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From Plato to Socrates: Wittgenstein's Journey on Collingwood's Map
How can I learn and help others to learn to mean more precisely by saying, doing and making things? By attending to how Ludwig Wittgenstein and Robin Collingwood answered that question during the first half of the twentieth ...
Bypassing Elder - Sitney on Elder on Brakhage
P. Adams Sitney, in his otherwise estimable review of Bruce Elder's The Films of Stan Brakhage in the American Tradition of Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein, and Charles Olson, disregards the author's goal of demonstrating how ...
Michelson, Morley and Me: How We See, Hear and Hear Movies
The Michelson-Morley experiment of 1887 was the watershed in our coming to understand how differently waves propagate. As such, it ought also to have been the watershed in our coming to understand how hearing differs from ...
Curriculum Vitae of Evan Wm. Cameron (31 December 2008)
Curriculum Vitae of Evan Wm. Cameron as of 31 December 2008 (date of retirement from York University).
Photograph of EWC (2008, Rouge Park Conservation Area, Markham, Ontario)
Photograph of EWC in the fall of 2008 about to 'enter retirement' by walking his dog along a pathway within the Rouge Park Conservation Area, Markham, Ontario. [Photograph by Joan Evans].
Robert Towne, Chinatown, and the Bewitchments of 'Tone'
Screenwriters during the 'studio era' were required to work in sequence upon the screenplays of movies. After the studios collapsed, however, they were obliged increasingly to work alone, many striving to secure above all ...
Santayana's Missing Pages: Learning by Recollecting How We Use Photographs
Sometime between 1900 and 1907 George Santayana addressed the Harvard Camera Club on 'Photography and the Mental Image', noting that his remarks seemed to him 'of some importance'. They were indeed, for his talk marked the ...
Photograph of EWC (2002, Film Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, York University, Toronto, Ontario)
Photograph by Joan Evans of EWC assessing screenplays of students in the spring of 2001 within his office in the Film Department, Faculty of Fine Arts, York University, overseen by Buster Keaton.