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Conclusion: The Vision of Cinematic Philosophy

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Abstract

Shamir concludes with a dramatic vision for cinematic philosophy, not as an isolated niche within cinema studies or philosophy, but as part of a journey into how we choose to understand and know the world we live in. The technological advances of the twenty-first century are bound to intensify our dependence on the visual image and the moving frame while at the same time challenging the hegemony of the written and printed text. Now more than ever, we must find creative and innovative paths to comprehending and articulating the world in which we live, and open our horizons to new practices for knowledge and wisdom.

Keywords

Cinematic Philosophy Cinematic Possibilities Remote Tower Imagine Philosophy Cinematic World 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.New YorkUSA

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