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by Jacques Ranciere,Emiliano Battista

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ISBN:
184520168X
Author:
Jacques Ranciere,Emiliano Battista
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English
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Berg Publishers; Translation edition (February 1, 2006)
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208 pages
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Jacques Rancière, Emiliano Battista (Translation). Film Fables (Talking Images).

Jacques Rancière, Emiliano Battista (Translation). Film Fables traces the history of modern cinema, moving effortlessly from Eisenstein's and Murnau's transition from theatre to film to Fritz Lang's confrontation with television, from the classical poetics of Mann's Westerns to Ray's romantic poetics of the image, from Rossellini's neo-realism to Deleuze's philosophy of the cinema and Marker's documentaries. 184520168X (ISBN13: 9781845201685).

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Jacques Rancière taught at the University of Paris VIII, France, from 1969 to 2000, occupying the Chair of Aesthetics and Politics from 1990 until his retirement. Emiliano Battista is the translator of Jacques Rancière's Althusser's Lesson (Continuum, 2011) and Film Fables (Berg, 2006). Ranciere's first major text is a particularly lucid critique of Althusser's structuralist Marxism. Focalizing upon Althusser's apparent & deviation,' Ranciere exposes the way in which Althusser's manifest scientism led to an historical position in which the latter would fail to engage in the event of May '68, to the shock of many of his supporters.

Dissenting Words is a lively and engaging collection of interviews that span the length of Jacques Ranciere's trajectory, from the critique of Althusserian Marxism and the work on proletarian thinking in the nineteenth century to the more recent.

Dissenting Words is a lively and engaging collection of interviews that span the length of Jacques Ranciere's trajectory, from the critique of Althusserian Marxism and the work on proletarian thinking in the nineteenth century to the more recent reflections on politics and aesthetics.

With the publication of Film Fables in 2001 (English translation 2006), Ranciére added cinema to the broad array of subjects to which he had devoted major works. Before that, by writing extensively on film in articles and shorter sections of books, he had already shown that cinema was an important component in his thinking on aesthetics. Film turns out for Ranciére to present a special case, highlighting a problem that stems from a basic contradiction of art in the modern era that he develops in many of his writings.

AbeBooks Like all the best books by philosophers on cinema, Ranciere's encourages us at once to think and to see these images anew

Like all the best books by philosophers on cinema, Ranciere's encourages us at once to think and to see these images anew. Tom Conley, Harvard University An important exploration of the tensions, ruptures and continuities that complicate the twists and folds of the history of cinema.

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Film Fables traces the history of modern cinema. Encyclopedic in scope, Film Fables is that rare work that manages to combine extraordinary breadth and analysis with a lyricism which attests time and again to a love of cinema.

Jacques Ranciere moves effortlessly from Eisenstein's and Murnau's transition from theatre to film to Fritz Lang's confrontation with television, from the classical poetics of Mann's Westerns to Ray's romantic poetics of the image, from Rossellini's neo-realism to Deleuze's philosophy of the cinema and Marker's documentaries.

The Film Fable shows us how, between its images and its stories, the cinema tells its truth.