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Husserl Studies

, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp 127–141 | Cite as

Transcendence, transparency, and transaction: Husserl's middle road to cinematic representation

  • Allan Casebier
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    In RolandBarthes, seeCritique et Vérité (Paris: éditions du Seuil, 1966). On post-structuralism, see J. Dudley Andrew,Concepts in Film Theory (NY: Oxford University Press, 1984), pp. 48–49.Google Scholar
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    For an understanding of intentionality and other terms in the Husserlian see DallasWillard,Logic and the Objectivity of Knowledge: A Study in Husserl's Early Philosophy (Athens: Ohio University Press, 1984). On Intentionality, see p. 35.Google Scholar
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    JohnLocke,An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: Selected Essays, ed. I.C.Tipton (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1977).Google Scholar
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    Husserl,, Section 111.Google Scholar
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    “Founded noesis” refers to the mental process arising from correlative acts e.g., perception arising from apperception. As Kersten explains noesis's meaning, “noesis” refers to the mental process involved in perception, while “noema” refers to the intended to as such. See F.Kersten and R.Zaner,Phenomenology: Continuation and Criticism (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1973), p. 115ff.Google Scholar
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    Willard,. On Intentionality see p. 80, note 43.Google Scholar
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    Husserl,, Section 111, p. 262.Google Scholar
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    Andrew, op.cit., pp. 48–49.Google Scholar
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    A founded act is an act which essentially involves consciousness of another act. See Edmund Husserl,Philosophie der Arithmetik, 2nd edition, ed. Lothar Eley inHusserliana XII (1970).Google Scholar
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    EdmundHusserl,Logical Investigations, transl. J.N. Findlay (NY: Humanities Press, 1970), p. 701.Google Scholar
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    See StanleyCavell,A World Viewed: Reflections on the Ontology of Film, Enlarged Edition (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1979), section entitled “More of the World Viewed,” pp. 162–230.Google Scholar
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    Elsewhere, I have discussed this ungrounded “Nominalist” assumption, see “Representation of Reality and Reality of Representation,”Persistence of Vision, special issue on Philosophy and Film, ed. Noel Carroll, forthcoming 1987.Google Scholar
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    On facture, see Michael Renov, “Re-thinking the Documentary: Towards a Taxonomy of Mediation,”Wide Angle 8 (# 3–4), 75.Google Scholar
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    See J.Dudley Andrew,Concepts in Film Theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984), Chatper 5, especially pp. 91ff., and Chapter 8, especially pp. 134ff.Google Scholar

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  • Allan Casebier
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  1. 1.University of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles

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