[...]they refer to a component of transformation, taking semiotics out of its pure contexts into new spaces of translation.\n This is not vision as it is 'thought' of cognitively. [...]we can deduce that by taking film theory beyond die limits of visual and aural dimensions, and beyond haptic, cognitive, or psychoanalytic frameworks, we can argue for schizoanalysis as a model for exploring die life-flows of cinematic experience.
Memoirs of a Geisha: The Material Poesis of Temporality Barbara M. Kennedy Schizophrenia is like love: there is no specifically schizophrenic phenomenon or entity; schizophrenia is the universe of productive an
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