a non-material mind that transcends the physiology of the brain (e.g. Libet et al., 1983; Soon et al., 2008; Fried et al., 2011). However, given the widely held religious, spiritual (...)No categories
- Edward Chaney, Moses and Monotheism, by Sigmund Freud.No categories
- Caroline Kamau, On Erich Fromm: Why He Left the Frankfurt School.No categories
- Jacqueline Furby, Rhizomatic Time and Temporal Poetics in American Beauty.No categories