Downcast Eyes : The Denigration of Vision in Twentieth-Century French Thoughtby Martin Jay
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Table of Contents
|The Noblest of the Senses: Vision from Plato to Descartes||p. 21|
|Dialectic of EnLIGHTenment||p. 83|
|The Crisis of the Ancien Scopic Regime: From the Impressionists to Bergson||p. 149|
|The Disenchantment of the Eye: Bataille and the Surrealists||p. 211|
|Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, and the Search for a New Ontology of Sight||p. 263|
|Lacan, Althusser, and the Specular Subject of Ideology||p. 329|
|From the Empire of the Gaze to the Society of the Spectacle: Foucault and Debord||p. 381|
|The Camera as Memento Mori: Barthes, Metz, and the Cahiers du Cinema||p. 435|
|"Phallogocularcentrism": Derrida and Irigaray||p. 493|
|The Ethics of Blindness and the Postmodern Sublime: Levinas and Lyotard||p. 543|
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