Rethinking theories and practices of imaging / edited by Timothy H. Engström and Evan Selinger
- Machine generated contents note: List of ImagesAcknowledgementsNotes on ContributorsIntroductionPART I: REINVENTING SIGHTReinventing Sight: Theories and Practices of Imaging; T.Engström & E.SelingerPART II: PERCEPTION AND IMAGINGVisual Apprehension and the European Renaissance; A.CrosbyExperience and Experiment in Art; A.NoëPhenomenology and Imaging: Incorporating the Material; D.IhdePART III: EPISTEMOLOGY, IDENTITY AND IMAGINGConcrete Images for Abstract Questions: A Philosophical View; P.GrimThe Epistemic Function of Brain Images; M.DelehantyTechnologies to Bond With; A.ClarkOn the Subject of Neural and Sensory Prostheses; L.Cartwright & B.GoldfarbPART IV: ART, AESTHETICS AND IMAGINGFinal Fantasy, or the [Dis]Illusion of Computer Graphic Life; V.SobchackA Scene in the Digital Library: Imaging Literature; C.BurnettWilliam Kentridge: Moving Pictures; C.ReadePART V: ETHICS, POLITICS, AND IMAGINGPublicity and Indifferences: Media, Surveillance, 'Humanitarian Intervention'; T.KeenanELSI Priorities for Brain Imaging; J.Illes, R.de Vries, M.Cho & P.Schraedley-DesmondThe End of the World Picture? Lyotard, Technology, and the Human; S.MalpasWord and Image in Online Education; A.FreebergIndex .
- "This is the first volume of its kind to analyze the impact that theories and practices of imaging have had on a variety of fields. It draws on an impressive range of philosophical approaches, from analytic, to pragmatic, to phenomenological -- concluding that imaging is developing a social and cultural impact comparable to language"--Provided by publisher.
- 9780230580657 (hardback)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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