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61. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Alberto J. L. Carrillo Canán, Lydia Elizalde Valdes, May Zindel, Victor Gerardo Rivas López, Marco Calderón Zacaula Is There Metonymy in Film?: Metz and the Rhetorical Figures in Cinema
62. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Paul Majkut Preliminary Remarks on Point of Listening (POL) and Point of View (POV): Auditory and Visual Embodiment and Disembodiment
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Stacey O. Irwin Re-mediation: Reframing Media In Pedagogy
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Michael Lucas Representing Presence: Interrogating the Real in Beginning Design
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Kurt Cline Twisted Shadows: Lon Chaney, Tod Browning and the Grotesque Personae of Circus and Sideshow
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Jason Wesley Alvis Taking Kant to the Picture Show: A Prolegomena to Any Future Film Theory
67. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Jessica Jacobson-Konefall Facebook and Fetishism: The Digital Image as Fantasy, Disavowal, and Reification
68. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Melinda Campbell Epistemic Error and Experiential Evidence
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Matti Itkonen The Festive Spread - Its Laying and Its Writing: A Philosophical Study of Food Culture
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Can recipes and cookery books function as mirrors of national identity or mindscape? If the answer is in the affirmative, then what kind of Finnishness can be found in its food culture? And the display of food as a medium: what is it able to communicate to later generations about the spirit prevailing in a bygone age or place?Nowadays the web pages of restaurants are comparable to a well-laid table; they share similarities m theh skilful arrangement. Entertaining increases a sense of well-being, both for the guest and for the host or hostess. We can even talk about the happiness doctrine of hospitality.Images of gourmet delicacies could boost tourism: after all, a warm culinary memory is also very often a memory of childhood or the home. This is something review writers would do well to realize. It is for this reason that we might assume that the ultimate incentive or spur m the work of a critic is to foster the ideal of reciprocity. Only in this way would gastronomic dialogue become possible—and the idea of a mutually shared experience take on a temporal form.
70. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Luis Acebal Editor's Introduction
71. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Mindaugas Briedis Phenomenology of Medical Imaging: Constitution of Judgment and CAD (Computer-Aided Detection)
72. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Marta G. Trogolo, Alejandra Femandez Media: Technology, Epistemology, Ontology and Ideology
73. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Paz Tomero Technoheroines: Transhuman Resistances to Panopticism. The Example of Praba Pilar
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Gregory Cameron Cool Politics: The Ideology of the "Revolutionary New Technology"
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Sharon Santus Targeting Immigrants: A Discourse Analysis of Extremist Group Messages on Immigration in a Troubled U.S. Economy
76. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Hailemchael Tesfeye Tekabe A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Policy Versus Practice on the Rights of Women in Ethiopia: A Phenomenological Perspective
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Víctor Gerardo Rivas López Towards an Understanding of the Formal Framework of Art Cinema: Haneke's The White Ribbon
78. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Nicola Liberati Between Leib and Technology: A Phenomenology of the Living Body's Constitution
79. Glimpse: Volume > 14
Alarcón Dávila, García González Machines of Loving Grace: Social Movements, New Media and Cybernetics
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Polona Tratnik Biotechnology for Medicine: Intervene to Make Live