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D. analyzes the film 'A woman under the influence' in terms of its theme 'madness' and the director's style. This is what Metz identifies as his approach to psychoanalytic film theory. The second, and more fundamental explanation would then come at the level of a theory of mental content. (For an overview of theories of this sort, see mental representation and the essays in Stich and Warfield (1994).) Indeed, the popularity of mentalist theories of linguistic meaning, along with the conviction that content should be explicable in non-representational terms, is an important reason why so much attention has been focused on theories of mental representation over the last few decades.

Pages: 252

Publisher: Routledge (January 19, 1997)

ISBN: 0415900182

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