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Language of Angels
I am waiting for the organization of this dictionary to appear. There are small files I need to have -- Asiatic. for example, but I do not know to organize them.
SummaryThis is a page, which I will never finish.
Bad Subjects, Wrong Theories
NotesFilm600 is the pomo dictionary!
NEW: ... updates
PM GLOSSARY[ use htmlgear "Virtual Theatre" dictionaries ]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_language -- Divine language, the language of the gods, or, in monotheism, the language of God (or angels) is the concept of a mystical or divine proto-language, which predates and supersedes human phonetic speech.I make "glossary" page in every subject directory, but this one is impossible to finish. The field itself is difficult to define. So, I started another directory to defined the subjects and the method of analysis: Film600 -- Bad Theory, Wrong Subjects. Yes, there is some irony in this title, like in everything postmodern. POMO analysis must be humble, especially in my case, when I try to present film as a method of discourse....
"Wrong Subjects" -- because I mix the categories which do not belong together (traditionally): birth, time, gaze, resurrection... Of course, this is a bad theory practice, but I have no choice.
[ see Film, Web, Drama, Theatre glossaries ][ and film600 glossary ]
Constructivism: The postmodern belief that knowledge about the world is not discovered, but constructed in the minds of observers. Constructivism denies that people can ever understand an objective or fixed universal reality. Instead, reality is a social construct--a creation in people's minds, colored by their social background.
Deconstruction: The postmodern literary discipline of uncovering the opposing ideas implied in a text and demonstrating how the author has favored one side over the other because of his or her social context. Demonstrating how texts' truth claims defeat themselves.
Dissociation: In the context of psychology and religion, dissociation means a separation of attention. That is, one's attention to the real world is severed, usually resulting in a trance-like state. Profound dissociation could be sleep, hypnosis or unconsciousness. Mild dissociation could be daydreaming or "zoning out," including the use of drugs.
Existentialism: The attempt to create meaning out of a meaningless universe by the exercise of free will.
Hermeneutics: The science of interpretation. The rules for interpreting a text.
Postmodern (Webster): Date: 1949 : of, relating to, or being any of several movements (as in art, architecture, or literature) that are reactions against the philosophy and practices of modern movements and are typically marked by revival of traditional elements and techniques. (What does it mean? You see what I mean?)
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