Difficult relations: film studies and continental European philosophy


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This chapter looks at three central case-studies in the sometimes vexed relationship between European philosophy and the quintessentially, if ambivalent, modem institution of cinema. The aim is not only to address what European philosophy has had to say about cinema and film, but also to suggest some of the questions that cinema has posed to such philosophy and to show how, in doing so, cinema has impacted upon philosophy
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