1984-10-30 to 1985-06-18

As he starts the fourth year of his reflections on relations between cinema and philosophy, Deleuze explains that the method of thought has two aspects, temporal and spatial, presupposing an implicit image of thought, one that is variable, with history. He proposes the chronotope, as space-time, as the implicit image of thought, one riddled with philosophical cries, and that the problematic of this fourth seminar on cinema will be precisely the theme of "what is philosophy?', undertaken from the perspective of this encounter between the image of thought and the cinematographic image.

Lectures in this Seminar

Cinema and Thought / 01
Cinema and Thought / 02
Cinema and Thought / 03
Cinema and Thought / 04
Cinema and Thought / 05
Cinema and Thought / 06
Cinema and Thought / 07
Cinema and Thought / 08
Cinema and Thought / 09
Cinema and Thought / 10
Cinema and Thought / 11
Cinema and Thought / 12
Cinema and Thought / 13
Cinema and Thought / 14
Cinema and Thought / 15
Cinema and Thought / 16
Cinema and Thought / 17
Cinema and Thought / 18
Cinema and Thought / 19
Cinema and Thought / 20
Cinema and Thought / 21
Cinema and Thought / 22
Cinema and Thought / 23
Cinema and Thought / 24
Cinema and Thought / 25
Cinema and Thought / 26