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들뢰즈의 『시네마』에 나타난 영화 이미지 존재론
The Ontology of Cinematic Images in G. Deleuze`s Cinema

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Authors
이지영
Issue Date
2006
Publisher
서울대학교 철학사상연구소
Citation
철학사상, Vol.22, pp. 247-270
Keywords
내재성의 평면지각 이미지운동 이미지영화의 지각 이미지
Abstract
The purpose of this article is to clarify the ontological meaning of
cinematic images in Deleuze’s philosophy. Bergson proposes the
concept of ‘Image’ in order to resolve the philosophical problems of
dualist theories concerning matter and mind. Bergson’s images
include both materiality and spirituality. But the images are identified
with matter that exists outside of consciousness. Deleuze accepts
Bergson’s concept of images in Cinéma and applies this concept to
the cinematic images. Deleuze further applies Bergson’s theory of
perception to the cinematic perception-image.
In this course of discussion, Deleuze extends Bergson's plane of
materiality into the plane of immanence. The plane of immanence
plays a role of being an ontological basis for the philosophy of
Deleuze. It is the foundation on which concepts and methods could
be established and not on the foundation of conceptualization nor
methodology. This plane of immanence is the main grounds of
argument in determining the ontological phases of human perception
and cinematic perception-image.
Perception-image is formed when human interests, utility or
camera viewpoints are subtracted from the plane of immanence of
imagery. Therefore both perception and image belong to the same realm of reality. The same goes for cinematic perception-image. Then
in the theory of Deleuze, we must discuss all images, human
perception and cinematic perception at the same level of reality.
Deleuze endows ontological grade to these perception-images existing
in reality. He does this in accordance to the relation of perceptionimages
to the plane of immanence. Especially through the analysis of
Vertov’s cinema in his three analysis of perception-images, Deleuze
insists that cinematic perception-images are superior to human
perception. The reason is because cinematic perception-images are
arguably closer to the plane of immanence than human perception.
ISSN
1226-7007
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/12489
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