Semiotics of cinema. Front Cover. I︠U︡riĭ Mikhaĭlovich Lotman, Jurij Lotman. Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literature, University of Michigan, – Motion. Semiotics of Cinema. Front Cover. Jurij Lotman. University of Michigan, – Motion pictures Bibliographic information. QR code for Semiotics of Cinema. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Lotman, IU. M. ( IUrii Mikhailovich), ; Format: Book; viii, p. ; 21 cm.

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Pavel Protasov rated it it was amazing Oct 01, Cinema, as a special sort cihema art, not only reveals but uses this process of mutual transfer most evidently and consciously. Helle Tomberg rated it liked it Jun 05, He was the founder of structural semiotics in culturology and is considered as the first Soviet structuralist by writing his book On the Delimitation of Linguistic and Philological Concepts of Structure Marina rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Research notes on some Eisenstein stills.

Michigan Slavic Contributions: Semiotics of Cinema No. 5 by Jurij Lotman (1976, Paperback)

If particularity is individuality grasped from the per- spective of generality, singularity is the opposite concept, referring to individual- ity that can neither belong to the sphere of generality any longer nor be repeated. Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January Show More Show Less. Taboos against using common nouns, for example the names of diseases where naming an illness aloud would be considered as invoking it: IUrii Mikhailovich Rather, my question is quite simple.

Semiotics of Cinema No. The ontology of the photographic image. In Eisenstein Rediscovered, — Cina rated it really liked it Aug 07, Photographs, especially instantaneous photographs, are very instructive, because we know that in certain respects they are exactly like the objects they represent.


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Cinema brings us to the world, where lotmn person appearing on screen — friend and enemy — is interrelated with spectators in an extremely close, intimate relationship. You may also like.

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This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. Quite noteworthy are typical examples of this connection between smiotics typical plot situations and the nominal character of the mythological world: But this resem- blance is due to the photographs having been produced under such circumstances that they were physically forced to correspond point by point to nature.

See what’s been added to the collection semiogics the current 1 2 3 4 5 6 weeks months years. Edoardo rated it liked it Jul 01, Just as every common noun cinena myth can be functionally equated to a proper name, cinema transforms whatever it films into an extremely intimate thing, which is characterized as non-repeatable individuality.

Of course, the photographic and cinematic image has iconicity in that the image resembles what it represents, but with respect to sign type it more closely corresponds to indexical sign.

For Barthes, highly eminent in semiotics methodology, raising a question as such can be an extremely radica- lized form of self-reflection on his own theoretical foundation.

Semiotics of Cinema

The word is apt, and should be preserved. Everything ciinema we notice during the presentation of a film, everything that excites and affects us, has meaning. Myth corresponds to what is nominal, and name to what is mythological. See all 2 pre-owned listings. The coexistence of iconic and conventional sign- processes in a filmic text is an unavoidable theoretical subject for the semiotics of cinema.


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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. All the more interesting is that this concept also refers to changes in the personality of the subject of communication. On the contrary, we have to say that it is extremely marginal. Together with these, we come to see an actor on screen as a phenomenological object. Der sichtbare Mensch oder dei Kutur des Films. Be the first to write a review.

Semiotics of cinema – I︠U︡riĭ Mikhaĭlovich Lotman, Jurij Lotman – Google Books

This method of focusing, not applicable on the stage or in painting, provides cinematic images kotman the human body parts with special meaning. Can we ascribe the quality of sign to that photogenic image? At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Click here to sign up. Nevertheless, this specific sign-formation is far from being a completely new invention that Deleuze came up with in a day. Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. But really is that all?