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Strikingly Low Agreement in the Appraisal of Motion Pictures

Pascal Wallisch and Jake Alden Whritner

facts when considering the quality of a movie ( Kivy 2015 ). Finally, cognitive media theory suggests that movies are extremely rich audiovisual stimuli that allow viewers tremendous degrees of freedom to reconstruct the narrative experience subjectively

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Enacting Moving Images

Film Theory and Experimental Science within a New Cognitive Media Theory

Joerg Fingerhut and Katrin Heimann

stimulate debates in film theory and potentially propel our understanding of filmic engagement within a larger cognitive media theory. Embodied Simulation and Film Engagement The discussion so far has also some bearing on experimental designs

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Book Reviews

Malcolm Turvey, Mette Hjort, Julian Hanich, and Christopher T. Gonzalez

ELEGY FOR THEORY by D.N. RODOWICK

Malcolm Turvey

COGNITIVE MEDIA THEORY by TED NANNICELLI AND PAUL TABERHAM (EDS.)

Mette Hjort

THE FORMS OF THE AFFECTS by EUGENIE BRINKEMA

Julian Hanich

MEX-CINÉ: MEXICAN FILMMAKING, PRODUCTION, AND CONSUMPTION IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY by FREDERICK LUIS ALDAMA

Christopher T. Gonzalez

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Screen Stories: Emotion and the Ethics of Engagement

Opening Remarks

Carl Plantinga

engagement. Many of these I have mentioned in this précis. I will end with an observation about the relationship between cognitive media theory and an ethics of engagement. Cognitive media theory is in a unique position to contribute to an ethics of

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Naturalized Aesthetics and Emotion Theory

Rainer Reisenzein

H. Frijda . 2013 . “ Appraisal Theories of Emotion: State of the Art and Future Development .” Emotion Review 5 ( 2 ): 119 – 124 . 10.1177/1754073912468165 Nannicelli , Ted , and Paul Taberham , eds. 2014 . Cognitive Media Theory

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Guest Editor's Introduction

Phenomenology Encounters Cognitivism

Robert Sinnerbrink

of Minnesota Press . Massumi , Brian . 2015 . Politics of Affect . London : Polity Press . Nannicelli , Ted , and Paul Taberham , eds. 2014 . “ Introduction: Contemporary Cognitive Media Theory .” In Cognitive Media Theory , ed. Ted

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Book Reviews

Steven Willemsen, Mario Slugan, Elke Weissmann, and Lucy Bolton

: Contemporary Cognitive Media Theory ”. In Cognitive Media Theory , ed. Ted Nannicelli and Paul Taberham , 1 – 23 . New York : Routledge . 10.4324/9780203098226 Smit , Alexia. 2010 . “ Broadcasting the Body: Affect, Embodiment and Bodily Excess

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Naturalized Aesthetics and Criticism

On Value Judgments

Laura T. Di Summa-Knoop

. 10.1086/233273 Carroll , Noël , and William Seeley . 2014 . “Cognitive Theory and the Individual Film: The Case of Rear Window .” In Cognitive Media Theory , ed. Ted Nannicelli and Paul Taberham , 235 – 253 . New York : Routledge

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A Pragmatic Framework for the Cognitive Study of Documentary

Catalin Brylla and Mette Kramer

. “The Geography of Film Viewing: What Are the Implications of Cultural-Cognitive Differences for Cognitive Film Theory?” In Cognitive Media Theory , ed. Ted Nannicelli and Paul Taberham , 62 – 82 . London : Routledge . Bondebjerg , Ib

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Putting the Culture into Bioculturalism

A Naturalized Aesthetics and the Challenge of Modernism

Dominic Topp

Their Challenge to Western Theory . Chicago : University of Chicago Press . 10.7208/chicago/9780226219783.001.0001 Nannicelli , Ted , and Paul Taberham , eds. 2014 . Cognitive Media Theory . New York : Routledge . 10.4324/9780203098226 Smith