Cinema e religião: a inefabilidade dos conceitos-imagem em M. Night Shyamalan




This work aims to strengthen relations between the studies of cinema and the sciences of religion, broadening the horizons for analysis and exchanges between both sides. It also enhances the concept of logopathia, introduced by Julio Cabrera, combining the philosophy of religion, for its ineffable bias, and confirming the effectiveness and reflexive methodological originality of image-concepts. The text takes a new look at the films of M. Night Shyamalan and studies the significance of his work so far. Perceiving a void in interdisciplinary studies between cinema and religion, we hypothesized that the logopathia described by Cabrera represents a new way to understand principles of philosophy of religion. As a method of reasoning, it articulates negative descriptions in order to formulate image-concepts holding an ineffable feature of the religious field, therefore representing a founder prism of understanding, completely alien to classical theories of knowledge. The films of M. Night Shyamalan are analyzed in order to understand how the concepts of ineffable-image increased understanding of traditional concepts of academic studies in science of religion and make a new way of philosophical studies and formatting for the area


logopatia religion cinema -- aspectos religiosos critica cinematografica religião movie studies teologia faith filmes cabrera, julio -- 1945- shyamalan, m. night

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