Deleuze Felsefesinde Sinema Sanatının Yeri
Kaplan , Tezcan
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This study deals with the significance of the art of cinema in the philosophy of Deleuze. It is searched out new relations among creation fields in the world of thought of our age. For Deleuze, this relations are the necessary haunts of opening out philosophy to outside. In the philosophy of Deleuze, what comes to forefront among these haunts is cinema as a thinking activity. By opening out philosophy, cinema provides new areas of thought to it or different perspectives on its problem fields. The aim of this study is to set sight on the philosophy of Deleuze as part of his views about cinema. In the first chapter of the study, relationship of philosophy and cinema will be examined in terms of being a thinking activity. In the second chapter, the movement image, the basic of cinema, will be shown through Bergson effect on Deleuze. In the third chapter, passing from movement image to time image will first be dealt as permanency of the same effect. The point as reducing this effect will be indicated in the context of Nietzsche effect on Deleuze. Time image will be examined through the context founded between Bergson and Nietzsche. In the conclusion chapter, the potentialities provided from cinema to philosophy will be shown as part of the philosophical comprehension of Deleuze.