Wittgenstein, Theory, and the Arts

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Richard Allen, Malcolm Turvey, Professor of Film History and Chair of Visual Culture Department Malcolm Turvey
Psychology Press, 2001 - 302 頁
Introductory papers outline the basic tenets of Wittgenstein's later philosophy and how it can be used to clarify the forms of explanation that are logically appropriate to the subject matter of humanistic disciplines. 'Theory, ' they conclude, is not one of these. More specialized case studies employ Wittgenstein's philosophical methods to diagnose conceptual confusions at the heart of well-known theoretical paradigms currently employed in the study of the arts, such as psychoanalysis, cognitive psychology, structuralism, and deconstruction. The volume also includes essays that address Wittgenstein's own remarks on art and aesthetics, the relationship of his philosophy to artistic modernism, and the interpretation of Wittgenstein best known to contemporary scholars of the arts, that of Stanley Cavell.
 

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Notes on contributors
vii
Part II
33
Wittgenstein and the autonomy of humanistic understanding
39
Wittgenstein on language art and humanity
75
Wittgenstein performing art and action
92
Is scepticism a natural possibility of language? Reasons to
117
The urn and the chamber pot
137
Language and painting border wars and pipe dreams
155
Cognitive film theory
175
The codedmessage model of literature
211
a challenge to Derridean
229
Wittgenstein Freud and the nature of psychoanalytic explanation
253
Index
297
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Richard Allen is Associate Professor of Cinema Studies at New York University. Malcolm Turvey teachs film history at Sarah Lawrence College in New York State.

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