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With a Philosopher’s Eye: A ‘Naive’ View on Animation

Animation has never been a subject that has attracted much interest from philosophers, except perhaps from a very few interested in the philosophy of film or perhaps in visual aesthetics. Aspects of philosophical thinking may well be relevant to animation, however, and animators and theorists of animation have certainly shown an interest in philosophy: most often in time, movement, and process. But it is one thing to draw on philosophy in working within a field, and another thing to try to think philosophically about that field. In this admittedly naive view of animation – naive because it comes from philosophy to animation rather than the other way around – animation is explored from an explicitly philosophical perspective, with a particular focus on animation as a ‘making move’.

  • Title (Japanese)
哲学者の観点から:アニメーションに対する素朴な視点
  • Publish Date
2014
  • Authors
  • Publication
Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal
  • Publication Volume
9(1)
  • Publication Page Number
65-79
  • Publication’s Website
http://anm.sagepub.com/content/9/1/65.abstract
  • DOI
10.1177/1746847713520521
  • Keywords

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