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Author: Ulysse Dutoit,Leo Bersani
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Title: Forms of Being: Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity
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Publisher: British Film Institute; 2004 edition (August 25, 2004)
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Forms of Being: Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity by Ulysse Dutoit,Leo Bersani



This book approaches cinema as a domain in which possibilities of being are potentially at stake. Although often referring to the work of Lacan, Forms of Being appears to move decisively away from the classic psychoanalytic film theory assumption that films are determined in advance by the general apparatus of film so as to reproduce the subject in terms of a dominating ideology.

Leo Bersani was until recently the Class of 1950 Professor of French and Ulysse Dutoit is Lecturer in Film, both at the University of California, Berkeley. They are the authors of Forms of Violence: Narrative in Assyrian Art and Modern Culture (1985), Arts of Impoverishment: Beckett, Rothko, Resnais (1993), Caravaggio's Secrets (1998), and a monograph on Derek Jarman's Caravaggio in the BFI Modern Classics series (1999).

In each of the films discussed in this study - "Le Mepris," "All About My Mother," "The Thin Red Line" - something extraordinary is proposed. Or if not proposed, then shown, visually, by stranger and more powerful means than narrative or argument. ISBN13:9781844570164.

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Forms of Being: Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity (with Ulysse Dutoit, British Film Institute, 2004). Intimacies (with Adam Phillips, Univ. Chicago Press, 2008). Is the Rectum a Grave? and Other Essays (Univ. Chicago Press, 2010). Thoughts and Things (Univ. Chicago Press, 2015). A Conversation with Leo Bersani" conducted along with Tim Dean, Hal Foster, and Kaja Silverman, October vol. 82 (Autumn 1997). BNF: cb11891621d (data).

Bersani and Dutoitπs Forms of Being. Leo Bersani and Ulysse Dutoit. Forms of Being: Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity. London: British Film Institute, 2004. 185 pp. Given its title and subtitle, Bersani and Dutoit's Forms of Being: Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity might lead us to expect a general treatment of some rather comprehensive philosophical topics.

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Author : Leo Bersani,Ulysse Dutoit. Publisher : British Film Institute. In each of the films discussed in this study - "Le Mepris," "All About My Mother," "The Thin Red Line" - something extraordinary is proposed.

Are you sure you want to remove Forms of Being from your list? Forms of Being. Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity. by Leo Bersani, Ulysse Dutoit. Published August 9, 2004 by British Film Institute.

Leo Bersani and Ulysse Dutoit Forms of Being: Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity London: British Film Institute, 2004 ISBN 1844570150 185 pp. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Citations (1). References (0). Homomonadology: Leo Bersani’s Essentialism. In the book Intimacies, which features responses from psychoanalyst Adam Phillips, Leo Bersani explores the possibility of telling a different story about intimacy from that based on the premise of individual difference. This project draws on Bersani's previous writing on psychoanalysis, literature and film, which critically addresses the model of the ego as bound to its own aggressive.

In each of the films discussed in this study - "Le Mepris", "All About My Mother", "The Thin Red Line" - something extraordinary is proposed. Or if not proposed, then shown, visually, by stranger and more powerful means than narrative or argument.