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21. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 21
Alessandro Giovannelli The Finale of AI: Artificial Intelligence
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Shai Biderman, Ido Lewit TV’s Fargo and the Philosophy of the Coen Brothers
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Jonathan Kwan Philosophy Through Ambiguity: Readings of Blade Runner
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Richard Nunan Authorial Intent, Alien, and Thomas Wartenberg’s Alleged Necessary Condition for Films to Do Philosophy
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Enrico Terrone Blessed Are the Forgetful: Utilitarianism and Remarriage in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
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Amresh Sinha The Ideology of Inception
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David H. Calhoun Imagined Cosmologies: Nature and the Unveiling of Nature in Malick’s The Tree of Life and Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey
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Iskra Fileva The Duties of an Artist
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Joseph Kupfer What Movies Teach Us About Teaching: Excellence and Maleficence in The Classroom
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30. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 20
Dan Shaw Editor’s Introduction
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31. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 20
William Pamerleau The Cost of Greatness: A Nietzschean Analysis of Whiplash
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Frank Boardman An Argument (Many) Films Make
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James Conlon The Goodness Of The ‘Holy Fool’ In Talk To Her (Hable con ella)
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Laura T. Di Summa-Knoop “It is Like It is Always Right Now”: Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and the Fiction-Nonfiction Divide
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Joseph Kupfer Care, Autonomy and Art: Frida and Camille Claudel
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Jack Simmons, Leigh E. Rich Hannibal and the Horrors of Hyper-Rationality
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Roy W. Perrett Waltz with Bashir and the Definition of Documentary
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Dan Shaw Animated Thought: Inside Out and Philosophy of the Emotions
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39. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
Dan Shaw Editor’s Introduction
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Thomas Wartenberg The Imposition Objection Reconsidered: A Response to Richard Nunan
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