November 1, 1981 to June 1, 1982

In the first year of Deleuze's consideration of cinema and philosophy, he develops an alternative to the psychoanalytic and semiological approaches to film studies by drawing from Bergson's theses on perception and C.S. Peirce's classification of images and signs. While he devotes this first year predominantly to what he considers to be the primary characteristic of cinema of the first half of the 20th century, the movement-image, he finishes the year by emphasizing the importance of the post-World War II shift toward the domination of the time-image in cinema.

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Lectures in this Seminar

Lecture Date: November 10, 1981
Lecture Date: November 17, 1981
Lecture Date: November 24, 1981
Lecture Date: December 1, 1981
Lecture Date: January 5, 1982
Lecture Date: January 12, 1982
Lecture Date: January 19, 1982
Lecture Date: January 26, 1982
Lecture Date: February 2, 1982
Lecture Date: February 23, 1982
Lecture Date: March 2, 1982
Lecture Date: March 9, 1982
Lecture Date: March 16, 1982
Lecture Date: March 23, 1982
Lecture Date: April 20, 1982
Lecture Date: April 27, 1982
Lecture Date: May 4, 1982
Lecture Date: May 11, 1982
Lecture Date: May 18, 1982
Lecture Date: May 25, 1982
Lecture Date: June 1, 1982