By Wilhelm Wurzer
The hot digital age has visible an intensive transition from e-book to reveal, a improvement which has obscured the truth that it's not what we see which concerns yet how we see what we see. we are living in a time whilst the seen should be retheorised. "Panorama" provides a wide research of philosophies of the seen in artwork and tradition, relatively in portray, movie, images, and literature. The paintings of key philosophers - Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Levinas, Barthes, Blanchot, Foucault, Bataille, Derrida, Lyotard and Deleuze - is tested within the context of visibility, expressivity, the representational and the postmodern. The members are: Zsuzsa Baross, Robert Burch, Alessandro Carrera, Dana Hollander, Lynne Huffer, Volker Kaiser, Reginald Lilly, Robert S. Leventhal, Janet Lungstrum, Ladelle McWhorter, Ludwig Nagl, Anne Tomiche, James R. Watson, and Lisa Zucker.
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Their complex ways of self-articulation, like those of nonblind persons, rest on a symbolic (although tactilically and acoustically implemented) textuality, which – quite similar to the experience of sighted persons – gives their private impressions a public, social shape. 1 We inscribe every new text into a series of given past texts, and we do so in a manner that implies and presupposes visiblity (or one of its surrogates, such as tactility). e. on preformed, symbolically mediated, reshapable content) are thus not original acts: they do not have the quality of a creatio ex nihilo but imply and presuppose structures which cannot be grasped in their totality by those who presently re-“inscribe” the meanings of texts.
18 Einbildungskraft, in Kant, has two aspects: on the one hand it is laden with sensual, empirical impressions, partly from the past (optical, acoustical, tactile, olfactorical traces); on the other hand it is pure, spontaneous construction. e. the understanding” (CJ, 35). Einbildungskraft operates inside writing without being a mere reﬂex or function of writing. All texts, scientiﬁc texts as well as literary ones, are penetrated by the ﬁctive element of “productive imagining”: reality, real as it is, is at the same time constituted by our paradigm-producing fantasies (as Thomas S.
This might mean only in its trivial sense that a “realistic” painting depicts or “mirrors” reality “correctly” (which is a rather dubious idea, since it overlooks that style shapes any form of “realism”). Sometimes, however, a much more complex and interesting claim is raised by saying that there is “truth” in the sphere of images. T. W. Adorno, for example, pointed out in his Aesthetic Theory that all “authentic” artworks (paintings, music, and literature alike) are truth-bound, insofar as their (postreligiously “neutralized”) “epiphanic quality” upsets and shocks us.
Panorama: Philosophies of the Visible (Textures: Philosophy, Literature, Culture) by Wilhelm Wurzer