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The discourse of sound motion pictures has evolved to become a cultural practice through which people attempt to grasp their subjective cognitive reality as part of a shared world. By developing a poetological theory of filmic thinking and the “cinematic metaphor,” this study shows how filmic images generate an understanding and thinking that introduces new differences and modalities into this shared reality.
Hermann Kappelhoff, Freie Universität Berlin, Kolleg-Forschergruppe Cinepoetics - Poetologien audiovisueller Bilder, Berlin.
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