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An example of the visuality scale coding can be seen in week 16 (April 19-25) when the Deepwater Horizon initially exploded.
15) I am using the term here as described by Giorgio Agamben in his analysis of the medieval doctrine of visuality and imagination, as "a mediator between [.
As we can see, the phenomenon of visuality is truly multi-faceted and multi-dimensional and it can be productively examined by the researchers and professional investigators from a widely varying disciplines and fields of sciences.
Faulkner's use of visuality is crucial for the narration's performance because it is primarily through images--or their lack--that the narrator "frames" Christmas in the reader's mind.
Furthermore, Beals' very understanding of the centrality and complexity of the myth of Gyges for Levinas--that we can neither abandon ourselves to the myth of Gyges nor simply leave it behind --seems precisely to evoke Taylor's argument that we must transform metaphors of visuality to describe other ways of seeing.
This non-phenomenological aspect of visuality brings us into contact with economies of metaphor, which are ever entangled with economies of violence.
In this section of the book, visuality thus emerges as a vehicle or mediating environment in which issues of class, race, and corporeality are negotiated.
Figurative application of the logic of visuality makes the entire range of the poem's levels of continuity more important than its capacities to structure conventional modes of description and argumentation.
Lacan's account of the psychoanalytic dimensions of visuality is remarkable in part for its relatively unusual historical tenor, for its willingness to speak in terms of a specifically modern scopic organization, and indeed to speak of the Cartesian horizons of the psychoanalytic project.
And so she passes that visuality on, painting it wet-in-wet, enhancing its solemnity and ridiculousness simply by her choice of materials - for a painting, compared to a snapshot, is a historically serious thing and something of that gravity dogs it even now.
Yet the result of this is not merely to suggest that more underrepresented groups be represented on screen--though this is part of it--it is also to delve deeper into visuality in order to critically understand the ways in which humans learn how to see, how our very perceptual abilities are shaped before we even arrive at the movie theater.
From the aspect of English Studies this work and the recent interdisciplinary trend in the humanities can be of great importance, on the one hand because visuality, or visual culture, usually plays an unjustifiably marginal part in the curricula or in the research field of English Studies.