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101. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Noël Carroll Philosophy in the Moving Image: Response to Bruce Russell
102. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Ben Convey Hostel: A Nightmare of the Hyperreal
103. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Brian Laetz Two Problematic Theses in Carroll's Account of Horror
104. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Sean McAleer Self-Knowledge, Self-Deception, and Retaliation: Lessons from The Limey and The Godfather
105. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
William Grundy Cinema as Sacrifice: Borat and the Culture Industry
106. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Ramsey Eric Ramsey, Diane Gruber Do You Have a Light?: The Failures and Special Effects of Godard's Alphaville
107. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Kayley Vernallis Tedium, Aesthetic Form, and Moral Insight in Silverlake Life
108. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Robert Yanal Defining the Moving Image: A Response to Noël Carroll
109. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Thomas E. Wartenberg Teaching Philosophy Through Film Aristotle's Theory of Friendship and The Third Man
110. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
David LaRocca The Limits of Instruction
111. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Heather Battaly, Amy Coplan Is Dr. House Virtuous?: Using House to Teach the Moral and Intellectual Virtues
112. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Daniel Shaw Editor's Introduction
113. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
George Connell Transposing Transgression: Teaching Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling through Danish Film
114. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Peter Murphy Using Gattaca to Teach Genetic Discrimination
115. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
William Pamerleau Film as a Non-Philosophical Resource for Philosophy Instruction
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In this essay I argue that (by and large) film does not do philosophy, but that it nevertheless provides insights that are important to both professional philosophers and their students. Since those insights are at least partially due to the filmic qualities of the medium, using films can significantly contribute to our philosophizing, both in the classroom and in research. In fact, it is precisely because films differ from philosophic treatises that they can help us to explore some issues more effectively than simply byusing traditional texts.
116. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Jessica Gosnell Now Showing: Pedagogy and Philosophy at the Movies
117. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Mark Huston The Conversation, Film, and Philosophy
118. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Sondra Bacharach Resuscitating the Subversive in Unlikely Couples
119. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Noël Carroll Monsters and the Moving Image: Replies to Laetz and Yanal
120. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Aaron Smuts Wings of Desire: Reflections on the Tedium of Immortality