Theses on movement, First commentary on Bergson
1. How does Deleuze define philosophy?
(a) Creation of a story.
(b) Creation of concepts.
(c) Creation of thoughts.
(d) Creation of film.
2. What was the first book about film written by Deleuze?
(a) Cinema 1.
(b) Philosophy 1.
(c) Film 1.
(d) Shots 1.
3. When was Deleuze's first film book published?
4. Deleuze first says that a filmmaker should be compared to which type of person?
5. Which of the following was part of Bergson's first thesis of movement?
(a) Movement is succint.
(b) Movement is a cinematoraphic illusion.
(c) Movement is successful.
(d) Movement is distinct.
6. Bergson referred to the occurrence during the first thesis of movement as which of the following?
(a) Pirvileged instants.
(b) Cinematographic illusion.
(c) False movement.
(d) perfected illusion.
7. What does Deleuze claim that cinema offers?
(a) Successful movement.
(b) Pathetic movement.
(c) Perfected movement.
(d) False movement.
8. What does phenomenology study?
9. Bergson's second thesis includes which of the following?
(a) False instants.
(b) Privileged instants.
(c) Perfected instants.
(d) Dissolving instants.
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