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By Barry Sandywell
This enormous and impressive dictionary explores the languages and cultures of visible reviews. It presents the foundation for figuring out the principles and motivations of present theoretical and educational discourse, in addition to the various varieties of visible tradition that experience come to arrange way of life. The ebook is firmly positioned within the context of the 'visual flip' in modern suggestion. it's been designed as an interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary creation to the vocabularies and grammars of visuality that tell pondering within the arts and arts at the present time. It additionally bargains perception into the philosophical frameworks which underpin the sphere of visible tradition. A vital subject matter that runs during the entries is the duty of relocating clear of a slim realizing of visuality inherited from conventional philosophy towards a richer cultural and multi-sensorial philosophy of concrete event. The dictionary accommodates intertextual hyperlinks that inspire readers to discover connections among significant subject matters, theories and key figures within the box. additionally the author's advent offers a accomplished and significant advent which records the importance of the 'visual flip' in modern conception and tradition. it's observed by way of an intensive bibliography and extra studying checklist. As either a important educational contribution to this starting to be box and an invaluable reference device, this booklet deals a theoretical creation to the various languages of visible discourse. it is going to be crucial examining for graduate scholars and students in visible reviews, the sociology of visible tradition, cultural and media stories, philosophy, artwork heritage and concept, layout, movie and communique reports
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This is one of the urgent tasks of critical self-reflection. We need, in other words, to engage in a radical re-thinking of the constitutive grounds of the thanatonic age. Of course it is possible that most, if not all, societies have been shaped by symbolic displays and conspicuous spectacles as a collective means of establishing public order and normative identity. Visuality is clearly not an invention of modernity. Some of the oldest works of European culture – the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Iliad, Odyssey, Oresteia and Bible among these – are visual epics.
Conspicuous displays of political allegiance and symbolic identification – what we might call political aesthetics – provide the necessary instruments by which every preceding social order has celebrated itself and maintained its legitimacy. While a final assessment of these claims must await the evidence of detailed comparative historical and sociological research, in what follows I will pursue the hypothesis that while visual experience appears to be a natural order, upon further reflection it turns out to be a highly complex and culturally variable socio-historical formation.
Icon Iconic Rhetorics Iconoclasts Iconography Iconology Idea Ideal Idealism Ideal Type Ideas, History of Ideas (Simple and Complex) Ideen Ideen-Dichtung Identity Identity, Critique Identity, Critique of Personal Identity Identity Theory Ideo- Ideologist/Ideologue Ideologeme Ideology Ideology, Dominant Ideology, Partial and Total Conceptions Ideology of Representation Ideology/Science Ideology and Utopia Idiom Idols Idols of the Mind Ignorance Illuminate Illusion of Immanence Illusions Image(s) Image Cultures Image Flesh Imagery Imagicians Imaginaries Imaginary Institutions Imaginary Screens Imaginary Structures (of Repetition) Imaginary, Transcendental Imagination Imagism Imago Imagology (Imagologies) Imitation Immortality Impossible Objects Impressionism Impressions Incision (Incisive Insight) Incommensurables Indeterminancy Index/Indices Inductivism Industrialization of Consciousness Infinity Inform(ation) Innate Ideas Inside/Outside Insight Inspect Institutions of Reflexivity Intellectualism Intellectual Prejudice Intellectuals Intelligent Eye Intentionality Internal/External Interobjectivity Interpretation Intersubjectivity Introspection Intuition Isms I-Thou J Jetztzeit Judgement K Kepler, Johannes (1571–1630) Kinaesthesis (or Kinesthesis) Knowing-How (Knowledge-How) Knowing-That (Knowledge-That) Knowing-Who Knowing-Why Knowledge Knowledge (by Acquaintance) L Labyrinth Language Language as Charnel House Language as Conduit Language as Constitutive Energy Language as Expressive Medium Language-games Language as Instrument Language as Limit Language as Medium of Communication Language as Mirror Language as Praxis Language as Production Language as Reflexive Praxis Language as Signification Language as Transparent Language as Vehicle of Representation(s) Laser Lattice Lawn Lebensphilosophie Lebenswelt (Life-world) Lebenswelten (Life-worlds) Leibniz’s Question Lichtmetaphysik Life Light Light, White Logic Logocentrism Logological Investigations: Some Preliminary Theses Logology Logos Logosphere Lucidity M Manifestation(s) Mapping Practices Maps Margins Mask Materialism Matrix Matrix, Disciplinary Matter Meaning Mechanical World-view, the Memory Mentalities (Mentalité) Meta- Metalanguage Metalinguistics Metalogic(al) Metaphor Metaphor Exclusion (Occlusion) Metaphoricity Metaphoric Projection Metaphysical Horror Metaphysical Melancholy Metaphysics Metaphysics (as Closure, Superstition, Speculation) Metareflection Meta-representation Metatheory Micawber Maxim, the Microcosm-Macrocosm Mimesis Mimetic Machines Mimetology Mind Mind-body Problem Mind as Cosmic Source Mind as a Mental Theatre Mind as the Mirror of Nature Mind as Mirror System Mind as a Republic Mindscape Mind’s Eye (I) Mind as Theatre Mirror Mirror Stage Mirror Work Mise-en-scène Modernism Modernity Monads Monism Moral Sense Morphe (and Morphe-) Morphogenesis Motivation Multicultural Polis Multidimensionality Muses Museum N Naming Narcissus Naturalism Nature Nature of Things Negative Capability Negative Theology Neo-Kantians Neoplatonism Night Nihilism Nochebuena Nominalism Nominalism’s Limits Non-being (Nothingness) Nous O Object(s) Object of Consciousness Object of Discourse Object, Domains Objectivism Object of Knowledge Observation Observation Paradoxes Observation, as Theory-constituted Observation, as Theory-dependent Observe Occlusion Ockham’s Razor Offing Ogle Omniscient One Ontology Ontophilia/Ontophobia Optic Optical Illusions Optics Ordinary Language Other, The Otherness Oversight P Painting Palimpsest Panopticon Paradigm(s) Paradigm Shift Paradox of Reflection Particularity Passions Perceived Perception Perceptual Metaphor(s) Perceptual Shifts Person Personalism Person, Kantian Perspective(s) Perspectives, Philosophical Perspectivism Perspectivism, Collectivist Perspectivism, Individualist Persuasion Phallocentric Humanism Phallocentrism Phallogocentrism Phantasm Phenomenalism Phenomenologism Phenomenology Phenomenon/Phenomena Philology Philosophers’ Examples Philosophy Photography Photon Piano Picture(s) Picture Theory of Meaning Platonic Pluralism, Methodological Pluralism, Ontological Poiesis Point of View Positivism Postmodernism as Consumerism Postmodernism PLC Postmodernity Practices of Reflection Praxis Presence Presences Presocratics, the Presupposition(s) Printed Icon Print Revolution Private Language (Argument) Problematic, Fundamental Problematics Professionalization Profile Progress Psyche Psychology Pure Form Q Quadrivium Qualia Quantized Quantum Quine’s Universal Tincture R Rage Rashomon Effect, the Rationalism Real Realism Realism, Critical Reality Reality or the Real World Reason Reason, Hegemonic Reason, Natural Light of Reason (and the Passions) Reason, Procedural Reason’s Claim Reason, Vital Reciprocity of Perspectives Reductionism Reference/Referentiality Reference Point Reflection Reflectionism Reflexives, Token Reflexive Universe Reflexivity, Aesthetic Reflexivity as Agents’ Practical Reasoning Reflexivity, Archaeological Reflexivity, as Auto-erotic Activity or Narcissism Reflexivity, as Deconstruction Reflexivity, Dialogical Reflexivity, Ecological Reflexivity, Feminist Reflexivity, Forms of Reflexivity, Institutional Reflexivity as the Irony of Unintended Consequences Reflexivity, Literary Reflexivity, Logical Reflexivity, Logological Reflexivity as Prereflective Reflexivity Reflexivity, Radical Reflexivity as Self-organization Reflexivity as Self-predication and Self-reference Reflexivity as Self-refutation Reflexivity of Sociology and the Sociology of Knowledge Reflexivity as Therapy Reflexivity as Vicious and Virtuous Hermeneutic Circularity Refraction Refraction as a Physical Phenomenon Reid Reification Relation Relativism Renaissance Repetition Representation Representational Ideas Representationalism Representational Semiotic Representational Theories of Language (Knowledge) Representations Representations, Collective Res Residual Categories Retrospection Rezeptionsästhetik Rhetoric(s) Richards’ Ubiquity Principle Romanticism Room Without a View Russell’s Paradox S Sayable and Unsayable Scar Scene Scepticism (or Skepticism) Scheme/Schemata Science Science, Ancient Science, Modern Science, Normal Science, Revolutionary Scientificity Scientism Scopophilia Screen Scrutiny Seeing Seeing-as Seeing, as Risk Self Self-consciousness Self-delusion (Self-deception) Self, Essential Self, False Self-knowledge Self-love Self, Non-existence of Self-Other Self-reflection Self-representation Self-revelation Semiology Semiopraxis Semiotic(s) Semiotic (Videological) Sensation Sensationism Sensation, Pure Sense Experience (Sense Perception) Senses Sensibility Serendipity Principle, the Showing Singularity Skin Social Relation Social Theory Society Society of the Spectacle Sociology Sociology of Knowledge, Classical Sociology of Knowledge and Culture Sociology of Vision Socratic, the Solipsism: The World is My World Sophist Sorcerer’s Apprentice Space Spatialization Spectacle Specularity Speculate/Speculation/Spectator Spirit Stage Standpoint Stream of Consciousness Structuralism Structure Stupidity Style Subject/Subjectivity Subjectivation Subject – Object Dualism Subject, Questioning the Sublime Substance Sufficient Reason Suicide Sun Surface(s) Surveillance Surveillance Technology Survey Symbolic Frames Symbolic Order Symbolpoiesis System Syzygy T Tabula rasa Tao (Tao Te Ching) Taxonomies Techne Technologies of Reflexivity Technology-blindness Tele-action Tele-technology Television Temporalization Tetractys of the Decad Text Textuality The Theatre Theatre (Epic) Theatre, Idols of Theatre, Theatrum Mundi Theme (Thematics) Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim Theorizing Theory Theory-and-Practice Theory-ladenness Thesis Eleven Thing The Third Man Time Topic(ality) Totality Totalization Totalizing Theory Trace Transcendence Treatises (‘Discourses’) on Human Knowledge/Understanding Tree of Knowledge Truth Truth’s Achilles’ Heel Tua res agitur U Übermensch Umwelt Unconscious(ness) Understanding as Insight Unidimensionality Universalizability Universal Perspective Univocity/Univocal Language Urbanization Utopia Utterance V Value(s) Verbum Verfremdungseffekt Video Videological Matrix Videological Order Videological Philosophy Videological West Videologue Videology and Logology Videology, Overcoming Videomatics Vienna Circle Virtual Reality Virtuous Circle Vision List of Lexicon Terms Visionary Vision as the Noblest Sense or Faculty Visual Culture Visual Illusions Visualization Visual Media Visual Metaphorics Visual Pathways Visual Policing of Society Visual Rhetoric Visual Technologies Voice(s) Void Vorstellung Vor-Urteile W Wahrnehmung Waves and/or Particles Way Weltanschauung Wesensschau (Intuition of Essence) Western European Construction of the World Western Metaphysical Tradition White/Whiteness Why?