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Retrieved on 24 May Exact name of German article]]; see its history for attribution. Similar positions are those defended by Louis Delluc, Ricciotto Canudo or Vachel Lindsay, arguing the latter that the cinema offers a universal language through image-writing. As a means of reconciling the two approaches, it turns to the current study of infants by developmental psychologists like Peter Mundy and Daniel Stern who stress the importance of an infant’s ability to read the mother’s face, which facilitates joint attention, the acquisition of verbal language and social interactions with the world.

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The Factory of Gestures Giorgio Agamben: View a machine-translated version of the Hungarian article. Jean Rouch and the camera eyewitness. On the one hand, there is a mixture of ideas from Ancient Greek poetics, Classical German Idealist philosophy and German Romantic theory that underpins his approach to cinema.

Combining close readings of individual films with detailed interpretations of philosophical texts, all produced in Weimar Germany immediately following the Great War, Afterlives: Click here to sign up. This essay examines the contrasting bels of the expressive powers of the human face—both from neuroscientific approaches rooted in Darwin which argue for a codified system of six basic emotions universally recognized happiness, In Vienna he became a prolific writer of film reviews.

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One of these was the Frankfurt circle whose members included Kracauer and the critical, social theorist Eric Fromm Lawrence – – Modern Schoolman 63 4: This article has no associated abstract. He was a proponent of formalist film theory. Don’t have an account? This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Hungarian.

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This essay examines balasz contrasting visions of the expressive powers of the human face—both from neuroscientific approaches rooted in Darwin which argue for a codified system of six basic emotions universally recognized happiness, sadness, anger, fear, disgust, surprise and from the visual arts of cinema, television and portraiture painting that rely on facial close-ups to represent an emotional fluidity that is always subjective.