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1. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 5/6
Dan Flory Editor's Introduction
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2. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 5/6
E. M. Dadlez Quasi-Fearing Fictions
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Bert Olivier Reason and/or Imagination: Peter Weir's Dead Poets Society
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Deborah Knight Being Don Juan: Identity, Metafiction, and the Conflict of Desires
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Richard Gilmore Oedipus Techs: Time Travel as Redemption in The Terminator and 12 Monkeys
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Craig N. Bach Nietzsche and The Big Sleep: Style, Women, and Truth
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Joseph H. Kupfer The Work of Love-At Work on Board The African Queen
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Richard Gilmore Into the Toilet: Some Classical Aesthetic Themes Raised by a Scene in Trainspotting
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symposium: noël carroll's theorizing the moving image
9. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 5/6
Allan Casebier Noël Carroll's Theorizing the Moving Image
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Alan Goldman Specificity, Popularity, and Engagement in the Moving Image
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Noël Carroll Defending Theorizing: Responses to Casebier and Goldman
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Alan Goldman Response to Carroll
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13. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 5/6
Allan Casebier Response to Carroll
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14. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 5/6
Noël Carroll Defending Theorizing II: The Sequel
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symposium: walter benjamin and mechanical reproduction
15. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 5/6
Joseph Margolis Mechanical Reproduction and Cinematic Humanism
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Thomas E. Wartenberg Cinematic Humanism or Grand Theory?: A Critique of Margolis
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Noël Carroll Margolis, Mechanical Reproduction and Cinematic Humanism
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symposium: noël carroll's interpreting the moving image
18. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 5/6
Dan Flory Aesthetic Cognition and Visible Intelligibility
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Flo Leibowitz Why Intention Matters: On Carroll and Film Interpretation
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Andrew Light Does the Audience Matter?: On Carroll and Visual Argument
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