Home in Hollywood: The Imaginary Geography of Cinema (Film

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Dreams afford one partial analogy, and the gathering of information from casual hearsay affords another. "Remember me": Psychoanalysis, Cinema, and the Crisis of Modernity." One may argue with the authors’ choice of theoretical and cinematic pairings, but therein rests the power and the beauty of the book. A theory of reference is a theory which, like a propositional semantic theory, pairs the expressions of a language with certain values. The greatest drawback is that positive punishment fails to teach desirable behaviors.

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Publisher: Columbia University Press; 18891st edition (October 15, 2004)


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