Im falschen Film. Reflexionsphilosophie, Kino, Blade Runner

The essay interweaves idealist philosophy, film theory, and the example of the film Blade Runner to elucidate one another. A series of terms – e.g. ‘perception’, ‘cogito’, ‘desperation’, ‘compassion’ – is intended to tie the different aspects together. Both their connection to the cinematic situation and the question of ethical implications are of vital, i.e. theoretical, interest
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