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Ellis (New York: Do\'er Publications, 1954), pp. 148-149. 14. Michel Foucault, Di5cipline and Punish: Thc Birth tf rhc Prison. trans. Alan Sheridan (New York: Vintage Books, 1975), p. 225. Cartesian perspectival tradition- your tradition of the camera than the merely reAecti\'c, nature of visual expe ri ence. For exDescartes to Reid, deals with the semantic element in Descartes's Oplics; and here he argues (against Richard Rorty) that even in this "mirror of nature" tradition there is a constitutive moment that has to do with a natural geometry of the mind which is not simply "out there" - that e,'en in this most "eridical tradition of vision there is a non\'eridica l element or at least one that is not simply mimetic.
7. Georges Canguilhem, "Qu'est-ce que Ie psychologie," in his Erudts d'hisIQlu et Nartln Jav I found your paper "ery rich, but I want to pus h one aspect of it - the binary opposition between "er idi ca l and nooveridi ca l Sight - more than you did. It might be argued that the de philruophit des scitncts. 5th ed. (Paris: 1- Vrin, 1983), pp. 377-378. 8. >ychophpics, trans. Helmut E. Adler (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966). obscura-,vas aware to some extent of the constituti\'e, rather 9.
Do you make a distinction between the picture-making activity of an ar tist like Picasso and his psychiC reality? Do they operate as opposite po les or do they ha\'e a mimetic relationship? that: its content comes from elsewhere; it has nothing to do with the reAexiye model. Another instance is the anamorphic image. Now the opaCity that is figured in anamorphosis is a matter of point of view: one ca n see the image correctly if one can get to the cor- Rasalind Krau ss In the twenty-thre'e -yolume Oeuvres of Pi casso, thirteen of those yolumes are demted to his last period.