Sites of vision : the discursive construction of sight in the history of philosophy / edited by David Michael Levin.

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Other Authors: Kleinberg-Levin, David Michael, 1939-
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1999.
Table of Contents:
  • From acoustics to optics : the rise of the metaphysical and demise of the melodic in Aristotle's Poetics / P. Christopher Smith
  • Aristotle on specular regimes : the theater of philosophical discourse / James I. Porter
  • Discourses of vision in seventeenth-century metaphysics / Catherine Wilson
  • How to write the history of vision : understanding the relationship between Berkeley and Descartes / Margaret Atherton
  • Embodying the eye of humanism : Giambattista Vico and the eye of ingenium / Sandra Rudnick Luft
  • "For now we see through a glass darkly" : the systematics of Hegel's visual imagery / John Russon
  • Sighting the spirit : the rhetorical visions of Geist in Hegel's Encyclopedia / John H. Smith
  • Perspectives and horizons : Husserl on seeing the truth / Mary C. Rawlinson
  • Ducks and rabbits : visuality in Wittgenstein / William James Earle
  • Dewey's critique of democratic visual culture and its political implications / Yaron Ezrahi
  • Materialist mutations of the Bilderverbot / Rebecca Comay
  • Hannah Arendt : the activity of the spectator / Peg Birmingham
  • Keeping Foucault and Derrida in sight : panopticism and the politics of subversion / David Michael Levin
  • Difference and the ruin of representation in Gilles Deleuze / Dorothea Olkowski.

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