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LOGOS A Journal, of Religion, Philosophy, Comparative Cultural Studies and Art

 

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:.  Tomas Kavaliauskas
        Vytautas Magnus Univeristy, Lithuania

Research

 

Summary

Photosophy as Overcoming In-Webbed Photography

The filmmaking, or the movie camera, is an important part of contemporary human expression. By capturing the events of life on film and permeating them, it unveils layers of human existential experience. Clearly the cinema camera, now a universal eye for observing life, easily transverses stylistic differences in film, whether of genre, artistic movement, or time period. The cinematic camera has the function of a pen (the caméra-stylo), a vision of fluidity and mobility. Experiments by filmmakers on what the eye of the cinema lens sees or should see have shaped the idea that the camera’s gaze is an alter vision – in effect, a subordinate cinematic consciousness.

 

Key Words: Šliogeris, media, photosophy, philosophy, photography, philotopia, Being, IS

https://doi.org/10.24101/logos.2022.08

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