Cinema: The Movement-Image, Lecture 21, 1 June 1982
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The movement of thought, you see, is going to be: the implied time involved These are going to be positions taken on this signified of power which is process, procedure, aspect. As a result, everything is fine. I would say that optical images, if I return to my theme of cinema, are only positions in relation to these temporal implications, to these thought processes. And I can discover the idea that it is always in the nascent state, that is inevitably in the nascent state, because if I take them through the nascent state or the ending state, whatever, I would then fall again into the domain of explicit language; I would then fall back into the domain of the movement-image as such, etc. In the first year of Deleuze's consideration of cinema and philosophy, he develops an alternative to the psychoanalytic and semiological approaches to film studies by drawing from Bergson's theses on perception and C. Peirce's classification of images and signs.